Program dates: June 3 – June 30, 2023 Application Deadline: Monday, March 20, 2023
A Bridge to Law School
Recognizing that there is a shortage of historically underrepresented students entering the field of law, the School of Law created the Discover Law Program to provide an immersive experience for undergraduates interested in pursuing a career in law, expose students to critical thinking and help them develop reading and analytical skills, and provide an in-depth and thorough experience in a four-week residential summer program.
This award-winning intensive summer program, now in its ninth year, has given dozens of bright young scholars a taste of law school life and opened their imaginations to careers in law. For these promising future lawyers, the experience is already paying off.
Application Instructions: Students must submit a completed application package, which will include: Background information, A personal statement of their interest in the Discover Law Scholars Program, An official transcript, One letter of recommendation (up to 3 letters accepted, only one is required) A resume.
Calling all Campus LaunchPad startup founders for a summer program and funding opportunity! The 2023 Blackstone LaunchPad Fellowship, which offers eight weeks of workshops, networking, and a $5,000 prize to all Fellows who complete the program, just launched their application. The program will run May 18-July 13, allowing you to focus on your startup this summer and fast track your growth through mentorship and accountability. Interested? Deadline: April 2, 2023.
TheCSTEP Summer Research Program (May 30 – July 28, 2023) is an 8.5-week program that provides students with a faculty-mentored research experience in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) majors and/or the licensed professions such as Nursing, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Medicine, Pharmacy, Psychology, Law, and Social Work. We seek talented underrepresented rising sophomores, juniors and continuing seniors whose undergraduate career would be enhanced by conducting research under the guidance of a UB faculty mentor. Our research experience enhances students’ competitiveness when pursuing graduate school or careers.A stipend of $4,200 and tuition will be awarded to participants (totaling $5,500). In addition, participants can also continue during the academic year with more funding from CSTEP.
Research assignments are based on mutual interests of faculty mentors and interns. Interns also participate in a research methods course, Focused Friday seminars to develop soft skills, fieldtrips, and community service. As a capstone, students present their research projects to peers, faculty, and the UB community during the Annual Research Symposium and Undergraduate Research Conference.
Candidates should intend to pursue any licensed profession, such as Nursing, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Medicine, Pharmacy, Psychology, Law, Social WorkOR major in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). An interestin research is required. More information and eligibility can be found here. Students must submit application BEFORE the March 17th deadline.
$4,200 Stipend/Meal Card + Summer Tuition (Interns can also continue with additional funding of at least $2,700 during the academic year until graduation)
Faculty Mentorship with intensive research experience
Research Methods Seminar (3.0 credit hours)
Networking with professionals, faculty, & peers
Graduate school preparation
Development of soft skills via seminars with experts
Enhanced presentation skills via Annual Summer Research Symposium and Undergraduate Research Conference
Here’s what previous research interns have said about their experience:
“The CSTEP Summer Research Program isn’t just a program that provides research opportunities; it gave me access to alumni, scholarships, faculty, friendships, and networking.”– Electrical Engineering Major
“This experience has been amazing because not only was it educational and informative, but it was uplifting and made me feel like the sky is the limit…The internship opened my mind to research and helped me to consider multiple career options.”– Pre-Med/Biological Sciences Major
At least one letter of recommendation must be from a faculty member, staff or supervisor on letterhead. Letters may be submitted at the letter of recommendation page. CSTEP staff is available to offer any assistance with personal statements, resumes and any aspect of the process.
The NSF Career project is looking to recruit Honors College Students for research that includes Hands-on Experiments with Teams of Tiny Ground Robots and Drones!
The project focuses on programming tiny (palm sized) ground-based robots and aerial robots (aka drones), and performing experiments with them in a motion capture facility that tracks each robot individually. We can also use an overhead projector to project virtual maps and environments over which the robots will operate. The goal of this project is to test and validate various multi-robot and robot swarm applications such as area coverage, hazard localization, formation flight and multi-task completion. These algorithms are connected with real-world applications mainly in disaster response (e.g., flood response, finding skiers trapped under avalanche, search and rescue etc.), pollution clean-up and goods/material transportation. These small lab-scale experiments with the tiny robots will serve as a scaled down validation of how effective (aka efficient, fast, reliable) will be such multi-robot solutions in real-world applications. In corollary, we will also study the interactions of these teams of tiny robots with human supervisors that communicate with them through a computer game based interface. This UG research opportunity is part of a larger project funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).
Students with URM background preferred, in order for the student(s) to get a stipend, totaling up to $8K over the year. Students with strong technical background and progress in the project will be also be eligible for a stipend of up to $8K over the year
We are currently accepting applications for the 2023 Welcome Weekend Leader position. Welcome Weekend Leaders welcome and assist new students as they begin their UB journey in August.
Welcome Weekend Leaders have the opportunity to share their unique UB stories with the incoming class and make an impact at the start of their college journey by showing new students that they are supported; they can find others who share their identities, goals, and passions; and they matter and belong.
