Graduate urban planning students visit the preservation documentation and methods library at the Buffalo History Museum Research Library. Photographer: Maryanne Schultz.
Historic preservation students on a tour of Buffalo's historic homes. Photographer: Maryanne Schultz
Graduate planning students tour historic Buffalo City School #56 which is undergoing a conversion into mixed-use housing and "flex" commercial space for non-profit organization use. Photographer: Maryanne Schultz
Please join the University at Buffalo’s School of Architecture and Planning for a brief information session highlighting our programs in Historic Preservation - the Advanced Graduate Certificate and Master of Science in Architecture. Discussion topics will include the state of historic preservation in the binational Buffalo region in past, present and future contexts.
February 24, 2021
5 - 6 PM
Online via Zoom Meeting
(Zoom meeting links will be sent to you after registration)
The event will feature a panel of faculty and recent graduates of the Historic Preservation Advanced Gradiate Certificate and MS Architecture graduate degree programs.
Interested students, local professionals, community activists and those considering a career in historic preservation are encouraged to attend.
Additional event details coming soon