School of Architecture & Environment News
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.”
Kayin Talton Davis, Cleo Davis, and Craig Wilkins teach Portland architecture studio series tackling racist policies and design practices
Oregon Quarterly features Dean Adrian Parr in 'Adrian Parr: An Explorer by Design,' a profile that follows her journey from the forests of Sydney to the forests of Eugene.
The Architectural Research Centers Consortium recognized the assistant professor of architecture for the impact and promise of her research.
The TSD Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts recognized Jones for his record of high distinction in design in the field of architecture.
The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture recognized the landscape architecture students for their project ‘Post-Pesticide Eugene.’
Cultured magazine features the work of Architectural Designer Chazandra Kern and the Los Angeles nonprofit LA Más.
Coming from the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington, Zaretsky discusses his commitment to sustainability, social justice, and public interest design in architecture.
Five architecture students present designs—ranging from a water research facility to an education hub in an underserved Portland neighborhood—for a sustainable urban design studio
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.