Begin your semester:
Helping new students transition to UB
Develeoping your leadership skills
Making unforgettable memories
Facilitating new student programs from August 23-28
Are you a student leader or someone with a business, side hustle, or business dreams? UB Blackstone LaunchPad is running a fellowship this semester where students will learn the skills necessary to run and build their own businesses successfully. The fellowship will prepare you to make your business dreams a reality and train you on promoting equity in your community through your business ventures.
*No experience is needed for this. Open to both undergrad and graduate students from all majors.
· Food/snacks will be provided for events
· Looks great on your resume
· Get to build your business connections and connect with potential investors in your business
· Learn the skills necessary to build your own business
· Promote your business/yourself through Blackstone LaunchPad’s
· Potential to win prize money in Pitch for Tomorrow competition
· Explore the city of Buffalo and learn more about the community
43North is an accelerator program that invests $5 million per year to attract and retain high-growth startups in Buffalo, NY.
Portfolio & Selection
The Portfolio Application Intern will play a key role in supporting 43North’s application process leading up to their annual startup competition. This individual will have a hand in recruiting applicants, assisting companies with questions during the application process, and screening applicants for quality and fit.
The Marketing Intern will play a key role in supporting 43North’s marketing team leading up to our annual startup competition in the fall. This individual will support all marketing team members, including assisting with content creation, gathering art assets and images for the creative team, organizing, and serving as an on-the-ground resource for in-person events.
The events intern assists with the planning and execution of events for our current portfolio companies leading up to 43North Finals week. Events include weekly Bagel Tuesdays, quarterly community education events, cultural tours around Buffalo, press events, career fairs, and more.
Do you have a business idea or have already started a business?
No matter how big or successful your business or business idea is, you can help contribute to a more equitable future. The Equity in Entrepreneurship fellowship will not only teach you the skills to create an equitable business, but it will provide you with a well-rounded set of skills to make your business vision a reality.
Apply now to the Equity in Entrepreneurship Fellowship!
Deadline to Apply: February 19 at 11:59 PM
The Equity in Entrepreneurship Fellowship supports University at Buffalo students who seek to be the next generation of business leaders and progress equity in the world around them.
The program fulfills this mission by providing Equity in Entrepreneurship (EIE) fellows with professional development opportunities, resources to help facilitate their entrepreneurial growth and projects to advance equity in their business.
The Equity in Entrepreneurship Fellowship is a 10-week program open to all University at Buffalo students with a passion for entrepreneurship and equity that prepares students to make their entrepreneurial dreams a reality while building skills to promote equity in their communities through their ventures.
Workshops with distinguished professionals and entrepreneurs from underrepresented ethnic minorities.
Visits of several businesses, all on different scales, to give fellows exposure to various business environments and learn about how such businesses contribute to equity.
Networking events for fellows to build their social capital with professionals and community leaders.
Fellows will be highlighted at UB’s biggest pitch competition, Henry A. Panasci Business Plan Competition.
Pitch for Tomorrow competition where fellows will work on building out their vision for their business to contribute to a more equitable future.
Commit 3-5 hours a week to taking part in fellowship events and business project
Attend fellowship sessions, unless you have a need to attend conflict
Be mindful of others’ experiences. As a student, your behavior in this learning environment affects others. We encourage you to arrive on time, pay attention to the speakers and focus on program materials during sessions.
The University at Buffalo (UB) School of Dental Medicine’s (SDM) Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion is pleased to announce the 2023 application cycle for Destination Dental School (DDS) is open! Please share this announcement with your students, advisees and colleagues.
DDS is an eight-week summer pathway program for individuals interested in a career in dentistry. This program prepares students who have been historically underrepresented in the profession to successfully apply and be accepted to dental school. DDS Fellows participate in seven weeks of virtual Saturday meetings, and then visit the UB SDM for a one-week, in-person, intensive training program.
DDS fellows receive Dental Admissions Test (DAT) study resources, reimbursement for one DAT, a waived application fee to UB SDM, and a stipend to cover the costs of travel and lodging for the in-person component.
U.S. citizens, permanent residents or DACA recipients. Canadian citizens may be considered.
Enrolled undergraduate students or post-baccalaureate.
Minimum overall college GPA of 2.5.
Meets eligibility requirements as underrepresented in the field.
The Digital Legal Research Lab is a collaborative and interdisciplinary team of scholars at the University of Nebraska Lincoln’s Department of History and Center for Digital Research in the Humanities working to bring marginalized people’s legal histories to a broader audience using digital tools and critical methodologies.
We offer UCARE opportunities in the summer and academic year to UNL undergraduates and a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) to students outside of UNL.
PROGRAM DURATION June 1, 2023 – August 4, 2023
COMPETITIVE STIPEND $6,000 RELATED FIELDS History, Sociology, Political Science