Dean's Message:
Did you know that architecture and design services are an export for the State of Nebraska? The firms in the state are among some of the most sought after in the nation and design projects throughout the world!
Similarly, the impactful contribution of the disciplines in our College of Architecture to the communities, organizations and economy of the State of Nebraska is measured in a variety of ways. The more tangible aspects are measured through the number of graduates who accept positions here in the state; or the number of hours our students and faculty contribute toward exploration of issues and identification of opportunities.
One recent example from last semester includes the architecture studio led by Associate Professor Steve Hardy, working collaboratively with the Lincoln Fire Department to analyze and prototype fire and rescue stations. An estimated 2,110 hours were calculated on this project including the professor and 12 students for the 7-week project. Examples like this occur in each discipline here in the College, and we take pride in the richness involved in helping communities and organizations envision and evaluate options for their future. Likewise, the meaningful contribution to our students’ professional preparation creates a win-win situation and one that is true to the Land Grant Mission of the University. 

Upcoming Deadline

If you are interested in applying for a summer study abroad program, the deadline is February 1 st  The college has three great summer programs including Barcelona, Paris and Ecuador. For more information on our faculty-led study abroad programs, visit with your adviser or browse . Visit to apply.

London 2019 Program (spring) Organizational Meeting 

If you intend to apply to the London 2019 Program, you should make every effort to attend this organizational meeting.

Formal applications to the London Program will be due on February 19 th

Date: Friday, Jan. 26 th
Time: at Noon
Place: Architecture Hall Gallery
Dr. Zhenghong Tang, associate professor of Community and Regional Planning, is one of the collaborators in a group of University of Nebraska‒Lincoln researchers who have banded together with the City of Lincoln, Nebraska, to help municipalities across the Midwest plan for climate change.

Projected climate changes have implications for public planning, utilities, city budgets and public health, particularly for vulnerable populations such as the young, elderly and poor. More-
UNL ASLA Student Chapter met this week to plan their spring semester and what an exciting semester it will be. They reached out to the Great Plains Chapter of the ASLA to coordinate a meeting where both the students and professionals will share their work. With LAAB accreditation on the horizon, they are looking forward to and planning on being a part of the three-day accreditation team site visit, March 12 th through 14 th . To build community, they are organizing an ice skating event for February 9 th . Finally, they will be organizing a lunch and learn focused on planting design or computer graphics. It is such a privilege to advise such a motivated and inspiring group of future leaders. 
– Kim Wilson
I hope you all have settled into your second semester schedules and all is going well. Do not hesitate to schedule an appointment with me or your adviser if there are any issues or guidance needed in order to acclimate to this semester’s courses.

I saw many of you attending our spring “Sandwich Social” & Student Organization fair we had on Tuesday. Getting involved in the various organizations is a great way to network and connect with peers who may have shared interests. More-
Continuing the pursuit of scholarship, more College of Architecture faculty are recognized for their research. Rumiko Handa recently received Grant-In-Aid funding and Zhenghong Tang and Dan Piatkowski were honored as Fellows. More-

The HDR scholarship committee will grant one $10,000 scholarship to an exceptional graduate-level student, preferably enrolled in an architecture, civil engineering, environmental engineering, electrical engineering or mechanical engineering program.

Submission Deadline: January 31

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

The AZ Awards is an international competition recognizing excellence in design. Entries are juried by a multidisciplinary panel of experts.
Earlybird Deadline: Feb. 1
Deadline for Submissions: Feb. 20

The APA has a scholarship called the Tom Cory Scholarship for students pursuing a career in Architecture. Tom Cory was a founding member of the APA and in his honor the APA developed this scholarship.

Submission Deadline: March 31

Walt Disney World internships provide students with experience in Landscape, Irrigation and Area Development (AD) design, specifically. AD includes themed paving, railings and site furnishings. Familiarity with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its application to the outdoor environment is important.  

Submission Deadline: Feb. 16

The internship program provides an elite group of outstanding students an opportunity to work alongside award-winning and industry-leading designers and practitioners for ten weeks starting on June 4th. Both undergraduate and graduate students advancing to their final year of study in an accredited landscape architecture program are encouraged to apply by

Submission Deadline: Feb. 12th

Urbanism, Infrastructure & Ecology at San Francisco’s Northern Waterfront
Aquatic Park sits at the confluence of geography and history, the connection of local and federal lands, and the coming together of commercial and civic uses—and it is challenged by aging infrastructure and the myriad demands of a dynamic city. SWA’s 2018 summer student program ventures into this complex territory to explore how design can create coherence and renew character for the future of this unique urban beach.
Submission Deadline: Feb. 23

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

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!
Place: Architecture Hall Gallery
Date: Tuesday evenings, Jan. 23, 30 & Feb. 6
Time:  6:30-8:30 pm

Hyde Lecture - Karen MCloskey
Date: Jan. 24
Time: 4 pm
Place: Nebraska Union Room:Auditorium

London 2019 Program (spring) Organizational Meeting 
Date: Jan. 26
Time: Noon
Place: Architecture Hall Gallery

CoA Scholarships Deadline
Date: Feb. 1
Time: 5 pm

Apply today to meet the deadline for CoA Scholarships. Click Here

First Friday Exhibit featuring the studios of Cruz Garcia & Nathalie Frankowski’s
Time: 5-10 pm
Date: Feb. 2
Place: Architecture Hall Gallery

Hyde Lecture - Nancy Wells
Date: Feb. 9
Time: 4 pm
Place: Nebraska Union
Date: Feb. 22– Feb. 23
Time: 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Place: Architecture Hall
Date: April 4-7
Place: University of Central Oklahoma
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