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Current Events


February 17, 2016

featuring: Ron Henderson, L + A Landscape Architecture and IIT & Paula Meijerink, w-a-n-t-e-d and OSU


This semester the Buffalo School welcomes an exciting lineup of practitioners and scholars in architecture, planning and the design professions. View the full schedule now. 




January 13-14, 2016

Make plans now to meet with UB alumni this January 13 and 14 to tour four top architecture firms in NYC and learn more about internship and employment opportunities.


Nov. 20, 2015

Dr. Suresh Rohilla of India's Center for Science and Environment will discuss water and wastewater management strategies across India that present both challenges and opportunities for urban planners and designers.  


Nov. 19, 2015 

Learn more about and meet professionals and key contacts in Western New York's Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, and Refrigeration industry.


Nov. 18, 2015

Join us for our final event of our fall 2015 public programs as we host a book launch and exhibition of recent works by faculty of the Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning.  


Nov. 11, 2015

An ArchiteXX event featuring Jenifer Kaminsky of PUSH Buffalo and the Buffalo School's Martha Bohm, lead faculty advisor for UB's GRoW Home entry in the 2015 Solar Decathlon.  


Nov. 10, 2015

Civil rights movement leader and food justice advocate Shirley Sherrod will be the keynote speaker for an event happening Tuesday on Buffalo’s East Side to engage the community in a conversation about food justice.


November 9, 2015

In "The Visuality of Space and the Space of Vision," Martino Stierli, chief curator of architecture and design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, explores the famous photomontages of Modernist pioneer Mies van der Rohe.


October 26 - 30, 2015

Join us for two public events as noted urbanist Todd Swanstrom addresses the socioeconoimc and place-based inequalities behind racial tensions across urban America. 

Past Events