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Do you know a high school student interested in design? If so, let them know about our summer camps.

We offer two exciting summer high school camps: the Career Explorations in Architecture, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture Workshop and the Adventures on the Niobrara River - Discover Landscape Architecture camp. These camps offer a unique experience to investigate issues surrounding design, learn more about the design professions and what it's like to be a college student.
COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING
Community and Regional Planning faculty members Dr. Yunwoo Nam, Dr. Daniel Piatkowski and Dr. Zhenghong Tang jointly presented a conference session “Spatial Analysis for Planners” at the 2018 Nebraska Annual Planning Conference, March 7-9, in Kearney, Nebraska. More-
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
With the successful LAAB accreditation visit behind us, the faculty is focused on the next future horizon. Faculty and students are actively pursuing strategies to address current problems facing communities across the state of Nebraska and exploring applications for new technologies building on the strengths of faculty research trajectories with design explorations. More-
INTERIOR DESIGN
We have had a number of really wonderful extra-curricular experiences this week that I am thankful for. Annie Hunter, Maharam Textiles representative and UNL alum, visited with students and provided hands-on engagement with a variety of visually rich and tactile products. APMA welcomed our students to experience and tour their firm and engage with various artisans and successful entrepreneurs who share residence in the Co-Lab space and are finding inspiring intersections between design and community in a variety of inspiring ways.   More-
ARCHITECTURE
Spring break is now history, and it’s time to make the final push to realize that stunning studio project and continue to build that solid academic portfolio. However, it is easy to get bogged down in the tasks and efforts needed to develop and enhance an idea to turn it from average to outstanding. When beginning a new project, especially in studio, there is usually lots of enthusiasm and excitement for it. As time goes on, it can be difficult to maintain and sustain that level of intensity. This, then, is when it is necessary to recognize the waning energy level and buckle down and produce. Working hard throughout the project enables attainment of personal and collective goals and aspirations. More-
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
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FACULTY NEWS
The College of Architecture is proud to announce the following faculty achievements and accolades:


  • Professor Rumiko Handa presented a paper titled "Architecture and the Place of Difficult Memory: Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg, Germany" at the 106th ACSA Annual Meeting held in Denver, CO, March 15-17, 2018.
 
  • Assistant Professor Catherine De Almeida received a Layman grant fund for her proposal titled "The Resource Park: A Case Study for Landscape Lifecycles Case Studies".  

  • Assistant Professor Dan Piatkowski also received a Layman grant for his proposal titled "Age-Related Transportation Challenges".
  
The project period for both Layman grants will be from May 1, 2018, to April 30, 2019.
STUDENT & FACULTY COMPETITIONS
ACSA Competition Deadlines:
Call for Abstracts and Design Proposals: April 18
Submission Deadline: June 30
Submission Deadline: Aug 1


The Society of American Registered Architects has many opportunities available for college students including numerous programs, awards and scholarship. Our National Design Awards Program 2018 is open to all undergraduate and graduate students worldwide.

For more information please email the following address: TheSARAs2018@gmail.com .

Student Registration Deadline: April 30
Student Submission Deadline: May 25


The National Park Service’s Leicester B. Holland Prize , open to both students and professionals, is awarded to the best single-sheet measured drawing of a HABS, HAER, or HALS site.

Submission Deadline: April 30


The theme of the contest is a Cultural Center in Senegal (Africa), which aims to protect traditional cultures and solve humanitarian emergencies with the architecture. The initiative has two objectives: the development of research in architecture on issues of social emergencies, and contributing to a humanitarian emergency in Senegal. The winning team will win an internship at the Kengo Kuma Office in Tokyo and cash prizes. 

Submission Deadline: April 24


This award is designed to celebrate the excellence and synergy that emerges from the collaborative process. Undergraduate, professional and graduate students who have been involved in a collaborative effort in the past year with at least one student from the College of Architecture are encouraged to apply. Click here for more information.

Submission Deadline: April 23


The Arch Out Loud competition challenges entrants to design a mixed dwelling development on one of the last undeveloped sections of Mumbai’s coastline.
Submission Deadline:  May 1 


LAGI offers an opportunity to become a leader in the design of new energy landscapes.
They invite artists, architects, designers, landscape architects, scientists, engineers and others to submit proposals for large-scale and site-specific public art installations that generate clean energy for a site in Melbourne.

Submission deadline: May 6


The National Park Services’  Charles E. Peterson Prize  is awarded to the best sets of measured drawings prepared by student teams of a HABS, HAER, or HALS site.

Submission Deadline: June 1 


The National Park Service’s HALS Challenge , open to everyone, awards prizes for documentation of our nation's cultural landscapes.

Submission Deadline: July 31 


Submissions may be presented by individuals,
firms, and students of architecture and allied disciplines. Awards are granted for a wide
range of categories and project types, and all entrants.

Submission Deadline: Aug. 2
INTERNSHIPS, JOBS & MORE


Populous is looking for an interior design student intern. The candidate will work within a dynamic creative environment, providing design and documentation in all aspects of the interiors process, in a variety of media formats.


BBT Architects, Inc. is searching for an Architectural Intern with an emphasis on Revit & Technical Skills to join their team.


The firm is seeking entry level architects and landscape architects and interns.


Photo interpretation of aerial imagery using GIS software for a Great Plains windbreak mapping project. 

MORE OPPORTUNITIES....

Check out the College of Architecture website for additional internship and job  opportunities
Plus, University of Nebraska Career Services encourages you to view a few of their new Full-Time job postings at Husker Hire Link (HHL) . Check them out!
Lunch & Learn - Brett Swift with Schluter
Tile Installation Systems
Date: April 2
Time: 12 pm- 1 pm
Place: Architecture Hall Gallery

Director of Architecture Program Candidate Talk
Date: April 3
Time: 11 am
Place: Gallery, Architecture Hall

Date:  April 5
Time: 12:15 –1:15 pm
Place: Gallery, Architecture Hall

Date: April 6
Time: TBA
Place: New Crit Space

Date: April 7
Time:  9 am - 1 pm
Place: University Hall Plaza (north of Woods Art Building)

Date: April 15
Time: 6:30-9:30 pm! Place: Gateway Mall’s JCPenney

All students will receive a 40% discount on all regular, sale, and clearance priced professional attire.

Date:  April 20
Time: 1 pm
Place:   click here

Date:  April 20
Time:  5:30 pm
Place: Architecture Hall  Room: Link

Submission Deadline: April 23

College of Architecture Graduation Recognition Ceremony
Date: May. 4
Time: 6 pm
Place: Kimball Recital Hall , Room: Auditorium
EXTERNAL EVENTS:
A joint student and faculty panel and reception.

Date: April 4
Time:
3 pm- Student and faculty Fulbright experience panel
4 pm- Hors d'oeuvres reception
Place: Lied Commons

Date: April 4-7
Place: University of Central Oklahoma

Date: Oct. 11-13 in Place: Milwaukee

Date: June 21-23
Place: New York
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