Dean's Message:
As we complete this semester, my best wishes for you to finish strong in your final exams and to enjoy a well-deserved semester break. To those graduating in less than a week, congratulations!

I was present for many of the reviews this past week and am proud of your work and the depth of your consideration, and your articulation of process and proposal. Well done.

My heartfelt warm wishes to you for the coming holiday and break.

Official grades are recorded in MYRED, not Blackboard or Canvas. All faculty will submit final grades for courses in MYRED. Final processing for grades from the semester should be completed approximately one week after the end of the term (by December 22 nd for fall 2017 courses.) 
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-Stephanie Kuenning
After an exciting and energetic week of reviews, I want to wish you all the best as you finish out the semester with finals week and the projects, exams and papers that will conclude this fall’s semester. It has been a great one for the Architecture program as evidenced by the work we have seen displayed around the college.
Enjoy your break – sleep, eat, travel safely, and have the happiest of holidays! See you in 2018!
-Sharon Kuska
We made it! The last week of fall 2017 has arrived (and so has the cold weather). Thanks to all, students, staff and faculty, for the hard work, patience and support for a successful critique week. It was with great pride that I got to be part of second, third and fourth year Collaborate studio reviews. As the work was pinned up and I was able to hear you present your design intentions to various juries, I saw all your hard work pay off and manifest themselves into bold, confident and innovative solutions that challenge norms and aim to make the places and spaces we live in the best they can be. I find that the end of semester studio reviews are a great opportunity to take a minute and reflect, acknowledge and appreciate all the growth that has occurred over the course of 16 weeks…and of course set goals and objectives to build upon in the upcoming spring semester.

From all of us in the Interior Design program, we wish all of you a wonderful break and a happy new year! - Lindsey Bahe
As end-of-semester stress mounted, several Community and Regional Planning students gathered following a recent meeting of the Student Planning Association of Nebraska (SPAN) to release some of the tension by enjoying pizza and playing a couple of board games.

With the end of the semester now in sight, the planning students and faculty wish everyone a relaxing winter break and a joyous holiday season!
-Gordon Scholz
Congratulations to all those students and faculty who participated in final reviews last week. And we wish the best to Professor De Almeida’s third year design studio as they make their final trip to Gering to present eight innovative designs for a park to the city council. To everyone, safe travels and happy holidays.  -Kim L. Wilson
CRP's Dan Piatkowski is offering a course on Sustainable Planning for the spring semester. The class will allow students to learn all aspects of sustainability on campus and make their own sustainability plan. CRPL 495/895 is now open for all students to enroll in on Myred.
Alum and Lecturer Zoë Cope received some international recognition for her work this past week. Her work was selected for inclusion in the international Drawing of the Year exhibition called "Personal Utopias" at the Arkitekskolen Aarhus in Denmark. Plus, Cope was given honorable mention in the International IS.Arch student awards for Project of the Year.

AIAS Forum 2017
Date: Dec. 29 - Jan. 1
(all day event)
Place: Austin, TX

For more information on these AIAS events, email

The graduate student competition is run by HUD. It brings together students from different disciplines including architecture, planning, policy, real estate, business and others to collaboratively provide a real-world solutions. The finalists receive a cash prize of $20,000 for first place.

Teams must comprise three to five students, plus one faculty adviser. Visit their  website  for more information regarding the competition and eligibility.

Registration Opens : Oct. 2
Registration Deadline:  Dec. 11

“When Architecture Tells a Story”
The competition is open to all architects, designers, writers, and artists to submit own unique architectural fairy tale.


The American Concrete Institute (ACI)-Nebraska chapter is now accepting applications for undergraduate and graduate $1,500 scholarship awards. 

Submission Deadline:  Dec. 15

Named in honor of retired MOA ARCHITECTURE founding principal Kiyoshi Murata, this award was established to recognize and reward entering fifth year, or graduate level students who will be returning to school in Fall 2018. This Scholarship + Internship is specifically intended for students who demonstrate their passion for architecture, high academic achievement and design ability.

One student will be selected to receive $10,000 to be applied toward university tuition and fees, and a paid internship with ZGF.

Submission Deadline: Feb. 1

Landscape Architecture Foundation has several scholarships for landscape architecture students.

Submission deadline: Feb. 1


Beyond School Bells and Nebraska Innovation Studio are seeking applications for Innovation Fellows. The 2018 Innovation Fellows will be selected from talented undergraduates with interest and expertise in the following areas: Art, Design, Curriculum Development etc.

Submission deadline: Jan. 15

For this internship, you must be able to work part-time up to 24 hours a pay period during the school year. This position is designed to prepare a student trainee for employment after graduation as an Engineer. Interns will be assigned tasks designed to increase familiarity with the target occupation in a real world work environment. 

Submission deadline: Dec. 11 by 11:59pm (EST)

Design Workshop, is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for their summer internship program for students pursuing degrees in landscape architecture, urban design and/or planning as well as recent graduates. Design Workshop requires applicants to apply through our online Employment Application.

Submission Deadline: Jan. 12 at 11:59pm MST.

Conservation Design Forum is offering talented landscape architecture students and recent graduates a paid internship position in our Lombard, Illinois office. Please refer to the attached files for details.

Submission Deadline: Feb. 23

EDSA internships provide landscape architecture students an exclusive and exciting opportunity to gain insight into their intended field, strengthen their leadership skills and introduce them to real life projects being designed for real people.

Submission Deadline: Jan. 15

Energy Sciences Research – Summer Internship for Undergraduates.  

Fallingwater, the architectural masterwork designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, seeks applications for its Fallingwater Landscape Internship Program. This full-time summer residency intern will interact with
Fallingwater’s horticulture specialist, maintenance department, visiting consultants, and vendors while working in and around the house museum environment.

Submission Deadline: March 15

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)   and this weeks abbreviated   Bulletin List. Check them out!
Finals Week
Date : Dec. 11-15

Graduate Commencement Ceremony
Date : Dec. 15
Time : 3 pm
Place : Pinnacle Bank Arena

Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony
Date : Dec. 16
Time : 9:30 am
Place : Pinnacle Bank Arena

UNL Offices Closed
Date : Dec 25-Jan 1

Date: Jan. 17th
Time: 4- 5:30pm
Place:  University Suites Multipurpose Room
Student Registration:  

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