School of Architecture & Environment News
The professor of architecture tells the Engineering News-Record that design choices for health need to be incorporated from the beginning.
The “personal shading companion” provides protection from glare while keeping all the benefits of sunlight.
In a video interview, 'UO Today' speaks with the Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture about solving the worlds “wicked” problems through a landscape lens.
The College of Design and eight other schools and colleges are launching the Dean’s Equity and Inclusion Initiative.
Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Kory Russel speaks to 'Popular Science' about making a sustainable choice.
Landscape Architecture Associate Professor Yekang Ko and colleagues share how designers play a pivotal role in the clean energy transition.
The Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation recognized the institute for its COVID-19 Research Team.
Dean Adrian Parr and Architecture Professor Erin Moore present exhibits at the European Cultural Centre’s biennial architecture exhibition.
The UO has promoted 10 College of Design faculty members—a process that involves rigorous review and recognizes tireless commitment.
The architecture alum’s collaboration with artist Maya Lin and the Confluence Project is at the heart of a new retrospective.
The historic preservation nonprofit chose Possert for her leadership experience, advocacy, and engagement with underserved communities.
The architecture graduate student was recognized for her commitment to designing for community in Portland and Venezuela.
For the first time in the history of the U.S. Department of Energy’s design competition, an architecture school wins top prizes two years in a row.
Around the O features environmental research and resilience efforts around the university, including numerous programs and initiatives in the College of Design.
Landscape Architecture Faculty Members Kory Russell, Jun Hak Lee, and collaborators from across the UO received funding for the project “Recycling greywater using volcanic rocks from the Pacific Northwest.”