Awards Day + Atelier 2021

Join us on May 8 for a special in-person celebration of student academic excellence

Hayes Hall aerial, UB South Campus.

Prizes, Tshirt cannon, food trucks & more cowbell (follow the link)!

Saturday, May 8, 2021
12 Noon
Hayes Hall Front Lawn, UB South Campus

Exhibition in Crosby Hall, 2018, photo by Douglas McCallum.

Exhibition in Crosby Hall, 2018, photo by Douglas McCallum

The School of Architecture and Planning is pleased to invite all (undergraduate, graduate, architecture, planning and real estate development) students, faculty and staff to a School-wide, in-person celebration of our students and their achievements. Award's Day + Atelier 2021 will feature our annual presentation of student awards, an exhibition of student work, and special recognition of last year's (2020) grads. Lunch will be provided by the School, compliments of UB's Big Blue food truck. We welcome family, friends and members of the public to participate in the event virtually (see virtual livestream links below). 

Health and safety guidelines: Please view the FAQs below for a list of requirements for in-person participation, including documentation of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test

  • Due to health and safety guidelines, in-person participation in Award's Day + Atelier is limited to current students, faculty, staff and members of our Class of 2020. 
  • Seating will be spatially distanced on the Hayes Front Lawn; please bring your own blanket or lawn chair. 
  • Student work exhibition: Atelier 2021 will feature student models, drawings and full-scale built works installed in Hayes and Crosby Halls and on the campus grounds, both behind and in front of Hayes Hall. Options for viewing the work online will also be available; details forthcoming.
Thank you to our Award's Day + Atelier Organizing Committee

Thank you to the faculty, staff and partners at UB and in the community who have helped to organize a safe and fun event: Korydon Smith, Professor and Chair of Architecture; Lindsay Romano, Director of Fabrication; and Greg Delaney, Clinical Assistant Professor of Architecture. A special thank you to UB's Department of Environment, Health and Safety, UB's Office of Special Events, and the Erie County Department of Health for their planning and problem-solving assistance.