The loss of a legend: W. Cecil Steward, Emeritus Dean and Emeritus Professor of Architecture
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear friend, W. Cecil Steward, Emeritus Dean and Emeritus Professor of Architecture, who was a colleague, teacher, mentor, friend and so much more to the alumni, students, staff and faculty of the College of Architecture which he led proudly for over 27 years as its dean.
November 5, 2021
Anne Marie Duvall Decker Presents the Next Hyde Lecture
Renowned internationally for her distinct design voice, Anne Marie Duvall Decker, FAIA will be giving the next Hyde lecture titled “Public Work: Foundations” at 4 p.m., November 12, at Richards Hall, room 15, UNL City Campus. This lecture is proudly sponsored by AIA Nebraska.
November 2, 2021
Hyde Lecture with Jeffrey Hou
The College of Architecture is excited to announce internationally renowned design activist Jeffrey Hou, professor of landscape architecture and the director of Urban Commons Lab at the University of Washington, Seattle, will be giving the next Hyde lecture titled “Design for Resilience” at 4 p.m., October 22nd via Zoom Webinar.
October 15, 2021
Nebraska manufacturer partners with college with investment in innovation and research
Working to elevate design excellence, student engagement and innovation, Nebraska-based Timberlyne, manufacturer of pre-built post and beam kits, pledges $50,000 to the College of Architecture to establish the Sand Creek Post & Beam Design and Fabrication Fund which will provide competitive grants to support wood construction research and fabrication.
October 5, 2021
UNL students and Omaha-Lincoln collaborators to launch mobile outdoor venue for post-pandemic revitalization
University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture students along with a multidisciplinary collaborative of Omaha and Lincoln-based leaders in the fields of design, performance, education and placemaking has begun planning efforts for a mobile stage aimed at reviving neighborhoods, schools and public spaces post-pandemic.
September 28, 2021
Scholarship and Online Exhibit Honor Thomas Laging's Legacy as Teacher and Artist
The College of Architecture honors the legacy of emeritus professor Thomas Laging with an online exhibit of his work and an endowed London travel scholarship that bears his name.
September 27, 2021
Internationally renowned designer Jason Bruges kicks off this year's Hyde Lecture Series
The College of Architecture is excited to announce internationally renowned designer Jason Bruges, founder of Jason Bruges Studio, known as a pioneer in the space between art, architecture, technology and interactive design, will be giving the first Hyde lecture of the season titled “An Insight into Jason Bruges Studios” at 4 p.m., September 24th via Zoom Webinar.
September 16, 2021
Relevant to today’s designers grappling with the past, Handa publishes book exploring design strategies used in post-war Germany
How does one tell the story of a time, place or a culture especially when the picture isn’t pretty?
September 14, 2021
UNL Planning Works to Preserve Rare Nebraska Saline Wetland Species & Environment
One can search the entire earth and nowhere else in the world will one find a small, tiny insect called the Salt Creek tiger beetle but here in eastern Nebraska, more specifically in the few remnant saline marshes near Lincoln.
September 9, 2021
UNL Partners with SENDD for David City Downtown Revitalization Plan
The College of Architecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) and the Southeast Nebraska Development District (SENDD) are partnering with local community members on a downtown revitalization plan for David City. Last week, planning students began working on the downtown revitalization plan with a trip to David City for a community meeting and tour of the area.
September 8, 2021