Department of Architecture, University at Buffalo.
ACSA News February 2020.
Assistant Professor Julia Jamrozik received a 2020 ACSA Award. The JAE Best Article Award recognized her contribution ‘Growing up Modern – Oral History as Architectural Preservation’ as one of the best published works in the preceding academic year.
Professor Korydon Smith, Chair of Architecture, was a co-editor of Transforming Global Health: Interdisciplinary Challenges, Perspectives, and Strategies. The book, published by Springer in January 2020, is the first comprehensive text on global health to emphasize the role of the built environment. Keith Martin, executive director of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health, wrote the foreword. Pavani Ram, a physician and epidemiologist currently working with USAID, served as co-editor.
Associate Professor Hadas Steiner’s essay ‘Limbs of Nature’ was published in the catalogue for the exhibition Neri Oxman:Material Ecology’ which opened in February 2020 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York..
Associate Professor Beth Tauke is directing The Architecture + Education Program in Buffalo. The program enables UB students to work with local architects and public school teachers to assist students in math, science, history, art and technology within the Common Core Curriculum at five Buffalo Public Schools, raise awareness about design and foster appreciation of the built environment.