Remembering Emeritus William Borner
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear friend, William Borner, who was a colleague, teacher, mentor, and friend to our alumni and faculty of the College of Architecture. William Borner joined the architecture faculty in 1972 after serving as an assistant professor at Kansas State University and the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.
January 8, 2021
College of Architecture Students Collaborate with Valentine for Affordable Housing Solutions
Across Nebraska, many communities are facing a housing crisis. A shortage of affordable rental properties for low-income families and skyrocketing housing construction prices make homeownership a lofty goal for many. In particular, the housing crunch has caused economic hardships for the rural, tourist town of Valentine, Nebraska.
December 8, 2020
Fall 2020 College of Architecture Newsletter
December 1, 2020
Architecture Studio Explores Solutions for Environmental Sustainability Using AI Technology
Technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly touching every aspect of our lives and in many ways we wouldn’t expect. AI has the ability to assist cybersecurity in preventing future attacks, analyzing wildlife habitat, predicting future pricing patterns and even shedding light on global environmental remediations.
November 30, 2020
College Recognized with Prestigious Honors at AIA Nebraska Design Awards
AIA Nebraska honors the College of Architecture with four awards at this year’s 2020 AIA Nebraska Excellence in Design Awards Ceremony held November 6. From the ten awards given by the jury, three were for projects designed by or with UNL Architecture students.
November 18, 2020
AIA Nebraska Recognizes Day with Inaugural Award and Honors Two Students
AIA Nebraska honors the College of Architecture with three awards at this year’s 2020 Honor and Awards Ceremony held November 4.
November 13, 2020
Hyde Lecture Series continues with renowned political and cultural justice advocate Stephen F. Gray
The College of Architecture is excited to announce renowned political and cultural justice advocate Stephen F.
October 29, 2020
Environmental Planning and Policy Class Adapts amid COVID Challenges
The COVID pandemic has changed the typical UNL student experience and regular class attendance in a myriad of ways. Students are regularly tuning in to Zoom lectures remotely, submitting assignments online and are struggling to network in the community and with their course peers.
October 14, 2020
College of Architecture Students Recognized at Central States AIA Awards
Professor Jeffrey L. Day, FAIA and the fall 2019 FACT studio are among the honorees at this year’s AIA Central States Region Design Excellence Awards Celebration earning a Merit Award for their project “Sheridan County Fairgrounds 4H Campus” held September 25 in Des Moines, Iowa.
October 12, 2020
UNL Architecture Students Win Grand Prize In International Competition
Former master of architecture students Hannah Christy and Craig Findlay were named the student grand prize winners of Architizer’s prestigious 2020 One Drawing Challenge for their project titled “Concrete Atla(nti)s.” Out of 404 total international submissions, spring graduates Christy and Findlay were selected by a jury as the student competition winners.
October 6, 2020