An article published in the May 9, 2019 edition of the New York Times by Eve Kahn featured the research project ‘Growing up Modern’ byAssistant Professor Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Dempster (https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/06/style/modern-experimental-housing.html)
Assistant Professor Erkin Ozay served as a panelist on ‘Avenues of Exchange: Professionals, Researchers, and Communities building the Equitable City’ which was organized by ACSA and the AIA Housing and Community Development Knowledge Community hewld in Pittsburgh, on March 28,2019. Ozay presented his teaching and research related tto resttlemenmt urbanism in Buffalo. An article on the event and workshop was featured in Metropolis (https://www.metrpolismag.com/architecture/acse-annual-meeting-pittsburgh-architecture-school-comuunity-engagement/)
Assistant Professor Erkin Ozay served as a panelist on the Annual Western New York Refugee Health Summit held at UB on April 13, 2019. His presentation, titled ‘Construycting Landscapes f Arrival’ called for resettlement institutions to become active participants in housing and neighborhood development.
Professor Brian Carter was editor of the recently published book ‘Boundary Sequence Illusion - Ian MacDonald Architect’. Dalhousie Architectural Press launched the book at Massey College in Toronto in May, 2019.
Assistant Professor Martha Bohm and Stephanie Cramer, together with UB alum Alyssa Catlin, will direct a design/build studio for students from UB and the University of Maryland in Costa Rica in May and June 2019.