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COLLEGE NEWS
Dean's Message
All reports indicate the First Friday Art Walk at Architecture Hall was a resounding success! Thank you for the exceptional work shown and for the planning and execution installing the work. You'll notice we have switched up the order of the newsletter this week - be sure to read all the way to the end and have a great week.
ADVISING CORNER  

Study Abroad 

The College of Architecture will be holding our annual Study Abroad informational meeting on Monday, November 14th at 4:30 p.m. in the Architecture Hall Gallery. 

If you are interested in participating in one of our study abroad opportunities, please be sure to attend. 

The speaker lineup will include:

Education Abroad – How to apply for scholarships and apply for abroad programs

Ecuador – Summer 2017

Paris – Summer 2017

Barcelona – Summer 2017

China – Fall 2017

London – Spring 2018

We hope you will be able to attend this important meeting!

-Stephanie M. Kuenning  

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

USGBC Movie Night

Please join USGBC for a movie screening of Before the Flood!
When: Monday, November 7th at 7-9:30pm
What: https://www.beforetheflood.com/
Where: Arch Hall Link

Tau Sigma Delta

Having issues modeling your project? Need help with digital workflow?
Tau Sigma Delta's Digital Design Help Desk is every Wednesday in the Barn from 7pm - 10pm. Open to all students, TSD members are available to help you with any questions or issues relating to design software, including Revit, Rhino, AutoCad, Adobe Suites and more!

FACULTY NEWS
College of Architecture faculty members have done fascinating work representing the College as experts in their field. Recently, Tim Hemsath moderated Omaha's Smart Energy Talks, Kim Wilson served as a juror for the 2017 Development of Distinction Awards,  Richard Sutton received a Research of Excellence award and Mark Hinchman was recognized along with other authors at the UNL Research Fair. November 11th, Jeffrey L. Day will be giving a lecture in the Harrison Series at Mississippi State University. More- 
INTERIOR DESIGN
This week, 4th year interior design and architecture students in the Learning Environments Collaborate Studio had a schematic review. Assistant Professor Nate Bicak and DLR Group Architect and CoARCH alum Vanessa Schutte are co-teaching the studio and have challenged the students to position the design process and their knowledge to propose new approaches in the design of K-6 schools. Overall the studio is working hard to find spatial solutions that addresses the question: How can design create spaces that transform the elementary learning environment?  More- 
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
The College of Architecture’s Responsible Design Learning Community learns about and serves Red Cloud, Nebraska. Fifteen students arrived via vans to the historic Red Cloud community around 6 pm on Friday evening, November 4th. The group was comprised of first-year architecture, interior design and landscape architecture students. All came prepared to work and prepared to learn. Not only were they armed with rakes, shovels, brooms, scrapers and paint brushes; but also with the knowledge they gained from having just read various locally-based novels and short stories by Willa Cather. More-
COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING  
Tracy Lungrin, Career Advisor with UNL’s Career Services, met with students in the CRPL 900 “Professional Planning Practice” course to discuss résumé design and job searching strategies for students and graduates seeking positions specifically in planning.  Tracy explained the range of services available through UNL’s Career Services and also engaged the students in a lively question and answer exchange that led to a better understanding among the students of how one should think about seeking employment in the early stages of one’s career. 
ARCHITECTURE 
It’s mid review time at the College of Architecture with pin-ups and formal reviews in many studios last week and this week. Studios are wrapping up projects or marking points of transition within longer duration efforts. Master of Architecture Design Thesis students also presented their work at the second of three interim reviews this semester. Thesis students will make their major interim presentations during the Fall Semester final reviews. We are working on that schedule already! More-
STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES
Student Competitions 

ALUMNI NEWS
UNL architecture alumni Wei Xia, current University of Michigan graduate architecture student, has a project featured in the 2016 publication "Constructing the Persuasive Portfolio." Congratulations Wei!
Date: Nov. 9th
Time: 7pm
Place: Witherspoon Hall, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE

Date: Nov. 17
Time: 11am
Place: Arch Hall Gallery

Date: Dec. 2
Time: 4:30 –7:30 am
Place: Pinnacle Bank Arena, South Lobby
 
Date: Feb. 23rd & 24th
Time: 8-5 pm
EXTERNAL EVENTS  
UNO Lecture:
Time:  6 pm
Place: UNO- Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center - Rooms 201/205/209

Date: Dec. 28-Jan 2
Place: Boston
FACULTY OPPORTUNITIES

KEY DATES:
Submission of Paper & Poster Proposals: Nov. 7, 2016

Notification: Nov. 25th Conf. Registration Opens:  Dec. 15th
Conference: Feb. 2,3,4, 2017

Game Day Reminder

For those of you not familiar with the university's pregame planning, football game days provide challenges in the security of buildings used for academic, research and business operations on City Campus. Many fans would like to use university facilities for breaks, restrooms or sightseeing.  Some even see the possibility of accessing our buildings as an opportunity to steal computers, etc. Common practice is that all buildings near the stadium are locked about three to five hours before kickoff. We ask your help in keeping the buildings on City Campus, particularly those close to Memorial Stadium or along the main walkways to the stadium, locked and secured. Please avoid using the building in the hours before kickoff and help us keep unauthorized people out. Thank you,  

Owen Yardley
Chief of Police

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