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Announcing the Fall 2023 Architecture Lecture Series

This fall, the Architecture Lecture Series features practitioners who have worked on the leading edge of multidisciplinary architectural practice for decades – Stephen J. Cavanaugh (Sept. 15), John C. Guenther (Oct. 20), and Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam (Nov. 3).

Center for Design Research News: CDR studies infection mitigation at KU Hospital

Gregory Thomas, director of the Center for Design Research (CDR) at the University of Kansas School of Architecture & Design, recently conducted a research study at the University of Kansas Health System.

Photography professor featured in exhibition at Spencer Museum of Art

Lilly McElroy, assistant teaching professor of photography, is featured in a new exhibition at the Spencer Museum of Art. 'Reading the World' explores artistic investigations into forces of nature. Exhibition opens on Aug. 26th and will be on view through Jan. 7.

The 40th year of the KU Design Symposium kicks off Thursday, Aug. 24 at 6pm

The first KU Design Symposium of the Fall 2023 season features Kris Kuksi, an artist who uses sculptural mixed media assemblage to build chimerical worlds, distorted mythologies, and rich narratives that destabilize familiar concepts of history, culture, and humanity.

Studio 804 latest design-build project featured in The Architect's Newspaper

This year’s home, the Pinkney Neighborhood House, located at 432 Indiana Street in one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city of Lawrence, is set to be Studio 804's 16th consecutive LEED Platinum certified project.

How to access Adobe Creative Cloud

Beginning on Monday, August 21st, the first day of the 2023 Fall Semester, students in all School of Architecture & Design degree programs will receive a personal license to Adobe Creative Cloud at no cost. Learn how to access, transfer assets, and more.

Adobe Creative Cloud available at no cost to all ArcD students this school year

During the 2023-2024 academic year, students enrolled in all KU School of Architecture & Design degree programs will have access to Adobe Creative Cloud at no cost. More details will be provided before classes start.

Professor's innovative solution to improve water quality and create habitat deployed in Florida

Prefabricated mangrove panels, designed by professor Keith Van de Riet to improve the health of coastal ecosystems and protect shorelines, are being installed in Florida's Sarasota Bay.

Celebrate alumni design impact: Alumni Awards nominations are now open

From rising stars to industry icons, the KU Architecture & Design Alumni Awards recognize the contributions and achievements of Jayhawk designers, architects, and creative leaders. Submission deadline is Friday, August 25, 2023

ArcD students receive U.S. Department of State scholarships to travel abroad

Five University of Kansas Department of Architecture students have received the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study or intern abroad.

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