By providing this latest digital technology, as well as a new visualization laboratory in Hayes Hall and a fully equipped Materials and Methods Shop, the school provides the full range of choices for students to visualize, fabricate and test their ideas that substantially expand their design skills and potential.
The School of Architecture and Planning and the University at Buffalo offer a range of financial support opportunities for students. Resources range from financial aid to scholarships to student employment.
Both programs in architecture and planning offer competitive and nominative scholarships and fellowships to support your academic pursuits. Scholarships and fellowships are awarded on a highly competitive basis.
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Architecture faculty members Stephanie Davidson and Georg
Rafailidis, along with their students, will present work in the
National Council on Education in Ceramic Arts’ 48 annual
conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this spring.
This spring, concerned regional citizens can gain practical
skills to mobilize their ideas into community action by enrolling
in Citizen Planning School, a free resource being offered through a
federally-funded planning initiative.
Jin Young Song, assistant professor of architecture at the
Buffalo School, is a finalist for an Architizer A+ Award for his
design of a dining set that folds up into a compact cube, serving
as a practical and minimalistically designed artifact for modern
Kideney Architects, a long-standing supporter of UB and the
School of Architecture and Planning, has committed $25,000 in
scholarship support to help bring the most qualified aspiring
architects to Buffalo.
Communities looking to broaden access to healthy food and
sustain local farms and food production have a new
resource: www.GrowingFoodConnections.org, a repository of
information on food systems planning.
Dean Robert Shibley will receive the American Institute of
Architects’ prestigious Thomas Jefferson Award for
Public Architecture, honoring his leadership in design advoacy
through more than 40 years of public service as a practitioner,
teacher and scholar. Citing Shibley's planning and design efforts
in Buffalo, the award puts the region in the national
Led by the School of Architecture and Planning, UB students and
professors will build a 1,400-square-foot solar-powered home as
finalists in the U.S. Department of Energy’s elite Solar
Joyce Hwang, whose eco-sculptures provide habitat for bats and
birds and call attention to misunderstood or ignored ecological
conditions, has received a 2014 Emerging Voices award from the
Architectural League of New York, one of the most coveted awards in
Urban planning faculty members Daniel Hess and Hiroaki Hata,
along with professor and department chair Ernest Sternberg,
recently published their collaborative exploration of issues of
urban and suburban vitality through the lens of pedestrian pathways