Here are our top picks to help you throughout the semester.
Career Communities. We know figuring out what you want to do with your life can be overwhelming. So we’ve created a less stressful way to design what’s next for you. Check out Career Communities.
In Career Design Studio, you’ll find inspiration, resources and tools all together to help you design your life after college. It doesn’t matter where you are in the design process, there’s likely a collection that’s right for you.
Do you find yourself identifying problems on a daily basis that need to be solved? We’re looking for students with innovative ideas for a 3-day Startup Boot Camp. You’ll learn how to take any idea from concept to creation within two days! The best part? It’s free!
This boot camp is designed to put your innovative spirit to test with like-minded students and Buffalo entrepreneurs. Over these 3 days, you will learn from industry professionals, team up with inspiring and hardworking students, and compete and receive feedback from our expert judges.
September 16th – 18th | Open to all Undergraduate & Graduate students from all academic programs, no business experience required and transportation will be provided.
The NCAA postgraduate internship program represents one of the most rewarding and transformational opportunities for individuals seeking to launch their careers within the athletics industry. NCAA leadership development seeks your assistance in ensuring the 2023-24 internship class is composed of talented individuals poised to serve as future leaders within college sports.
The application for the 2023-24 PGIP is now available on NCAA Program Hub and will remain open until Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
With a focus on ethnic minorities, women and former student-athletes, this yearlong program gives insight to the inner workings of college sports from the national perspective. Interns over the past 30 years have gone on to serve as key decision-makers across college athletics at the institutional and conference level.
Positions are available across all functional areas at the NCAA including administrative services, championships and alliances, communications, executive affairs, governance, inclusion, education and community engagement and regulatory affairs.
Application deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 5 p.m. Eastern time.
2023-24 PGIP start date: Tuesday, June 20, 2023.
For more information including job descriptions for each position offered, go here.
To access the application via NCAA Program Hub, go here.
This new course explores dinosaurs as a biological group: their origin, anatomy, life habits, evolution, and extinction. Evaluates revolutionary new ideas on their physiology, behavior, and significance in the history of life. Uses dinosaurs to exemplify important evolutionary phenomena, how scientists gather new knowledge, and how that knowledge is filtered to the public via academic and popular culture routes.
This course focuses on the physical, chemical and biological effects war has on the environment. This includes preparation for war including the Cold War. Topics will include ancient, historical and contemporary case studies and will span the globe. Examples include the American conflict in Vietnam, munitions pollution, and Hannibal’s crossing of the Alps. Prerequisites: None
Lecture topics will include:Ancient GreeksThe CrusadesAncient Viet NamWhalingConquistadores in the Spanish BorderlandsSouth Pacific Islands
Thematic Pathways Communities, Populations and Spaces (List 3, Civilization and History)Environments, Technologies and Policy (List 3, Civilization and History)
“I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.”
This Great Lakes Ecology class will focus on all five of the Laurentian Great Lakes and their drainage basins. Students will learn how they interact as one system, as well as the uniqueness of each lake as separate ecosystems. Effects of eutrophication, pollution, and invasive species will be discussed. Common lake processes, including lake turnover, ice-off, and primary production will be explained. Prerequisites: None
Lecture topics will include:HistoryGeologyEutrophicationBiogeochemical cycling
Curious about the course?
Ever wonder……How climate change is affecting the Great Lakes? …How the Great Lakes were formed? …Why there are marine fossils found around the Great Lakes? …If Lake Erie really caught on fire?
No Visible Life. Some river! Chocolate-brown, oily, bubbling with subsurface gases, it oozes rather than flows. “Anyone who falls into the Cuyahoga does not drown,” Cleveland’s citizens joke grimly. “He decays.” The Federal Water Pollution Control Administration dryly notes: “The lower Cuyahoga has no visible life, not even low forms such as leeches and sludge worms that usually thrive on wastes.” ― TIME magazine, Aug 1, 1969
As in the past several years, the Office of Research, Innovation and Economic Development is sponsoring a three part webinar series that I will be conducting, to prepare rising junior and senior undergraduates as well as first-and second-year graduate students in STEM fields to apply to NSF’s prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP).