Student Engagement

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The Student Engagement office works to develop student understanding and appreciation of self, others and community by inspiring students to explore a life of purpose and active citizenship. Through our programs, services and the process of leadership development, students cultivate a personal philosophy to make a positive change within a group, community or global society.

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Learn. Grow. Thrive.

Whether you’re just starting to learn about leadership — or you’re an experienced leader looking for advanced opportunities — we can help. Our office is also a clearinghouse for many experiential learning opportunities, and can help connect you with the right people to help you meet your goals and explore outside learning opportunities.

Student Engagement Staff

  • Phyllis Floro, Director
  • Jude Butch, Associate Director
  • Ashley Bucholtz, Budget and Operations Coordinator
  • Rachel DiDomizio, Community Engagement Coordinator
  • Allison McCarthy, Leadership Development Programming Coordinator
  • Susan O'Rourke, Experiential Learning Coordinator
  • Delaney Douglas, Community Engagement Graduate Assistant
  • Sarah Nordland, Leadership Development Graduate Assistant
  • Shannon Myers, Experiential Learning Graduate Assistant

Contact

Student Engagement

Student Life

University at Buffalo
235 Student Union, North Campus

Buffalo, NY 14260


Phone: (716) 645-6469

Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Featured Programs and Services

11/17/17
If you’re a student interested in exploring new cultures — and learning about different leadership styles around the world — this program is perfect for you.
1/9/18
Gain practical, hands-on experience leading group projects. Meet new people at networking opportunities across campus and throughout Buffalo. Attend leadership conferences and other professional development events.
9/8/16
Learn outside the classroom. Gain confidence. Articulate the skills and experiences that can shape your life and boost your career.
11/17/17
If you’re a student interested in exploring new cultures — and learning about different leadership styles around the world — this program is perfect for you.
NFTA Passes Available

NFTA passes are available for students in need of public transportation assistance for one-time and ongoing service commitments.

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Opportunities

Here, you’ll find ways to develop your leadership skills, serve your community and become more involved throughout your time at UB. You can search by keyword, or use the filters to search by topic or type of opportunity.

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1/9/18
Become an advocate for change. Examine your personal identity. Explore how diversity impacts leadership. At the Intercultural Leadership Retreat, you’ll engage in meaningful conversations about identity, values, beliefs and stereotypes as you develop your personal definitions of community, leadership and diversity.
1/9/18
 This course is highly interactive and uses experiential activities as the context for learning.
1/9/18
Get a deeper understanding of topics related to leadership, service and diversity by attending the LEAD UB Conference one-day conference.
9/8/16
Want to make new friends, gain leadership experience and contribute to the community? Join over 75 clubs, organizations and offices that want you to get involved on campus. Attend the Experience UB Fair to learn how.
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