Remote Projects for Distance Learning

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Work on a project from anywhere this semester to continue building on your experiences and career skills.

Start or Continue a Project

  1. Start a project from the list of featured projects below by emailing the project mentor OR continue a project you've already started.
  2. Work on the project and digital badges from wherever you are at your own pace. 
  3. Ask questions or customize a project by making an appointment with an ELN staff member! Just indicate in your meeting request if you'd like to meet in person or remotely.
Meet Virtually with ELN Staff

Have questions about continuing experiential learning if you're away from campus? Make an appointment with an ELN staff member and we will send you a link to connect virtually.

Remote Projects

The projects below are highlighted because they can be done remotely. Simply reach out to the mentor to get started. 

Has your experiential learning course been disrupted by the recent transition to online teaching? 
Inviting UB students to connect with American Women for International Understanding (AWIU) on mentored projects.
Work with Hope Revival Children's Organization (HRCO) and  Friendly Water for the World to expand access to low-cost, clean water technologies and information about health and sanitation.
Explore and contextualize specific challenges associated with UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through mentored research and virtual engagement with partners and leaders from featured sectors and global geographies.
Assist UB's global partners in finding quality, free or low-cost information and data by becoming information search experts.
Do you have plans to engage in a study abroad course, or have recently returned from an international experience? Or perhaps you are interested in immersing yourself remotely in a new geography or culture. 
Students will work with members of Crowd2Map Tanzania and Hope for Girls and Women Tanzania to improve the map of rural Tanzania so that girls can be better protected from FGM (Female Genital Mutilation).
Share your college experiences and strategies for success as a mentor to students at the Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School.
Support the development of a reusable sanitary pad project started by UB student, Danielle Nerber (2018).
We invite students to develop their soft skills through exploring leaders and industries of interest, and contributing to the development of a digital soft skills catalog.
Through this project, students will learn about the tourism reform initiative and its impact on the economic vitality of Inuyama, Japan.
Calling all emerging scholars. Become a contributor to the most visited information website in the world: Wikipedia.
Students will engage with ongoing and evolving projects in Mara, Tanzania that empower local women through the making and distribution of textiles, reusable sanitary pads, and other handiwork