School of Architecture and Planning Among the Most Decorated Units at UB in 2013-14 Sampling of National Awards

Published October 17, 2014

University at Buffalo faculty earned 72 awards of national significance during the 2013-2014 academic year, a distinction of scholarly and creative excellence highlighted last week at UB’s annual Celebration of Academic Excellence.

The School of Architecture and Planning was among the most decorated units at the university in this snapshot of national awards. Collectively, School of Architecture and Planning faculty had 11 of these 72 awards, more than any other academic unit in the university. 

The “Sampling of National Awards and Recognitions” compiled by UB’s Office of the Provost includes fellowships and scholarly, educational and professional honors of national significance.

Congratulations go out to:

Notably, several other faculty members both within the School of Architecture and Planning and across the university have received significant recognitions not represented in this compilation.

Also, in just the past few months, the School of Architecture and Planning has earned additional national-level awards. Edward A. Steinfeld, ArchD, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Architecture, received the 2014 Architectural Research Centers Consortium award for Distinguished Architecture Research. Also, the International Economic Development Council has just recognized Western New York’s new economic development plan, on which the UB Regional Institute has played a lead role in partnership with the WNY Regional Economic Development Council, with an Excellence in Economic Development Silver Award.