Jin Young Song, UB associate professor of architecture, has received multiple recent international honors for his research on facade systems, including an invitation to the 3rd Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2021 and two competition wins, one of which has earned Song a project commission.
To more powerfully address and reverse Buffalo’s entrenched health disparities, the Center for Urban Studies, dedicated to regenerating underdeveloped neighborhoods, is joining the Community Health Equity Research Institute at UB.
UB architecture professor Christopher Romano plays a pivotal role in the dramatic transformation of a 126-year-old building on Buffalo’s East Side into a flexible indoor-outdoor performance and event space. It’s the latest progression in the contemporary performance theater’s plan to create a cultural campus and site of engagement on the city’s East Side.
Mythea Mazzola is a MS in Real Estate Development student at UB with a passion for creating an inclusive built environment, developing entrepreneurial and forward-thinking projects, and diversifying the real estate industry.
The UB Department of Architecture is pleased to welcome Duygu Gokce as a Fulbright Scholar from Turkey. A lecturer in the Department of Architecture at Duzce University, Gokce conducts interdisciplinary housing research bridging the disciplines of typo-morphology - or the classification of urban elements such as buildings, streets and plots - and environmental psychology.
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.