Register for SUNY’s NRSA Application Development Webinar The next NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) deadline is August 8, 2022. Receiving this nationally prominent award to support biomedical research is an excellent addition to your resume, regardless of what direction your career takes you.
To assist you, SUNY has created a NRSA award slide deck and training video developed and presented by Dr. Miguel Garcia-Diaz, Director of the Training Program in Pharmacological Sciences and Associate Dean in the Graduate School at Stony Brook University.
Please register to watch the training video as a group or to participate in live Q&A webinar session on June 22, 2022 from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm. You can watch the training video at any time and join us for the Q&A portion around 1:40 pm.This is an opportunity to ask questions, receive guidance on the application components and discuss any previous reviews you have received.
Taking summer classes? Drop-in Tutoring in TASS: Monday & Tuesday 2pm-4pm (ends July 1) CHE 107, PHY 107,108 MTH 121, 141 Wednesdays 1pm-4pm (ends Aug. 19) CHE101, 102, 203, 204, BIO201, ULC148 Tutoring by appointment: Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Nutrition, Music, and Spanish Use the Navigate app or our website to make an appointment. Tutoring & Academic Support Services (TASS) 130 CapenHall firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.buffalo.edu/studentsuccess/tutoring.html
Use your summer with a purpose – participate in UB’s Launch Summer Accelerator
8-week program that complements any summer job or internship: June 10th through July 29th
Looking to turn your idea or passion into a business? Curious about entrepreneurship and want to join with other students interested in creating their very own venture? Already have a startup or product but are trying to achieve that next step?
UB Blackstone LaunchPad is hosting a Summer Accelerator Program where you can spend eight weeks ideating, creating and competing for up to $5,000 in prizes!
This virtual experience will connect you to LaunchPad national resources, mentorship, industry leaders, workshops and more! Founders will also have access to networking sessions and weekly discussions.
Meet once weekly for 8-weeks from June 10th through July 29th, Fridays from 1-3:00 pm ET over Zoom. A great compliment to any summer job or internship.
*ATTENTION RISING SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, AND SENIORS*
We need your help! We have almost 250 incoming Honors Scholars who have requested an Honors College peer mentor.
If you are interested in serving as a Peer Mentor in the Honors Connections Program during the 2022-2023 academic year, please fill out our brief onlineapplication:https://forms.gle/AXGNRPwn9S2kNUudAby Friday, June 10th.
The Honors College Peer Mentor Program is designed to help first-year Honors students adjust to life at UB and to the Honors College experience. Our intent is that through this program, our incoming students feel welcome at UB and excited to be a part of the Honors College community.
As an Honors Connections Program Mentor you will be expected to:
Attend a brief virtual mentor orientation this summer (details to follow)
Reach out to your mentee(s) prior to the start of the fall semester to welcome them to UB/Honors
Meet with your mentee(s) once during the first two weeks of classes via zoom or in-person (each mentor may have 1-3 mentees)
Encourage participation in Honors College and campus-wide activities
Help answer general questions or concerns your mentee(s) may have
In general, we hope that each mentor will help make the transition to college a little easier for our new Honors College Scholars.
If selected, Honors Peer Mentors will be required to submit a short profile of themselves to be shared with their peer mentee, including a photo.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email email@example.com and we will reply as soon as we are able.
Have you thought about seeking some research experience in the coming academic year? Do you like working with children? Are you interested in child development, psychology, nutrition, and/or health?
The Child Health and Behavior Lab (HABLAB) at the University of Buffalo is looking for undergraduate students to assist with research studies during Fall 2022. These research experiences would be under the leadership of Dr. Stephanie Anzman-Frasca, who conducts laboratory- and community-based studies in the area of children’s eating behavior and obesity prevention. More information about Dr. Anzman-Frasca’s work is available here: https://medicine.buffalo.edu/faculty/profile.html?ubit=safrasca, and more information about HABLAB is available at http://ubhablab.weebly.com. You can also find HABLAB on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) @ubhablab.
Responsibilities of student research assistants include: assisting with materials preparation, entering data, and helping staff in the implementation of the study design. It is anticipated that students will have the opportunity to work directly with study participants, including parents and children, in laboratory and/or community studies. Our main research study at this time is the UB Restaurant Study, which will involve data collection with children and families in local restaurants this Fall. All incoming research assistants must be able to commit to at least 135 hours of research over the semester (equates to about 10 hours per week), with preference given to students who can commit to at least two semesters. Students may be asked to commit to evenings or weekends to work with participants. For students who spend multiple semesters on the team, independent research projects, conference presentations, and/or thesis projects may be possible.
