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Media Mentions

Our faculty are frequently called upon to inform critical issues facing the world today. See the latest faculty and school mentions in the press.

5/31/13

A graduate of the School of Architecture and Planning's urban and regional planning program recently helped to receive a 2013 National Planning Excellence Award for Philadelphia’s Integrated Planning and Zoning Process at the American Planning Association Conference in Chicago.

4/29/13

Social entrepreneur and MUP grad Darren Cotton joins four other enterprising UB students in sharing their experience in starting a business or social enterprise.

4/24/13

The School of Architecture and Planning partnered with UB's Confucius Institute in convening internationally renowned scholars in urban planning, political science and geography to consider the complex bureaucratic, political and economic forces shaping urbanization in China.

2/4/13

The Jerome L. Kaufman fellowship honors the intellectual legacy of Jerome L. Kaufman, FAICP, widely regarded as the “father of food systems planning.”

2/4/13

School's UB Regional Institute helps launch One Region Forward to build regional vision and plan for sustainable development in the Buffalo Niagara region

1/28/13

Graduate students in the Master of Urban Planning program recently developed a conversation district plan for Buffalo's Fruit Belt neighborhood.

12/10/12

Alum Continues to Build Up University Heights Tool Library After Laying Foundation as a Student in the MUP Program

12/10/12

The Larkin District was one of seven projects across the U.S. recognized by the Environmental Proection Agency for its "Smart Growth Achievement."

10/15/12

The UB Regional Institute and 20 other U.S. and Canadian universities and institutions will join forces to propose a set of long-term research and policy priorities to help protect and restore the Great Lakes and train the next generation of scientists, attorneys, planners and policy specialists who will study them.

6/11/12

Recent MUP grad is one of 18 fellows selected, will receive four months of intensive initial training beginning, followed by two years of ongoing advanced training and professional organizer development.


6/4/12

The School of Architecture and Planning has announced that it will launch a new doctoral program in urban and regional planning.

5/17/12

Daniel Hess, associate professor of urban and regional planning, is among the seven faculty members, three librarians and six staff members to receive 2012 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence.