UB is the proud home of several prestigious award winners like Madelaine Britt, UB's first Truman Scholar. Take a look though our scholars gallery, where we highlight some of UB's other award winners and scholarship applicants.
The UB Presidential Fellowship Program helps to fund outstanding graduate students. To be eligible, a nominee must be a new applicant to a PhD program and must be appointed as a full teaching, graduate or research assistant. Nominees must also meet at least one of the following academic criteria upon admission:
For more information about the Presidential Fellowship, please contact your academic department.
Each school or college has an internal admissions and selection process. Please contact your academic department for more information.
Each fall, the President of the University at Buffalo hosts a reception at his home honoring the Presidential Fellowship recipients. This event allows for networking among current Presidential Fellows, faculty supporters and administrators of UB’s Presidential fellowship program.
Presidential fellows are encouraged to take advantage of one of the many exceptional opportunities for networking and learning that the University at Buffalo has to offer: The Distinguished Speakers series. A reception is hosted for Presidential fellows prior to a lecture from a distinguished speaker, such as Angela Davis.