Mahbub Rashid has been named dean of the School of Architecture & Design at the University of Kansas. Highly regarded for innovation as a researcher, scholar and educator, Rashid has served as interim dean of the School since 2019.
Studio Spotlight: interdisciplinary studio examines the relationship between humanity, food, and nature
During the 2022 spring semester, Architecture, Industrial Design, and Visual Communication Design students took expeditions into the culture of food, craft, production, and communication in new interdisciplinary studio.
The KU Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging has created an online hub for information about Juneteenth events in Lawrence and Kansas City, and historical resources about this annual commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States.
LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Architecture & Design has announced the recipients of the 2021 KU Architecture & Design Alumni Awards.
Visual Communication Design students Isaac De La Rosa, Tim Do, Abigail Miles and Ethan Schreiber were awarded American Advertising Federation of Kansas City Foundation scholarships for the 2022-23 academic year.
Innovative new interdisciplinary design course fills gaps employers find in hiring while giving students a chance to explore different career paths.
National design practice Gould Evans, founded by KU architecture alumni, has transitioned to Multistudio – an impact-focused, multidisciplinary design practice that embraces interconnectedness and celebrates collaborative possibility.
Emma Dorst — a junior Photography major from Colorado Springs, Colorado — is among nine Jayhawks receiving summer Undergraduate Research Awards from The University of Kansas Center for Undergraduate Research.
Nils Gore and Matt Kleinmann, co-founders of ArcD’s Kansas City, KS-based community design collaborative, Dotte Agency, are among instructors at a NEH-funded institute designed to strengthen public humanities projects.
The KU School of Architecture & Design (ArcD) is hosting an alumni reception Thursday, June 23, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Gensler’s downtown Chicago office near Millennium Park.
Inspired by local history and wildlife, a community collaboration between KU architecture students, local businesses and government agencies in Topeka, Lawrence, and Kansas City has turned salvaged street signs into a whimsical roof at the Kansas Children's Discovery Center in the state's capital