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faculty and students with a model in studio in Hayes Hall.

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

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.

1/25/19
One architecture student’s efforts to find a community use for his class project has helped establish a class-wide venture that will place 10 student-built works in urban gardens across Buffalo.
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.

1/7/19
There are many ways to spend winter break. This January, six architecture students will head to work through four new winter session internship opportunities offered through the School of Architecture and Planning.
12/20/18
Explore the creative visions cultivated by students this semester, expressed in intricate models and forms and detailed plans and drawings.
12/18/18
Assistant professor Charles Davis II discusses Race-ing Architectural History at The Canadian Centre for Architecture as part of the weeklong workshop and seminar series Toolkit for Today: Activisms.
12/18/18

A city in flux is also one with potential—and, in the case of Buffalo, N.Y., fertile ground for university-city investigations in urbanism.

12/17/18
UB urban planning professor and chair Daniel B. Hess is among a growing core of scholars at work on new research on a growing national issue: parking.