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October 15, 2013
Professor Carter was the editor of the book that was  recently published by TUNS PRESS and which highlighted the work of the award winning Canadian designers Battersby Howat.

Dennis Maher's exhibition "Common Cosmos: 287 F-14853" has opened at Sibley Hall Dome, Cornell University.  The exhibition runs until December 20. An article in the Cornell Chronicle reviewed the exhibition: http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/2013/10/embedded-life-stuff-dennis-mahers-work.  Maher has published "Nightworks," photographic works and text, in the Fall issue of MAS Context: http://www.mascontext.com/issues/19-trace-fall-13/nightworks/. Maher has also published an essay in a special issue of the peer-reviewed journal Dada/Surrealism. The essay, entitled "Luxor, Endlessness and the Continuous Key: Architecture and the Esoteric in Breton, Kiesler, and Schwaller de Lubicz" may be read at http://ir.uiowa.edu/dadasur/.

Nick Bruscia and Chris Romano completed Project 2XmT in partnership with a local metal production company, Rigidized Metals. An article about the work was published in the Buffalo News at: http://mobile.buffalonews.com/?articleRedirect=1

Dean Robert Shibley has received the American Institute of Architects New York State (AIANYS) 2013 Educator Award. The prize recognizes notable contributions and accomplishments by an architectural educator in New York State, and Shibley accepted the award at the AIANYS annual convention, held recently in Syracuse, N.Y. Since joining the School of Architecture and Planning in 1982, Shibley has served as professor in both the architecture and planning departments, with eight years as chair of architecture (1982-1990). He was appointed dean in 2011. Learn more: http://ap.buffalo.edu/news-events/latest_news.host.html/content/shared/ap/articles/news/shibley_educatoraward.detail.html

Dean Robert Shibley was recently featured in Domus, an international magazine on architecture, art and design, in a Q&A feature investigating the process behind the realization of UB's Solar Strand. The 3,200-panel, ground-mounted solar array envisions energy in a new way, as part of a new cultural landscape. As campus architect for the University at Buffalo and chair of the artist selection committee for the Solar Strand, Shibley guided the vision and installation of the 750-kilowatt array, designed by renowned landscape architect and artist Walter Hood. Read the article here:  http://www.domusweb.it/en/interviews/2013/09/02/forms_of_energy_.html

UB architecture students, Wei Dai and Minku Jeon, were awarded second prize in the 2013 ACSA Fabric in Architecture Design Competition. The students were enrolled in ARCH 404 "Collaboration + Competition' taught by Professor Brian Carter and Adjunct Professor Michael Williams.
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