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8th annual Refugee Health Summit set for Sept. 10 Google 翻訳
This year's event will highlight the spirit of youth who arrived as refugees and the challenges they face in their new homes.


New certificate program prepares professionals to address affordable housing crisis Google 翻訳
Program aims to help address the crisis facing cities across the U.S. and builds on a long history of research in affordable housing at UB.


Buildings that store carbon? UB-led team lands $2.2 million grant to develop eco-friendly insulation Google 翻訳
The team will research insulation that incorporates silica aerogel developed by UB researchers, along with plant-based products.


UB architecture school partners with PUSH Buffalo to train workers in green jobs Google 翻訳
Community Climate Leadership program aims to develop “citizen architects” while preparing trainees for stable, living-wage employment.


UB class shows tiny homes can do a lot of good Google 翻訳
Students designed prototypes, then developed them to permit-ready construction documents for three tiny homes that will be built for people experiencing homelessness in Syracuse, New York.


UB urban design students to share proposals for future heart of Buffalo’s Bailey Green neighborhood
Bailey Commons is a community-led development that would transform a series of vacant lots between Zenner and Kilhoffer streets into a mix of green open space, play space, and new urban infrastructure and housing.


Industry exec named director of UB's real estate development program Google 翻訳
Matthew Roland has worked on real estate and planning projects across Western New York and 20 states.


UB professor’s book receives award from Society of Architectural Historians
Despina Stratigakos’ 2020 book “Hitler’s Northern Utopia” praised for providing “captivating investigation of wartime environments and urban lives.”


Multidisciplinary artist Asad Raza to conduct Working Artists Lab at UB Google 翻訳
The multidisciplinary project will feature three components: an outdoor sculpture, sailing and song.


School of Architecture and Planning opens doors to community for 50th anniversary celebration Google 翻訳
Deferred more than two years due to the pandemic, the 50+ Anniversary Celebration program opens the school’s doors wide to the community, putting the work of faculty, students and alumni – across five decades – on full display.


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