Are you fluent in Burmese and/or Arakanese and interested in working on a transformational project with a committed group of interdisciplinary researchers? Join us as we document the impact of the West Side Bazaar on the local food system.
The Community Service Project is designed to provide students with opportunities to meet the essential needs of an approved charitable or community service organization, applying interpersonal, organizational, or mediated communication skills while tying service and learning together
CIE 324 introduces students to analysis and design of complex structural systems: the art of using the principles of statics and mechanics to calculate the design axial and shear forces and moments and then determine the size and arrangement of structural elements under prescribed loads.
We are here to change the status quo in our community by first understanding what prevents our people from sharing their talent, then helping them leverage opportunities and support their journey until they can stand on their own.
Help us create a nutrition and carb counting guidebook for Uganda and other African populations that will increase the Arican Diabetes Alliance's impact exponentially and be a stepping stone to improving people's health, quality of life and productivity.
Explore the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through engaging with an NGO partner and its community projects. Leverage these experiences to create open educational resource (OER) content that can be used by other students, faculty and anyone interested in deepening their understanding of the SDGs and innovations that are generating impact.
Music is a universal language that can heal individuals and unite communities. Join recording artist, Benjamin Spartos, in addressing mental health issues in Uganda through music, art, and community building.
Contribute to social entrepreneurship and women's empowerment projects developed in collaboration with UB students. Read about the first 10 years of partnering with Mara Tanzania in "On Tanzania Time."
There is no doubt that we need a new society where every child has access to education, and health becomes a right indeed for everyone; a world where disability, socio-economic background, gender or race is not a factor to becoming successful in life. Help us empower the change makers in order to be able to steward change effectively.