College of Arts and Sciences

Explore stories of students working on mentored projects within the College of Arts and Sciences.

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
One website calls digital humanities a “revolutionary humanities education,” praising those initiated in the sub-culture of digital editing for their “pioneering effort.”
4/20/11
For Xander Covert, becoming the documentarian for Prof. Walt Hakala’s winter trip to India was a bit of a happy accident. His Honors Colloquium TA recommended him to Prof. Hakala as someone who might be interested and could contribute to digital media surrounding the trip. A day after his TA told him about the opportunity, Xander found himself meeting with Walt and agreeing to go on the trip.
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
When Pemba Sherpa and Hemanta Adihikari began UB as freshman, they were already independent 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 jump started a communal journey that has culminated in an amazing project in their senior year.  
4/20/11
Through the project she has developed as part of her experience in the ELN's Sophomore Living Learning Community, Aliaya is well on her way to making a real difference in campus safety. Read more about her project and what it's like to participate in a community like this (spoiler alert—it's a lot of fun)!
4/20/11
Linguistics major Rebecca Dingle has an interest not only in languages but also a passion for media and culture. At UB, she was able to combine these two passions and travel to South Korea to pursue research. 
4/20/11
Todd Glosser knew he wanted to work outdoors, and so Geology seemed like a logical major. But that choice expanded his horizons immensely.