School of Architecture and Planning Magazine

Honor Roll

Nearly every year since 1990, a graduate architecture student has been called upon to step out of the studio and into the pulse of the school, to look up from their drawings and plans to the collective work of their peers. As Fred Wallace Brunkow Fellows, these students assume the highly esteemed role of editor for Intersight, the school’s annual journal of student work.
Each semester the School of Architecture and Planning invites distinguished architects and planners to campus for symposia, seminars and exhibitions. Convening practitioners, scholars, students and the public around the top issues facing our profession today, the program is a vibrant part of the intellectual life of our school that informs public debate, fosters connections across disciplines and bridges the academy and practice.
As chair of the John Eberhard Society, I thank all of you who donated gi s and services of $1,000 or more to the school during the 2015-2016 scal year. The school’s leadership giving society is named a er the school’s founding dean. Gi s fund student scholarships and the entire learning environment.
The School of Architecture and Planning is pleased to welcome three new members to its Dean’s Council, a leadership group of friends and professional partners that supports the school’s efforts to build its global reputation, improve the quality of life in Buffalo and communities worldwide, and advance diversity, equity and inclusion across our student body and our professions.