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November 15, 2016

Assistant Professor Shannon Bassett presented the paper, “New Architectural Trajectories: Operating at the Intersection(s) of Rupture(s): Recovering Architectural, Cultural and Ecological Landscapes through Design Acupunctures” in the “New Trajectories in Academia Indeterminate Urbanisms” session at the 2016 ACSA International Conference in Chile. This work was based on her design research and teaching in China.

Assistant Professor Shannon Bassett’s professional work, entitled “(Re) Stitch Tampa, designing the post war Coastal City with Ecologies” was selected to be shown at the BUGAIK International Architecture Exhibition organized by the Busan-Ulsan-Gyeongnam Chapter of the Architectural  Institute of Korea from November 25-29, 2016. This work will be published by ACTAR.

Assistant Professor Martha Bohm, Director of the Grow House – a project designed by UB and a winner in the 2016 International Solar Decathlon - received an AIAWNY 2016 Design Award for the project on behalf of the design and construction team of UB students and faculty.  

Assistant Professor Julia Jamrozik and Adjunct Assistant Professor Coryn Kempster completed the public installation project ‘Full Circle’ in Buffalo in October and the opening was celebrated with a public event on October 25, 2016.The project was commissioned by CEPA Gallery and C.S.I Curatorial Projects for CEPA’s West Side Lofts Project and selected by design competition. (More info

Assistant Professor Julia Jamrozik was a contributor to ‘African Modernism’. The book received the 2016 DAM Book Award.

Assistant Professor Nicholas Rajkovich chaired the symposium ‘From Sandy to Snowvember’held in Buffalo in November. The series of presentations and discussions, which focused on climate change and its impact on building design across New York State, brought together a multi-disciplinary group that included representatives from NYSERDA, UB research and professionals from practice.

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