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

Media Mentions

Our faculty are frequently called upon to inform critical issues facing the world today. See the latest faculty and school mentions in the press.

3/22/20

Our priority is to support the health and safety of our community, maintain continuity in our academic and research programs, and ensure students can complete their course requirements on schedule.

3/19/20

We will miss all of you when school starts again on Monday, March 23.  You and your interactions bring so much life and excitement to this school. Your education is always central to our focus, but your health and safety, and that of the faculty, staff, and our campus/regional communities, are our top priority.  So we will welcome you to the conclusion of the Spring semester through a virtual UB School of Architecture and Planning.

3/12/20

Our priority is to support the health and safety of our community, maintain continuity in our academic and research programs, and ensure students can complete their course requirements on schedule.

2/24/20
A network of African American students and students of African descent in the School of Architecture and Planning are facilitating engagement of underrepresented students with minority communities in the City of Buffalo. 
2/18/20
Aleiya Als, a senior in UB's BS Arch program, reflects on building diversity in the profession and practice of architecture.
2/12/20
Buffalo’s story of place is being shared with mayors, ministers, journalists and thousands of others attending the United Nations’ 10th World Urban Forum this week in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
2/11/20
Kennedy Alexis is a first-year Master of Urban Planning student at the School of Architecture and Planning who is also pursuing a Master of Arts in Economics in UB's School of Management. As an aspiring international development consultant, she is interested in creating "conscious infrastructure" that will support the economic, human and social sustainability of undeserved communities, particularly in the Global South.
2/5/20
Samendy Brice, a second-year Master of Architecture student and winner of the inaugural Watts Scholarship, shares her passion for building diverse and inclusive spaces and communities. She is currently completing her thesis research on structural enablers of food access along the border of Ouanaminthe, Haiti, and Dajabon, Dominican Republic.
1/27/20
Welcome back to a new semester, a new year, and a new decade. As we reflect on a rewarding and successful fall - and acknowledge all that we accomplished together - another semester awaits with promise and potential.
1/7/20
A graduate preservation planning studio has completed an adaptive reuse proposal for a 19th century barn located on the historic Richardson Olmsted Complex in Buffalo.
12/20/19
This fall, two studios in the BA Environmental Design program were busy developing design recommendations for two critical sites spanning municipal borders in and around Buffalo.
12/19/19
Along with eleven other masters of urban planning students, I was part of an urban planning studio aimed at developing a vision for a new rail trail.