WANTED: Leaders, Change Agents and Pathfinders who want to make a difference in their communities!
Are you the type of person who sees opportunities and says “ why isn’t this happening in my community? ” Then your assignment, if you choose to accept it, is to take action and visit the College of Architecture’s advising office today! A master’s degree in planning is your next step to an exciting and impactful future! Speak to our recruiters about how you can apply or possibly double major in planning. Exciting careers in private and public arenas await you. Be a superhero in your community, (Clark Kent glasses optional).

Contact Dana McIntyre at for more information.
COA Shop and Media Center Hours for Spring Semester 2019

Monday – Friday 8 am – 8 pm
Sunday 1-5 pm

(Holidays and student breaks may affect these hours)
In commemoration of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s 150th year, the Center for Civic Engagement has challenged the university community to grow its helping handprint.
The Husker Civic Challenge is encouraging students, staff, faculty, alumni and friends of the university to record more than 1.5 million service hours during 2019.

As College of Architecture students, faculty and staff civic engagement is very much a part of the fabric of who we are. We volunteer in countless ways and have such an incredible impact in communities across Nebraska and beyond. However in order to quantify our community impact the university is asking for your help in capturing that data. The university is using GivePulse, a civic service tracking website, to record service hours. Any person who wants to log hours toward the challenge can register with the site at .
There are not a lot of specific events to report this week, so I will update all of you on the projects that have begun in our second through fourth year studios. Second year studio started the first of three projects this semester. To begin they are looking into rituals of a hobbyist and spatial needs to facilitate the act of a retreating and engaging. The project is a cross-study between necessities of living and the intersection of program, object and experience. Third year will be doing two projects this semester. More-
The College Career Fair is right around the corner next month and the students are busy uploading their material on the university career services “Handshake” site. It is a hectic and stressful time for some, but at the same time an exciting one. The start of one’s professional career, one you have worked many years to get ready for, is a big moment in life. Special thanks to all those potential employers coming next month to interview our students . More-
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:
Assistant Professor Daniel Piatkowski presented two papers last week at the Transportation Research Board Annual conference ( ): 
1) 2019. Rebentisch, Hannah. Rania Wasfi, Daniel Piatkowski, & Kevin Manaugh. “Safe Streets for all? A Longitudinal analysis of the infrastructural response to pedestrian and cycling injuries and fatalities between 2009 and 2018 in New York City”. Transportation Research Record. Accepted for Publication. This paper was a collaboration with McGill University colleagues.

2) 2019. Piatkowski, Daniel. “Autonomous Shuttles: What do users expect and how will they use them” is under review. This paper is a study of the autonomous shuttle program here in Lincoln in Summer 2018.

MOA offers an annual architectural scholarship and paid summer internship award to students in accredited architectural programs.

Submission Deadline: Jan 1- 31

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

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 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
Graphics & Communications
Do you have excellent graphics and strong command of Adobe Suites? We are searching for a student to assist in graphics and communications (approx 6 hrs per week) for spring semester. If interested, send a resume and example of your work to Kerry (

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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!
Nebraska Outdoor Recreation Survey Request for Participation:

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is updating the State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan (SCORP) and needs your help! We want to learn about the outdoor recreation resources you use, what you’d like to see expanded, and the factors that have limited your participation in outdoor recreation. The SCORP must be updated and submitted to the National Park Service every five years to maintain eligibility for Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) Stateside Assistance Program funding. One important component of this plan is understanding the demand for outdoor recreation in Nebraska. To be inclusive of all demographics within the state, we’ve created this brief survey to help us understand the outdoor recreation preferences among college aged students. Your participation is vital because it will be used to help guide the Action Plan for Nebraska and set priorities for LWCF grant funding for communities planning for future outdoor recreational opportunities. Please click the link below to fill out this 5-minute survey.
M.ARCH Applications Due
Date: Feb. 1
Time: 5 pm

Date: Feb. 1
Time: 5 pm
Apply today to meet the deadline for CoA Scholarships.

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.

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

Date: Feb. 21, 2019 – Feb. 22, 2019
Time: 8 am–5 pm Place: Architecture Hall
January Submission Deadlines listed here:
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