School of Architecture & Environment News
Design practitioners share why they give to the Design for Spatial Justice Initiative.
The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture recognized the most admired architecture professor for her innovative and inspiring teaching methods.
With the launch of mentoring circles in SAE, students, alumni, and professionals are bridging the gap between current and future architects.
The Pacific Northwest Just Futures Institute for Racial and Climate Justice was made possible by a historic $4.52 million grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
The architect Todd Lawson discovered his ties to the Clatsop tribe while studying at the University of Oregon.
The UO recognized the work of John Arroyo and Ben Clark of PPPM, Leslie Dietz of the Biology and the Built Environment Center, and Mark Fretz and Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg of SAE.
The renowned Professor Emeritus of Architecture and Interior Architecture and urban designer passed away in November.
The UO recognized Professor of Art Ron Jude and Landscape Architecture Department Head and Professor Roxi Thoren.
Landscape Architecture Professor Emeritus Kenneth Helphand discusses how gardening can build resilience in difficult times.
Yekang Ko and Cory Parker pen a story for American Society of Landscape Architects about how the field can help fix the housing crisis.
Urban Farm Program Director Harper Keeler and students reflect on the value of the farm during the age of COVID-19.
The design magazine talks to Erin Moore about how the architecture school is leading in social justice education innovation.
The current dean at the University of Texas Arlington’s College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs and the UNESCO chair on water will join the college spring term.
New study by the Institute for Health in the Built Environment indicates that more use of wood in building medical facilities could help slow disease spread.
Led by Design for Spatial Justice Fellow Menna Agha, SAE students bring modular shelter to Eugene’s unhoused population.