Here is how our winners are making headlines at UB.


Weeklong seminar includes tours and meetings with entrepreneurs, nonprofit leaders and other change-makers in WNY.


UB's global scholars are vivid examples of the transforming powers of prestigious awards like the Fulbright, Boren or Marshall.


UB’s aspiration to become a “top-producing Fulbright institution” took another significant step forward this month when a record number of undergraduates were chosen as recipients of Fulbright awards.


Presentations by the recipients of the Presidential and Schomburg fellowships spotlights UB's effort to support outstanding grad students.


Phillip Tucciarone, a University at Buffalo chemical and biological engineering student, has won a Marshall Scholarship, one of the most prestigious scholarships awarded annually to U.S. college students.


University at Buffalo student Kristina Blank is a finalist for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship. Each year, between 70 and 75 students receive the $30,000 scholarship, awarded to college juniors pursuing graduate school for public service.


University at Buffalo sophomore Maxwell "Max" Bileschi has won the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education award, given nationally to outstanding undergraduate sophomores and juniors studying mathematics, science or engineering.


The University at Buffalo has produced eight Fulbright student finalists for the 2011-12 academic year and, to date, four have received Full Fulbright Grants for Study and Research cultural exchange grants and one has received a Full Fulbright Teaching Assistantship Grant to study and/or teach in Europe, Africa, South America and Canada.


Three University at Buffalo students have received prestigious Fulbright Fellowships, the most recent class in what has become a UB tradition of multiple winners in the highly competitive, nationally-recognized scholarly competition.


Every year a select few students are awarded the nationally renowned Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. Daniel Salem, a junior chemical engineering major at the University at Buffalo, has now joined that prestigious group.