Dean's Message,
Welcome to those of you who are new to Architecture Hall and welcome back to our returning students! We are eager to begin the new year with you and have high expectations for your learning and engagement. I encourage you to develop excellent habits that will enhance your learning from the very first day of the academic year. Advantage yourself of the opportunities afforded throughout the year, by saying "yes" to them and being involved. The professions you are entering have such high potential to affect people's lives for the better, and through acquiring knowledge and developing wisdom in application, you will make a difference!
Welcome back! As you finalize your fall schedule this week, please keep in mind that the last day to Drop/Add courses freely is Monday, August 29 th. The tuition refund schedule is listed below:
The last day to drop and receive a 100% refund is Monday, August 28 th
The last day to drop and received a 75% refund is Friday, September 1 st
The last day to drop and received a 50% refund is Friday, September 8 th
The last day to drop and receive a 25% refund is Friday, September 15 th
Keep in mind that dropping/adding courses can impact your graduation or full-time status. If you have a question about dropping/adding courses PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR ADVISOR!

- Stephanie Kuenning 
Beginning this semester, students can sign up for in the Workshop training and/or equipment Q & A on Tuesdays from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Students can sign up for Media Center training and/or equipment Q & A on Thursdays 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. General training topics will be set if by the shop manager if there are no specific student requests. Attendance numbers may be restricted based on student interest.

We have lots of new Media and Workshop information and policies, so please visit this link for complete details! 
The Kruger Gallery Opens Three Exhibitions for the Academic Year

Curiosities and Delights
As homage to the sixteenth century European cabinets of curiosity, the “Curiosities and Delights” exhibition has natural, cultural and scientific miniatures from the Kruger Collection.
Welcome to the 2017-2018 academic year! It is a season of fresh beginnings, full of new opportunities and exciting challenges. We hope you have a positive approach from day one as you are taking those steps to get you closer and closer to reaching your goals (and graduation).

As those steps take you into Architecture Hall this fall, you will see some new faces and hear some new voices. In the Architecture program, we welcome two new tenure-track assistant professors: Ellen Donnelly and David Newton. They will be playing an active role teaching in the third and fourth year studios while expanding their research, scholarship and creative activities through their lecture and seminar courses.
Welcome back Landscape Architecture program students and faculty! It is with great anticipation that I look out across this academic year. Faculty have been working diligently on developing course content, interesting project briefs, as well as field trips and jurors. Guest lectures and graphic workshops have been planned and designed to enhance the program’s teaching and learning activities. And the UNL – ASLA Student Chapter is actively planning a fundraiser, kayak trip and participation in the Great Plains – ASLA Conference. We are planning internships, education abroad, UCARE, independent studies and so much more. I expect we all will learn and grow lots this year. Have a wonderful and productive semester.
- Kim L. Wilson
Welcome back to the 2017-2018 school year! I hope that each of you had a great summer and are looking forward to a productive, enriching and fun fall semester. I would like to start off by welcoming our new interior design hire, Assistant Professor Miyoung Hong. Hong has spent the last couple of years teaching in the interior design program at North Dakota University as well as experience teaching at Purdue and earned a Ph.D. in Design Environments and the Arts from Arizona State University. Her research focus is on health and wellness and the interior built environment and the integration of evidence-based design. Hong will be teaching DSGN350 & IDES300 this fall. More-
With the excitement of an inspiring historic total solar eclipse to kick off fall semester, we welcome everyone back to campus and wish everyone a successful and rewarding 2017-2018 academic year!
The Master of Community and Regional Planning program this semester will be undergoing a periodic accreditation review by the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB), which accredits university programs in North America leading to bachelor’s and master’s degrees in planning. PAB standards for performance, integrity and quality are developed with input from the public and the PAB’s sponsoring organizations: the American Planning Association (APA); APA’s American Institute of Certified planners (AICP); and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP). More-
Even though most of our students were gone for the summer, we were far from idle. Our faculty and students were busy publishing their work, earning awards and doing outstanding community projects. We may be small but we are mighty and our reach is far. Check out what our faculty have been up to this summer! More-
Are you are blogger? Email us at and we may feature your blog! Check out the landscape architecture blog below:
Archreporter Features Student Work

The College of Architecture is pleased to announce Archreporter has just published two articles from our College of Architecture students. They featured Alex Moore and Adam Wiese’s project entitled "Off the Rails"  and Mason Christensen and Chris Reeh’s “Fragmented Data| an Information Literacy Center”! 

Both great reads!
The 2018 Active Living Research Annual Conference is accepting abstract submissions for presentations and workshops on the conference theme: "Future-Proofing Activity: Application Across Sectors." The submission deadline is August 24, find details here

The 106th ACSA Annual Meeting will be held March 15-17 in Denver, CO. The paper submission deadline is September 20 and the project submission deadline is November 15. Find information here

AIA "I Look Up" film challenge has been announced. Learn more here.


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!
Date: Aug. 30, 2017 Time: 4:50 pm
Place: Architecture Hall

Date: Sept. 15
Time: 4- 5 pm
Place:  Richards Hall, Room: 15

Date: Sept. 20
Time: 4–5 pm
Place: Nebraska Union, Auditorium

Date: September 21-22

Date: Sept. 29
Time: 8-3 pm
Place: College of Architecture