One Day. One KU. has been rescheduled to take place on March 6th. This annual university-wide, 24-hour fundraising campaign, will provide alumni and friends of the School of Architecture & Design (ArcD) the opportunity to directly support current and future students.
Leading architects are gathering at the University of Kansas on Feb. 20 for a discussion on how architecture can bridge the gap between social equity and human well-being.
KU ArcD has invested in strengthening the connection between education and practice by appointing long-term lecturers as teaching professors.
See the work of KU faculty in Chalmers Hall through Feb. 24th. Exhibition features work from faculty in the ArcD design department and the School of the Arts visual art department.
On Thursday, Feb. 16, One Day. One KU. will provide ArcD alumni and friends the opportunity to directly support current and future students. Serving as a One Day. One KU. ambassador can magnify the campaign's impact.
Six University of Kansas Department of Architecture students and one professor were honored by the KU chapter of Phi Kappa Phi.
"The advancements in the automotive industry have come a long way from just an infotainment system." ArcD's Center for Design Research director Gregory Thomas speaks with Lifewire.
“With design build, you design it and then you get to build it with your own hands. And a project like this is a one in a lifetime opportunity to work with the companies that we’re working with, work with the school, as well as the U.S. Department of Energy." – student Micah Ramsay
For nearly 40 years, the KU Design Symposium has enriched educational experiences through exposure to designers and artists from around the world. The first event of the spring series, Feb. 2 at 6pm, features a panel discussion with Hallmark designers.
The Architecture Lecture Series welcomes architectural and experiential design leaders to illuminate new ideas and inspire purpose-driven design practice. The first event, Feb. 3 at 5pm in The Forum, features architect, scholar, and KU Emeritus Professor Stephen Grabow.
Wednesday, Feb. 1, the KU team will conduct its first technical visit with the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon® inspectors. This will be an opportunity to meet the students and learn about the unique features planned for their bio-based home.