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Whether you choose to participate in an internship, community engagement project, study abroad, independent research or a host of other opportunities, your experience outside the classroom will sharpen your collaboration and critical thinking skills, enhance your sense of civic engagement, build your self-confidence and better prepare you for the job market following graduation.
Internships provide an opportunity to build skills and gain exposure to potential career options.
These opportunities can be:
- credit-bearing or non-credit-bearing
- paid or unpaid
- located in Buffalo, your hometown, a new city, or abroad
- completed during the semester, summer, or winter intersession
Getting involved with research allows you to collaborate on interesting projects with faculty, peers, and graduate students in your department or on interdisciplinary teams.
- Dating Greenland Ice Sheet Margin Changes (Dr. Jason Briner, Geological Sciences)
- Examining Influence Of Google On U.S. Politics (Dr. Ivan Dylko, Communication)
- Marine Mammal Metagenomics (Dr. Charlotte Lindqvist, Biological Sciences)
- Tracing Ancient Literary History: The Tesserae Project (Dr. Neil Coffee, Classics)
- Experimental Condensed Matter Physics (Dr. John Cerne, Physics)
- The Effects Of Graphic Design On Socioeconomic Status (Renee Ruffino, Art)
- Metal Complex Interactions With DNA And RNA (Dr. Janet R. Morrow, Chemistry)
- Urban Socialism In China In The 1950s (Dr. Kristin Stapleton, History)
- Music And Harmony (Dr. Jonathan Glove, Music)
- Contemporary Forms Of Slavery (Dr. Claude Welch, Political Science)
Contact your academic department or the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (CURCA) to find out about research opportunities and funding.
Study abroad allows you to broaden your worldview, experience other cultures, and globalize your learning.
These opportunities can be:
- Independent or faculty-led
- Short-term or long-term
- Completed during the semester, summer, or winter intersession
Our faculty-led programs include:
- UB Semester in London (Spring Semester)
- Greece: The Art and Archaeology of Greece (Summer)
- Russia: Russian Culture Past and Present (Summer)
- South Africa & Rwanda: Political History & Contemporary Culture (Summer)
- Italy: UB Classics in the Mediterranean (Winter)
- Turkey: Global Cities in the 21st Century (Winter)
- Culture and Performance Appreciation in London (Winter)
- Sociology of Food in London (Winter)
Visit Study Abroad Programs for more information about upcoming opportunities, application deadlines, and scholarships.
Giving back to the community can improve the lives of others as well as foster your own personal and professional development.
Service-learning courses include:
- LIN 496 – The Linguistics department offers a teaching internship, where interns are placed in the Buffalo Public Schools as teacher’s aides or tutors. Venues include Spanish-English bilingual schools, urban elementary schools, and international schools. Interns can also work with Literacy Volunteers or as ESL tutors in the Linguistics department. For more information visit linguistics.buffalo.edu.
- ASI 400 -Throughout this service-learning course you’ll serve as a mentor, tutor middle school students, and support science teachers in classrooms in the Buffalo Public Schools. To learn more about this project visit http://isep.buffalo.edu/.
Explore other service opportunities including alternative break programs available through the Office of Student Engagement.
Check out the links below for recent stories of what students in the College are doing outside of the classroom:
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