School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Explore stories of students working on mentored projects within the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

4/20/11
A team in our very own sophomore living learning community is planning a project that will help a local organization celebrate and communicate their amazing impact on the Buffalo community. Kateryna (Kat) Semenova (computer science and cognitive science, left), Emmalee Sherman (intended nursing, middle) and Abby Grabowski (biomedical engineering, right) were all looking for ways to make a difference and gravitated towards Grassroots Gardens and its mission.
4/20/11
Environmental Engineering major Charlotte Kuhl always knew she wanted to try research. But when she finally worked up the courage to ask her professor, Dr. Ian Bradley, if there were any opportunities in his lab, even she had no idea just how far her research could take her.
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.
4/20/11
As a computer science major, Henry Dacres was used to introversion and independence.
4/20/11
Kyle Hunt, an Industrial and Systems Engineering major, began to look for research opportunities when he was a sophomore. Using ELN's Project Portal, Kyle found an opportunity to work in Professor Jun Zhuang's Decision, Risk, and Data Lab on campus.