ELN Stories

Student Spotlights

4/20/11
“If the extent of your involvement in school is going to be showing up to class and then going home, you might as well not bother. Getting involved outside of class is the best thing I’ve done.”
4/20/11
A senior from Brazil majoring in Public Health and Nutrition, Maria Lantyer is continuing to expand her worldview. 
4/20/11
When Pemba Sherpa and Hemanta Adihikari began UB as freshman, they were already indepedent and ambitious students. But when they met, through the Educational Opportunity Program at UB, their surprise and joy at finding another person from their home country of Nepal jumpstarted a communal journey that has culminated in an amazing project in their senior year.  
4/20/11
As a computer science major, Henry Dacres was used to introversion and independence.
4/20/11
One day, Marie Meltzer went on to UB's website to look up study abroad opportunities; she didn't know that her choice would be life-changing.
4/20/11
Elizabeth Roth, a sophomore who happens to be part of our living-learning community, has come full circle with utilizing the ELN to find the perfect opportunities for her goals and interests.
4/20/11
Ever wonder how much energy buildings on campus use every year, or where that energy comes from? Curious to know which building uses the most energy? Well a group of students from the ELN’s Sophomore Living Learning Community are about to launch an app that will tell you just that.
4/20/11
Using her own experiences, teamwork, and a network of professionals, Tingyu Zheng and her team are on their way to reducing food waste as part of their project for the ELN Sophomore Living Learning Community.
4/20/11
Two aspiring computer engineers, sophomores Daniel Delannes-Molka and Shanelle Ileto, are taking advantage of campus resources to get ahead in their field. By building a laptop computer from scratch, the two have learned to problem-solve and connect with faculty outside the classroom, enriching their learning and building skills that will be invaluable in their careers.
10/9/17
Creating outside opportunities. Telling people’s stories. Creating awareness.

Faculty Spotlights