Study aims to enhance quality of life for rural Nebraska minorities, communities
As populations in many rural Nebraska counties decline, those that are stable or growing share a common element: ethnic diversity.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln research recently explored how cultural and economic resources generated by diverse populations can help smaller communities not only survive, but thrive.
January 15, 2019
Architecture Students Design New Santee Sioux Nation Family Resource Center
University of Nebraska College of Architecture master students are helping the Santee Sioux Nation Family Resource Center (SSNFRC) become a reality.
December 18, 2018
MSID Program Ranked Among the Top Five and Nine for Online Master’s Programs
This year alone, the University of Nebraska’s Master of Science in Architecture with Interior Design Specialization Program (MSID) has been ranked twice among the top online master programs.
December 10, 2018
Tis the Season, Students Engage with Community from Bell Ringing to Food Distribution
Getting in the spirit of the season, Andrea Kelly’s Professional Practice students had the opportunity to earn extra credit by engaging in volunteer activities with the Lincoln community over the Thanksgiving holiday.
November 30, 2018
Second Year in a Row, SARA National Recognizes Student Excellence
Two student projects from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture have been honored with awards from the Society of American Registered Architects (SARA), National Design Awards 2018 program.
October 22, 2018
Amie Shao Gives Next Hyde Lecture
Known for her creative, patient-centric, architectural designs in the healthcare world, Amie Shao will be presenting the next Hyde lecture. Shao, who serves as principal of the MASS Design Group, will present a lecture entitled "Beyond the Building” at 4 p.m., October 26th, at Richards Hall, room 15.
October 18, 2018
Olshavsky's Essay Featured in Catalogue for Steven Holl’s Exhibition
Associate Professor Peter Olshavsky’s essay “Reconfiguring Architectural Agency” appeared in the catalogue for Steven Holl’s exhibition at the Dorsky Museum. As part of the museum’s Hudson Valley Master series, Steven Holl: Making Architecture, examines the work of one of the world’s foremost architects (http://www.stevenholl.com/exhibits/126).
October 10, 2018
Class of 68 Celebrates Their 50th Anniversary Reunion with Fundraiser and Fellowship
“We graduated in 1968, and as soon as we cast off our caps and gowns, hugged our friends and family, we scattered to the winds, some staying in Nebraska and others off to other states for work. And several of our 41 class members were off to Vietnam,” said Larry Jacobsen, alumnus of UNL’s Architecture Class of 1968.
October 8, 2018
Piatkowski’s Article in The Conversation Picked Up Again and Again
UNL’s Assistant Professor Daniel Piatkowski’s article in The Conversation on how self-driving cars might impact efforts to build people-centered communities has been picked up by numerous outlets.
Here are a few:
October 3, 2018
Dan Pitera Gives Next Hyde Lecture
The College of Architecture is presenting notable political and social activist and architect Dan Pitera, FAIA as the next Hyde lecture speaker.
October 1, 2018