Poster Showcase Celebrates Student Academic Excellence

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The Celebration of Student Academic Excellence showcases poster presentations from students who have participated in mentored research, scholarship and community projects. Explore the digital poster gallery to discover the exemplary work of undergraduate, graduate and professional students and celebrate their achievements. 

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4/29/20
Brenna Reilly, Siera Rogers, Joshua Fraass and Joseph Quinn
4/29/20
My name is Conor Jackson, and I am a second semester senior here at UB with an intended Biomedical Sciences B.S., Psychology B.A., and a Neuroscience minor. Concerning my career goals, it has been my objective for as long as I can remember (that being second grade!) to be some sort of a doctor, although I was never quite sure exactly which kind of a doctor I wanted to be. It wasn't until the first couple of semesters here at UB that I realized I absolutely loved everything that had to do with the Nervous System-particularly, the brain and how neurons and circuits worked. It was due to this newfound interest that I adopted the Neuroscience minor and Psychology B.A., as I wanted to pursue this interest as far as I could at UB. This led me to adopting my ultimate goal of becoming a Neurosurgeon! My current plans involve taking a gap year to further delve into physician shadowing and clinical experience in the hopes of getting accepted into medical school for Fall 2021 admission. Academically, these interests have led me to pursue research in the field of Neuroscience, as I served as an RA for a year at Buffalo General Hospital conducting research on patients with Multiple Sclerosis. This work was nothing but extremely rewarding for me, and further solidified why I want to pursue the career goals that I chose. I also have participated on several medical service trips to Nicaragua, Panama, and this upcoming semester to Ghana. These experiences have been rewarding beyond belief- seeing the expressions of gratitude and thankfulness on the faces of individuals who might never before have received medical care does wonders to assure you that you are indeed making a difference in the world and in the lives of others.
5/4/20
I am 4th-year undergraduate student, majoring in Computer Science at the University at Buffalo. With this e-portfolio, I hope you could have an opportunity to get to know more about me!
4/29/20
To complete my UB Curriculum and reflect on my college experience over the past four years, I have created an ePortfolio for the UB Capstone course. This ePortfolio was completed over the course of 7 weeks using Digication and contains a variety of responses to weekly writing prompts. The collection of my responses consists of reflections on my UB courses along with various digital artifacts from these courses. Each page of my ePortfolio contains memorable experiences and lessons that I have learned throughout my time at UB. This class has allowed me to reflect on my college career and recognize my personal and academic growth. This digital documentation of my experience has made me proud of myself and all of the work that I have invested into my education. I am honored to be recognized for the hard work and dedication that I have put into this project. I hope you enjoy my work!
4/29/20
View the full ePortfolio to explore the work and accomplishments from Megan's undergraduate career at UB.
4/29/20
I'm Michael Janak and I am currently a Senior Chemical Engineering student at the University at Buffalo. As my senior year draws to a close, I am hoping to find employment in the Buffalo or Rochester area in the area of safety consulting with respect to chemical engineering processes. Somewhere down the road, I hope to obtain a green-belt certification in SixSigma and perhaps take the P.E. Exam. As I reflect upon my time here at UB, I can confidently say that each semester has made me a more well-rounded individual and has renewed my focus on personal and academic achievement. I hope that my final semester will be no different.
4/30/20
You start life with the genes of your parents, but what truly completes you is your life experiences.
5/4/20
Dmitrii Kapitonov, Richard Samoilenko and Aidel Alshuaibee, Gregory Kaminski
4/29/20
My name is Savannah Sigmon and I am a Senior B.F.A. Dance Major and Business Minor. I am from North Carolina and found UB through my dance studio by going to a summer dance program here ever since I was 13! I started dancing at the age of 4 and it quickly became more than just an after school activity. I went on to dance competitively and win several awards, including Miss Dance of North Carolina, which led me to continue to pursue my dreams and study dance in college.
Award Winners

Learn more about the students who were recognized with UB and SUNY awards as well as national fellowships and scholarships.