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Madelaine Britt, whose family roots fueled a fierce commitment to urban revitalization activism, became the University at Buffalo’s first Harry S. Truman Scholar today, an honor UB officials say is the country’s most prestigious academic honor available to undergraduates.
The Louis P. Ciminelli Family Foundation has given $1 million to the School of Architecture and Planning to help build a brighter future for the school and its host communities.
Extreme weather events related to climate change are on the rise, putting our buildings - and, in turn, human life and our economy - at risk. 

A highly hands-on course in real estate entrepreneurship taught by Buffalo developer Nick Sinatra offers window into new course of study at UB. 


Architecture faculty member Mark Shepard considers one 'big idea' he'd like to implement as part of a series published in the latest issue of UB's At Buffalo magazine.


A pair of projects designed by University at Buffalo architecture professors both received jury honors in an international awards competition that “honors the best of architecture worldwide.”


Ghalia Ajouz and her classmates don’t see an abandoned silk mill on Buffalo’s East Side. They envision a rehabilitated building that serves as a vibrant temporary housing community for refugees who’ve been relocated to Buffalo.


The One Region Forward plan for sustainable development of the Buffalo Niagara region has been recognized by the American Planning Association.


Shibley is recognized for his planning leadership and community service over the past four decades, and for his role in advancing, championing and quietly leading the revitalization of Buffalo and Western New York.


Help Two Faculty Projects Win Architizer A+ Popular Choice Awards | Voting ends April 1