Writing, Math & Physics Help!
The Writing Center offers “consultants who work with writers at all levels, from all disciplines, at all stages of the writing process. Whether you are brainstorming or organizing ideas or polishing a final draft, we look forward to discussing your writing with you. All forms of communication are welcome, from essays, lab reports and research papers to presentations, speeches, cover letters and personal statements.” Check out their site for instructions on how to meet with a consultant:
The Math Resource Center is a free tutoring service and is the primary facility for undergrad students who have questions about any pre-calculus or calculus course offered at UNL. No appointments are necessary! See their website for hours.
The Physics Resource Room offers assistance with introductory physics courses (including PHYS 151!) during the fall and spring semesters. Graduate students provide tutoring and homework help. Check out their site for their hours:
Please remember, students in the College of Architecture must receive a grade of C or better to pass calculus and English composition. And architecture students must receive a grade of C or better to pass physics. (Interior design students using physics for their natural science elective must also pass physics with a C or better.)
We find ourselves in the fourth week of the semester and welcoming the month of February. As I am sure you are all aware, the Career Fair is just around the corner. It is a very important experience and great opportunity for our third and fourth year students. One group setting their sights on the required summer internship, the other taking those first steps towards becoming successful, employed professionals. I know that on top of your full course loads, refining your portfolio is persistently on your mind. Please feel free to email me and set up a time to review/edit your portfolio if you wish. I would be more than happy to work through any questions you might have. More-
As I write this piece and we shiver our way through the fourth week of the ‘spring’ semester, my thoughts of the spring seem very far away. Despite the lingering effects of our cold and snowy January, everyone is hard at work. Professor Cathy DeAlmeida has finished all her submissions for the CELA conference in March and Professor Sarah Karle is busy with her involvement in the university peer review on teaching work. Everyone in the college is also busy in their subcommittees with the latest strategic planning effort facilitated by Academic Leadership Associates. My committee is focused on external relations. Thinking about how the college can expand both its reach outside the college and participation from outside the college inside the college. More-
General Meeting
Date: Feb 8
Time: Noon
Place:  Arch Hall, Room 305
Film Screening: Paris is Burning
Date: Feb 10
Time: TBA
Place: Arch Hall, Rm 127
General Meeting
Date: Feb 26
Time: Noon
Place: Arch Hall, Rm 305
Date: March 1
Time: TBA
Place: Arch Hall, Rm 233 (Fishbowl)
Welcome to a brave new semester. As a college we will face refreshed challenges in the form of new classes and studios. To aid in these efforts, Tau Sigma Delta is excited to announce the re-launch of the ASK Help Desk.
The ASK help desk exists to help students realize their designs. ASK has assembled a panel of tutors who have skills ranging from digital modeling to presentation ability. The new ASK Help Desk format will directly match a volunteer tutor to a student in need of help. Tutors and students will set up a time and place to meet that is convenient for both.
For more information about the ASK Help Desk and the subjects it covers, please see the attached poster. If you need help from the ASK help desk, please email your question to:
The Executive Vice Chancellor’s office has selected Associate Professor David Karle along with 27 other faculty members to participate in the new Faculty Leadership in Academia: From Inspiration to Reality program.

Participants will focus on learning about and preparing for potential leadership opportunities.
Congratulations David Karle!
Students to Present at National Conference on Undergraduate Research
Chosen from more than 4,000 submissions, seven College of Architecture students were selected to present their research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research , held at Kennesaw State University, GA, on April 10-13, 2019.
The presenters are:
  • Ashley Glesinger, ARCH, supervised by Rumiko Handa "Political Impacts on the Built Environment in Berlin". 
  • Annie Mimick, IDES; Ashlynn Engelhard, IDES; and Savannah Scoville, IDES, supervised by Miyoung Hong "Taking Care of Business: A Post Occupancy Evaluation of Learning Spaces in the College of Business".
  • Mikkina McGerr, IDES; Tara Grebe, ARCH; and Tiffany Schweer, ARCH, supervised by Erica DeFrain (University Libraries) "Learning in the Library: Student Use of a Traditional Study Space"

Student Receives 2019 Richard T Delorm Undergraduate Scholarship
Will Dendinger was selected as the 2019 Richard T Delorm Undergraduate Scholarship winner by the ACI Nebraska Chapter Education Committee. The scholarship was awarded on the basis of demonstrated interest and ability to work in the field of concrete construction or design . Congratulations Will Dendinger !

