National Science Foundation Awards Ahn and Nam a Research Grant for Walking Study
Walking, unmistakably, is one of the most common things we do as humans, but as researchers will tell you, where we walk, how we walk, how often we walk and how fast we walk are all influenced by a myriad of factors, including the physical environment.
February 6, 2017
Council for Interior Design Accreditation Board elects officers, appoints new director
The College of Architecture is pleased to announce Dean Katherine S. Ankerson, AIA, IDEC, IIDA, NCARB was appointed as a new member of the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) board of directors. Ankerson was appointed to a three year term as the accredited program representative for the nine member board.
February 6, 2017
Hyde Chair Anthony Morey Gives Next Hyde Lecture
The College of Architecture is pleased to announce Hyde Chair Anthony Morey will be the next Hyde speaker giving a lecture entitled, "Storm in a Teacup. Back to questions, back to fragments."
January 31, 2017
College of Architecture Offers NEW Minor
The Architecture Program is pleased to announce a new “Architectural Studies” minor, now available to all University of Nebraska-Lincoln undergraduate students.
January 24, 2017
Perry Kulper Gives Next Hyde Lecture
The College of Architecture is pleased to announce Perry Kulper, Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan, will be the next Hyde speaker giving a lecture entitled, "Cosmologies."
January 20, 2017
Landscape Architecture Course Tackles Brownfield and Landfill Remediation
January 19, 2017
Wells Fargo Bank to Exhibit Student Work
Students rarely get a chance to preserve a part of history, but that’s exactly what students from the College of Architecture’s ARCH 310 studio are attempting to do. Studio instructor Guillermo Yángüez Bergantino has challenged his students to create design concepts for a new Frank H. Woods Telephone Museum currently located at 2047 M St, Lincoln, Nebraska.
January 10, 2017
Faculty and Alumni Work Featured in Slate and Dezeen
University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Architecture program director and faculty member Jeffrey L. Day's Blue Barn Theatre architectural design is featured in Slate.com's list for "The Best Things America Built in 2016." Slate is a current affairs, politics and culture magazine established in 1996.
January 6, 2017
CRP Studio Work Making a Difference in Lincoln Neighborhoods
Great places to live rarely happen by accident. Sought-after cities and neighborhoods take years of planning to develop, maintain and in some cases redevelop. Most cities have areas that are economically depressed and in need of revitalization. Assessing the condition of these older neighborhoods is an important first step in planning for positive change.
December 21, 2016
Final Review Schedule 2016
Attention Students: It is final review week at the College of Architecture. In case you need to know where a review is at, what your peers have been working on all semester or would like to attend someone else’s review, check out this schedule of events!
December 5, 2016