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The central hub for news on the activities and accomplishments of our faculty, students and alumni.

2/25/19
Six recent graduates of the School of Architecture and Planning, all rising stars in their fields, convened in Buffalo earlier this month to discuss their pathways into practice.
2/23/19

Daniel Oghale Ukiri combines his passion for art and the study of people and the built environment as a student in the environmental design program.

2/23/19

MUP student Domonique Griffin hopes to launch a social enterprise that trains and retains Buffalo's local youth through a youth career development program.

2/21/19

Winning this year's Life Raft Debate, Henry Taylor convinced a panel of students that an urban planner would bring vital knowledge for rebuilding society, more so than a chemist, community health expert, literary scholar, or political scientist. 

2/18/19

As shared mobility systems and technologies advance, MUP students are working with the region's transportation planning agency to help municipalities plan for this changing landscape. 

2/15/19
UB senior architecture students Boubacar Sow and Rion Codrington's proposal for "Black Dandy" channels gentrification toward middle- and high-income blacks with the object of diversifying the class profile of Buffalo's segregated East Side neighborhood.
2/13/19
UB's JiYoung Park, associate professor of urban planning, was among a group of leading scholars who led a critical discussion on climate change research at the Association Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) conference in Buffalo last October.
2/8/19

A student in the 3.5-year MArch program, Frank Kraemer pursues research in responsive and interactive architecture and has been widely recognized for his design talent.

2/6/19

A student in the 3.5-year MArch program, Frank Kraemer pursues research in responsive and interactive architecture and has been widely recognized for his design talent.

2/1/19

The School of Architecture and Planning and UB Regional Institute launch first of several public workshops exploring community priorities for the redesigned 87-year-old park along Lake Erie.

1/23/19
Earlier this month students from the School of Architecture and Planning traveled to New York City to meet alumni and explore possible career paths across the professions.
1/23/19

The School of Architecture and Planning and UB Regional Institute launch first of several public workshops exploring community priorities for the redesigned 87-year-old park along Lake Erie.