education

Undergraduate

Undergraduate study in fields related to ecosystem restoration is available through the following University at Buffalo (UB) majors:

UB's Discovery Seminar Program offers a small class experience for students, providing them with the opportunity to engage with a distinguished faculty member in a congenial, academic setting. Seminars focus on current disciplinary or interdisciplinary topics in the faculty member's field. This program seeks to introduce students to the exciting intellectual atmosphere of UB, helping them to explore areas of interest and broaden their academic horizons. Click here for more information on UE141: Ecosystem Restoration in the Lower Great Lakes, a discovery seminar taught by ERIE faculty Dr. Alan Rabideau.

The Biology Department at Buffalo State College recently received an award to prepare minority students for success in graduate programs related to Aquatic Biology and Watershed Ecology. Interested undergraduates should visit http://www.buffalostate.edu/biology/urm.xml.

The Geography and Planning Department at Buffalo State College is offering an Undergraduate Research Experience to Assess Sustainable Sanitation and Drinking Water Quality in Developing Countries funded by the National Science Foundation. Interested undergraduates should visit http://geographyplanning.buffalostate.edu/nsf_grant.htm (you might need to scroll sideways to see the page).

ERIE partner Niagara University offers a concentration in Environmental Studies through its Biology Department

Click here to view a listing of undergraduate opportunities for research and funding at and beyond UB, as compiled by UB’s Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate.

research

training

outreach