Destination Discovery: Major and Career Exploration
EPAC and Career Design Center
Thursday, October 19th
Student Union- Second Floor
Interested in exploring Majors at UB? Or connecting with UB Alumni to learn more about what you can do with your major? Come mingle through our career connection stations and talk to all the UB advising units regarding your major of choice. The event will start at 4:00pm with a welcome in the SU Theater.
Please register using the following link. Open to all UB students.
The Prudential Insurance Company of America are currently seeking a part-time (approx.. 10-15 hrs /wk initially) Marketing Assistant for their Financial Advisor practices. They are flexible on the number of hours each week and the schedule upon which those hours are worked within reason. Some of the main job tasks will include record keeping, maintaining and organizing of paper and virtual client files, completing and tracking client service related requests. They are not looking to fill this as a temporary position and are looking for someone with long-term interest. If interested please provide a resume and a brief statement of interest to the emails listed below. bryan.weinstein@prudential and Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are now accepting applications to become an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UTA) in CSE115 and CSE116 for the 2023-24 academic year. The UTA position is a paid hourly position. Each semester of being a UTA, you will also earn 1 credit for CSE495 Supervised Teaching,
As a UTA, your responsibilities may include activities like:
* Teaching labs and recitations;
* Running review sessions;
* Holding office hours;
* Answering questions posted to Piazza;
* Proctoring exams; and
* Attending weekly staff meetings.
Students will be hired into the CSE115/CSE116 UTA pool and may be asked to assist in either course. While UTAs are assigned to 1 course each
term, they may change the course they assist between terms.
There are a few standards to apply. To be eligible for this position, you must be:
* in good academic standing at the University and within department
* complete CSE116 by the start of Fall 2023; and
* plan on enrolling as an undergraduate at UB for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Please note that there is no minimum grade required nor do you have to have a minimum number of credits. For many of the students we hire,
being a CSE115/116 UTA is their first experience as a TA or tutor; past experience is welcome, but not required.
If this sounds fun, interesting, and rewarding, please complete this application form before the April 21th deadline. After reviewing all of the applications, some candidates will be invited to schedule and give a short demonstration of their teaching for an audience of current instructors and UTAs. Those demonstrations will be held during finals week with offers made in the following week.
If you have any questions, or need any additional information, please email
Do you want to be more involved with the Honors College? Do you want to be featured on the Honors College Instagram? Upload photos to our NEW Honors College Photo Library! We want to see all the amazing things our Honors Scholars are up to!
Overview of School of Management: The mission of the University at Buffalo School of Management is to discover and deepen our understanding of management concepts and applications that drive effective organizations and use them to produce principled and insightful leaders who create positive change in the world. Our goal is to define the future of management, forge highly capable, engaged and ethical leaders, make a positive impact on business and society, and create a School of Management with world-class capabilities.
The School of Management is a vibrant and inclusive community of big thinkers and big doers, who are leading business into the future. We work together to question and upend theories, lifting each other up and driving change. At the School of Management, ambition is a virtue, tenacity is a given, and discovery happens everywhere, from the classroom to the boardroom.
Overview of Department: The Student Services team supports all in-residence graduate students pursuing their MBA, MS or PhD in the School of Management and we take pride in the services and events we provide to our students. We are here to guide students as they become the best versions of themselves and offer support every step of the way. The Students Services Student Assistant will play an integral role in new graduate student orientation for the School of Management.
Our goal is to provide:
A consistent high level of service for students through advisement, student services and programming.
Meaningful opportunities to interact with other graduate students, staff, faculty and alumni.
A diverse and distinctive student experience by providing a safe, accessible, and inviting student-focused environment, services and programs that enhance the student experience.
Student-centered programming and execution for orientation. Student Assistant Responsibilities: MS, MBA and PhD Orientation: The student assistant will primarily assist the Student Services team with event planning and support for incoming student orientation. The student assistant may also assist with preparation for the academic year as time permits. • Assist with the planning and execution of all aspects of orientation across graduate programs. • Track international student arrivals through weekly ISS reports. • Pull confirmed lists and keep advisors informed of newly deposited students. • Create surveys in SurveyMonkey to track deliverables. • Assist Student Services team with creating and managing agendas. • Secure rooms, visit venues, plan menus, manage registration and email communication, book presenters, coordinate speaker needs, reserve tables, prepare gifts, prepare signs and name tags, print materials, secure photographer and coordinate technology needs • On-site support including set-up and managing registration tables, clean-up, assisting with team building activities, check-in bags and other event materials. • Must be available on-site for the entire orientation program which occurs mid to end-August. • Other duties as assigned.
Desired Skills and Competencies: • Excellent interpersonal communication and listening skills • Strong written communication skills
Ability to work well independently
• Customer-service oriented
• Excellent organization and time management skills
• Ability to work well in a fast-paced environment
• Flexible and adaptable
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, MailChimp and SurveyMonkey
• Creative, ability to develop promotional materials that align with University branding
• Experience in or related to event planning and support
Start Date: This student assistant position will work with us over the summer starting in May on an hourly appointment until the end of August. Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm Occasional evening weekend hours may be required for events.
GPO Student Assistant Pay: Average Summer Hours: 10-20 hours per week Summer Pay Rate: $15 an hour for 12 weeks
Interested candidates should email a copy of their resume and cover letter to: Jennifer Vozzo Assistant Director of Student Services School of Management, Graduate Programs Office email@example.com
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