Candidates can apply for direct admission to the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, or to departments within the school. Students from secondary schools (high schools) must have completed mathematics through trigonometry, and should have completed biology, chemistry, physics and other higher-level courses. High school grades, class standing, Regents exam scores, and either Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Testing (ACT) scores are considered in the admission process.
For detailed information about freshman and transfer admission, go to the University's undergraduate admission web site.
Note for transfer students: students must satisfy a residency requirement that stipulates that a maximum of four courses from another school may be used as substitutes for required (14 total) and elective (2 total) CE courses. CBE places no limits (beyond those already imposed by the University) on the number of BIO, CHE, MTH, PHY, EAS, general technical electives, and general education courses that are applied to the B.S. degree requirements.
Dr. Swihart will receive the 2013 Jacob F. Schoellkopf Medal, from the WNY section of the American Chemical Society for his fundamental discoveries in the field of nanoparticle synthesis and processing.
Molecular engineering of novel membrane materials for gas and vapor separations, such as CO2 capture from power plant syngas and flue gas, natural gas purifications, olefin/paraffin separations, and so on.
David Kofke and Andrew Schultz awarded for development of the etomica modules, a community-developed suite of interactive simulations helping students understand molecular origins of macroscopic behaviors. >>
Computational simulation of template-assisted self-assembly of magnetic core-shell nanoparticles into a tapered hexagonal closed-packed multilayed structure compared with corresponding image taken from the literature.