Join us for an informative presentation about paying for college. Students will also have the opportunity to meet with their financial aid counselor regarding their financial aid packages.
Register for the date that works best for you:
Come celebrate UB’s new month-long Summer Scholars program!
Summer Scholars and their faculty mentors will showcase their research and celebrate scholarship at the undergraduate level. UB alumnus Adam Pèrez, Ph.D. (’10) will join the Symposium as keynote speaker.
Keynote Speaker: Adam Pérez, Ph.D.
Dr. Pérez obtained his B.Sc. in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry, from the University of Bridgeport in 2010 and then went on to obtain his Ph. D. in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Molecular Biology at The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Pérez is passionate about science outreach and communication and has participated in numerous programs, including the ConnCAP Pre-Engineering program and the NSF GK-12 fellowship. Currently, he is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Louisville working in the Dr. John P. Wise Laboratory of Genetic and Environmental Toxicology. In January 2018, he will be starting a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship at the startup company Photanol B. V. and the Universiteit van Amsterdam.
What is the Summer Scholars Program?
The Summer Scholars Program was launched this year with a team of faculty who are committed to enculturate interested students into the research experience within their discipline of interest. In addition, these Summer Scholars are attending weekly workshops by UB faculty, staff, and community partners, participating in journal clubs to enhance critical thinking and analytic skills, attending Research in Progress (RIP) meetings led by UB biomedical and biobehavioral faculty, and participating in an academic and professional development series on planning a research career, graduate school admissions, and other topics of interest.
School of Arts and Sciences
College of Public and International Affairs
Amanda Petrus, Ph.D.
Stephen Jackowicz, M.Ac.,L.Ac.,Ph.D.
Robert Riggs, Ph.D.
Graduate students and alumni of the UB Health Sciences programs are invited to mix and mingle at this casual get-together! Hear all about what current students are focusing on, and what our alumni have accomplished in their fields.
Register online to reserve your space: http://give.bridgeport.edu/HSMixer2017
Street parking is free after 5:00pm and there is a small lot on the corner of Broad Street and Fairfield Avenue that is open and free after 4:00pm.
Tickets are $25 per person, and free for UB students and children under 18. Visit homecoming.bridgeport.edu for more information and to register.
Your registration includes a free tee-shirt, continental breakfast and a picnic lunch on Saturday, admission to the Alumni Pub Night at Brewport (21+), breakfast at Marina Dining Hall on Sunday, as well as entry into select events throughout the weekend.
Come to campus and celebrate your Purple Knight Pride during Homecoming 2017! #UhavetoBhere!
You are cordially invited to the annual UBCC Benefit Dinner in honor of two of our most dedicated and long-serving faculty members, Dr. Terence Perrault and Dr. Emmett Hughes. Alumni classes from all years are invited, and we especially look forward to celebrating the anniversaries of the following classes:
April & December 1997 Twenty Year Reunion
April & December 2002 Fifteen Year Reunion
May & December 2007 Ten Year Reunion
May & December 2012 Five Year Reunion
Register online at http://give.bridgeport.edu/UBCCDinner2017
Since your graduation day, the College has undergone extensive development. There have been personnel changes, innovations made to classroom technology as well as many facility upgrades throughout campus. To re-acquaint you with UBCC, there will be an alumni celebration during the UB Homecoming & Reunion Weekend on Saturday, October 7, 2017. We hope you will join us to during the day to see first-hand the improvements made to the facilities and spend some time with old and new colleagues and friends.
Visit our state-of-the-art anatomy laboratory, library, Human Performance Lab and our recently renovated UB Health Sciences Center which includes a newly acquired digital CR x-ray unit. Visit with your fellow alumni and renew your connection with UB and the College of Chiropractic. You may want to spend the day by attending the barbecue lunch, followed by viewing the UB Knights men and women’s soccer teams in action. Then join us in the evening for the Benefit Dinner in the elegant DuPont Tower Room in the Arnold Bernhard Center.
To view event sponsorship opportunities, click here.
For more information about Homecoming Weekend, visit homecoming.bridgeport.edu.