Professor Earns Emerging Voices Award
There are certain professional accolades that are more coveted than others. The Emerging Voices award from the Architectural League New York annually recognizes rising stars in architecture and design and is highly sought after. This year’s 2016 Emerging Voices award was given to eight firms including Min | Day and its principals E.B.
February 18, 2016
Sustainability Energizes Professor's Research and Instruction
Gasoline prices have finally started to fall giving many Americans a well-deserved break for their pocket books, but another great way to drive down those energy dollars is within the home or business by reducing energy spending.
Residential and commercial use accounts for 41% of the energy consumed in the United States, according to the National Academy of Sciences.
February 17, 2016
Student Receives White House Press Pass
There are some opportunities that only come around once in a lifetime. Seeing an actual sitting U.S. president in person is one of them.
February 1, 2016
Architecture Director and FACT Students Win ACSA Award
Congratulations to Jeffrey L. Day for being selected as a 2015-2016 Architectural Education Award Winner by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) in the Collaborative Practice Award category for the Bemis Gardens project.
January 21, 2016
Program Director's Work in the Press
If it seems like you have seen Jeffrey L. Day, our architecture program director, a lot lately in the news, well that's because he has been. His recent projects with the College and with his firm Min | Day have received considerable attention including the Blue Barn Theatre, Box House One, and his Bucktown House to name a few.
January 20, 2016
Faculty Represent the College with Publications and Presentations
Being published and presenting papers is a big part of a faculty member's career and offers much distinction in the collegiate community. We are proud to announce the following faculty accomplishments:
January 20, 2016
Faculty Exhibit work at Omaha Public Library
Lecturers Emily Andersen and Geoff DeOld’s firm DeOld Andersen Architecture has speculations on the public right-of-way included in “Public Public,” an exhibition examining pubic space in public places through the lens of art/architectural interventions and investigations. The architects write: "Provocation can play an important role in asking big questions about the city.
January 5, 2016
College of Architecture Students Work with UNMC and MMI on Facility Design Concepts
Nothing is more exciting to a design student than the possibility of their designs actually being used in real-world situations. The work of UNL interior design and architecture students this past semester has set the groundwork for a new facility at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC).
December 21, 2015
SGH + Dri-Design Scholarship Awarded
For many College of Architecture students the highlight of the semester might be the last day of class or at the end of their final review, but for at least for David Alcala and Joshua Puppe one could speculate that it was last Friday when they earned the Honor Award for the SGH + Dri-Design Scholarship for their project entitled "Ephemerality - St.
December 15, 2015
Architecture Students Behind the Scenes with the Lied Performing Arts Center
The backbone of the College of Architecture’s curriculum revolves around service learning opportunities. Assistant Professor Peter Olshavsky’s architecture students are experiencing this first hand.
December 14, 2015