A University at Buffalo doctoral student in urban planning has been selected as a recipient of the national Health Policy Research Scholars (HPRS) fellowship from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF).
We're pleased to welcome architectural designer and researcher Young-Tack Oh as our 2021-22 Peter Reyner Banham Fellow. A founding member of the creative collective Archipleasure, he pursues speculative research on the marginal and overlooked occurrences in contemporary urbanism.
They’re your neighbors. They’re mostly friendly, but sometimes not, if you agitate them. They’re an integral part of what makes your community unique. And perhaps they’ve even lived there longer than you have. Yet, they’re often ignored simply because they’re not human.
UB professor of architecture Brian Carter is a featured essayist in the book Canadian Modern Architecture: 1967 to the Present, which has just been presented with the RAIC President's Medal for Multimedia Representations of Architecture.
The organizations and agencies that form the “safety net” for those living in poverty in the Buffalo Niagara region target their efforts with data and insights thanks to a new online resource developed by the UB Regional Institute.