Edmund B. Hayes Hall, the iconic building at the heart of the University of Buffalo's South Campus, was listed on the National Register in July 2016.
kta's Principal Investigator prepared the nomination, and is quoted in the article that celebrates the success of the project:
“Embodied in the ‘bricks and mortar’ of buildings are stories that lend to their historic significance. Part of Hayes’ significance is that throughout its history it has been ‘modernized’ to meet the demands of function and use,” said Kerry Traynor, clinical assistant professor of urban and regional planning at UB who prepared the final National Register application with the state’s historic preservation office.
The full article is available here.