You don’t need to have prior research experience or be an upperclassman to apply! Interested students can apply by submitting an application and a resumeto firstname.lastname@example.org, using “HABLAB student research assistant application Fall 2022” as the subject of the email. Applications may be downloaded at http://ubhablab.weebly.com/students. We are currently filling positions for Fall on a rolling basis.
Each year the University at Buffalo is invited to nominate one student for the SUNY ACT for Excellence and Student Initiative Scholarship awarded by the Association of Council Members and College Trustees Scholarship. This award recognizes students for excellence in their academic performance and extraordinary commitment to their campus and/or community. The scholarship amount is $1,000 with an additional $250 given in the student’s name to the charity of their choice.
Applicants must: Have a GPA of 3.6 or higher. Be an undergraduate student. Have helped to identify a need on the campus or in the community and worked to provide a service or solution to address that need.
This award requires university nomination and cannot be applied to directly. Students must apply through the Office of Fellowships and Scholarships.
Are you passionate about public service? Did you just complete sophomore year? Then you need to check out this award!
Michelle and Barack Obama partnered with Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky to create The Voyager Scholarship. This award is for students who intend careers in public service—government, non-profit, community organizing, social work, entrepreneurship, the arts and more.
Winners receive: Up to $50,000 ($25,000 per year for their final two years) in financial aid. A $10,000 summer stipend and free Airbnb housing to go on a summer work-travel between junior and senior year. A 10-year travel stipend. Airbnb will give students $2,000 in travel credits every year for 10 years, totaling $20,000. Invitation to annual fall summit. Access to a network of like-minded leaders and public servants.
Applicants must: Be enrolled full-time for their junior year of study during Fall 2022. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Have a demonstrated commitment to public service. Plan to pursue a career in public service upon graduation. A U.S. citizen or permanent resident or a DACA recipient.
The Honors College is both saddened and outraged by the mass shooting at the Tops Market on Saturday. While an attack on any in our community is an attack on us all, we recognize that the specific targeting of the Black community makes this event particularly traumatic for our students and neighbors of color.
We encourage all students who have been affected to utilize the many resources UB offers, including UB’s Counseling Services. Please reach out to us if you would like guidance on these resources.
The Honors College is an intellectual community dedicated to producing engaged leaders who will make the world a better place. The hateful and racist ideology embraced by the shooter is antithetical to all that we stand for and believe in. As President Tripathi stated, it is our obligation to combat hate. So, as we begin to heal, let us also reflect on how we can contribute to making this a more just world, where we all can pursue our lives in safety and free from fear.
Statements of principles are only a first step. We believe that we have an important role to play in the work that needs to be done as we strive toward a more equitable and anti-racist society.
The EOP department is in the process of hiring Academic Tutor’s for the upcoming Summer, Fall and Spring semesters. Applicants who select to tutor during the summer will participate as a part of the EOP Summer Bridge Program .
The Summer Tutor position is responsible for providing tutoring support in the areas of Math or Sociology. EOP Summer Bridge Tutors provide academic support and create an open atmosphere of learning for all EOP students. Tutors will serve as a resource and role model to EOP students while providing academic assistance over the course of 5 weeks. The first three weeks will be in-person, tutors will be required to be on campus during this time. The last two weeks will be virtual. The summer program will take place on July 3-August 6 2022.
Are you interested in educational equity, economic justice, and global human rights? Do you want to learn key policy and leadership skills to help make a difference in communities, schools, and multiple levels of governance? Do you maybe want to earn a UB minor in this content? If so, then ELP 200 is for you. This course introduces undergraduate students to what leading critical politics and policy scholars have to say about K-12 educational equity concerns, policies, and leadership practice. Students also will explore how their identity and views of leadership matter to developing policy and building inclusive social environments – in this case, school environments. Course material largely pulls from the discipline of education, but the course also introduces students to engaging in interdisciplinary scholarship. Course activities and assignments provide students with opportunities to develop critical sense-making about policy and leadership in a way that empowers them to become advocates on global, national, and local issues.