Calling All Grad Students! Announcing the 2019 HUD Innovation in Affordable Housing Student Design and Planning Competition

Submission Deadline: Feb 04

Now in its 9th year, the AZ Awards is AZURE’s international competition celebrating the best in architecture and design from around the world. $5,000 cash prize.

Submission Deadline: Feb 19

This competition is designed to identify innovative thinking and innovative solutions to problems, featuring construction projects capable of concrete realisation which use textiles or textile-reinforced materials.

Registration Deadline: Feb 24

The National Precast Concrete Association Foundation (NPCAF) Scholarship program provides undergraduate and graduate scholarships to students pursuing degrees in fields related to construction. These can include: engineering, architecture, construction management, business, sustainable building management, and more.
The recipients of the NPCAF undergraduate scholarship can receive up to $14,500 for four years. Recipients of the Daneen S. Barbour Graduate Scholarship can receive up to $3000 cash per academic year.

Submission Deadline: March 15

An annual program that supports independent travel and research for students and recent graduates in architecture, architectural history, and urban studies.
Submission Deadline:  April 21

Requirements: US citizen, at least 17 years old, GPA of 3.0+, enrolled or accepted into one of the following disciplines: Fashion/Art/Design, Geology/Earth/Natural Sciences, Fabrication/Engineering.

Award: $1000

Submission Deadline: Dec 15th (spring) and June 15th (fall)

The Society of American Registered Architects celebrates design excellence in architecture and design through the SARAs, an annual National Design Awards Program which attracts entries from across the country and around the world from individuals, firms and students of architecture and allied disciplines.

Submission Deadline: Aug 3

The Society of American Registered Architects / NY celebrates design excellence in architecture and design through the SARA-NY annual design awards program which attracts entries from across the country from individuals, firms and students of architecture and allied disciplines.

Registration Deadline: March 7
The Jonah Engler Scholarship has been established to create visions for the future of Charitable giving. For Jonah, Charity has always been about “touch and feel” first, and technology second.
Scholarship Amount: $1000

Submission Deadline: Dec 1
The Clark-Enersen Partners
Interior Designer – KC, Full-Time
Date Posted: Jan. 28

LiveBy GIS
Date Posted: Dec. 10

C heck out the College of Architecture website for additional internship and job 

Plus, University of Nebraska Career Services encourages you to view a few of their new Full-Time job postings at Handshake. Check them out!
Thesis Reviews
Date: Feb. 5
Place: Gallery
Time: 9 am to noon and 1- 5 pm.

Date: Feb. 6
Place: Anthony’s Steak House (7220 F. Street, Omaha, NE)
Time: 12–1pm
Date: Feb. 7
The Cornhusker Hotel (333 S. 13th Street, Lincoln, NE)
Time: 12-1pm
AIA Credit: 1 ECU

Rockin the Runway
Date: Feb. 7
Time: 4 - 8 pm
Place: Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium

Date: Feb. 7
Time: 3:30 pm
Place: Sheldon Art Museum Auditorium

Date: Feb. 8
Time: 4 pm
Place: Nebraska Union

Nebraska Lectures: Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series presents “Building Nebraska U: The Saga of University Hall and the Origins of the Modern University”

Date: Feb. 12
Time: 4:30 pm
Place: Nebraska Champions Club.

It will be led by Kay Logan-Peters.

Faculty Panel Lunch and Learn: Impactful Projects Start with Strong Partnerships

Date: Feb. 15
Time: 12-12:50 pm
Place: Architecture
Hall Gallery
Light lunch

Date: Feb. 21 – 22
Time: 8 am–5 pm
January Submission Deadlines listed here :

Hyde Lecture -
Kimberly Garza
Date: March 1
Time: 4 pm
Place: Richards Hall, Rm 15.

Scholarship & Awards Ceremony
Date: April 12
Time: 5:30 pm

Graduation Recognition Ceremony
Date: May 3
Time: 6:00 pm
Place: Kimball Hall
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