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12/17/18
UB urban planning professor and chair Daniel B. Hess is among a growing core of scholars at work on new research on a growing national issue: parking.
12/14/18
The Architectural Ceramic Assemblies Workshop convenes designers and engineers with faculty and students in Buffalo every year to explore the use of terra cotta in high-performance facade design.
12/3/18

The CannonDesign team chosen to lead design for UB's One World Café brings expertise in transformative renovation and culinary-focused design.

11/20/18
The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning set an attendance record for its national conference when more than 1,200 urban planning scholars descended on Buffalo last month for ACSP 2018. 
11/16/18
Christopher Romano, research assistant professor of architecture, has won two design awards from the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects for his design of a façade project that gives new light to Buffalo’s East Side.
11/15/18

A dozen UB architecture students worked with two avant-garde theater companies to build installations that will be incorporated into two limited-run theatrical performances being staged in Buffalo.

11/13/18
 A new report developed by UB urban planning students offers strategies for how Chautauqua County in New York can harness the food system for economic development and health.
11/12/18
Community leaders and national urban planning scholars who came together last month for a special long-range planning session proposed a long list of "big ideas" for the region to consider as it looks ahead to the next 50 years.  
11/9/18
UB real estate development and urban planning students are exploring the effects of market and technology innovations on the built environment, thanks to support from a Buffalo-based real estate private equity firm.
11/7/18
A 10-year partnership between the University at Buffalo and Carnegie Mellon University to advance physical access and public transportation for people with disabilities has been extended for another five years.