School of Architecture & Environment News
The third annual national conference will run as an online forum slated for May 14.
Sharon Alitema ('19) worked on a design team for the BCRA architecture firm in Tacoma to build a hospital in her home country.
Architecture Faculty Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg and Mark Fretz partner with CDC to provide industry guidance for coronavirus in the built environment.
Through his studio course, Professor Bart Johnson guides students in finding solutions to protect the beloved Eugene hiking area.
For the past 20 years, DesignIntelligence has conducted its annual survey of architecture and design schools. The survey asks hiring professionals, current students, and recent alumni to provide their perspective on the strengths of U.S. architecture and design programs.
The Architecture Foundation of Oregon selected Bethany Woods to receive the Senator Mark O. Hatfield Architectural Award for design excellence and community service.
Interior Architecture Associate Professor Kyu-ho Ahn inspires students to design for people of all abilities.
The second term of the Design for Spatial Justice Initiative welcomes two new faculty.
The NPS Cultural Landscapes Program manager recieved a Bachelor and Master of Landscape Architecture at the College of Design.
Architecture Assistant Professor Justin Fowler reflects on the pros and cons of the state’s quietly progressive approach to design in The Architect’s Newspaper.
Architecture students in Portland partnered with architecture firms to explore design challenges related to human and planetary health.
The Urbanism Next Center published the new report on how city leaders and public agencies can approach complex issues.
Professor Yekang Ko will be teaching the new course Design for Climate Action with SCI Small City partner Silverton.
The interdisciplinary research teams will investigate forest fires and resilience, sustainable transportation, and resilient housing.
Architecture alumna Julia May and graduate student Alex Balog look to the basking shark for solutions to public health, environmental, and economic issues.