I know some of you have questions regarding UNL's response to the possible emergence of the coronavirus in Nebraska. Chancellor Green's coronavirus update distributed last week detailed some of the measures being taken. Please know that within the college, we are working on contingencies should the coronavirus present itself for our students, faculty and staff. The CDC publishes preventative recommendations – good for all of us to follow to avoid the spread of any illness.
We are committed to the safety and well-being of our community in the college and to the exceptional education of our students. This is a rapidly changing environment and as we

Best - Kathy
The College of Architecture Shop and Media Center will be closed over spring break.
COA Shop and MC Spring Break Hours:
Sunday, March 22 – Saturday, March 28: CLOSED
Sunday, March 29: 1 -5 pm
As a friendly reminder, any student with a Papercut account can print to the Oce large format, HP 1500 color, Arch 23 Color, Arch 23 B&W and Ricoh 21 printers and use the laser cutters which are all available 24/7 in room 21.
AIA Nebraska Scholarships
Architecture Students:
Please find the link to apply to the AIA Nebraska Scholarships.

The application due date is Friday, March 13. I strongly encourage our students apply!! 
Registering for Fall Courses
As a reminder, priority registration for fall begins on March 30! You can identify your advisor by logging in to MYRED. You can also see your registration appointment time in MYRED.
Please schedule an appointment with your advisor by logging in to MYPLAN. (There is now a direct link available to MYPLAN at You will be able to see our calendars and can schedule an appointment on-line!
Please get in to see your advisor BEFORE March 30! 

-Stephanie Kuenning
Personnel and students required to sign up for two-factor authentication

The University of Nebraska is increasing online security for everyone, adding a second layer of protection to your account login process with a tool known as Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). With 2FA, users are sent a notification to their phone (tablet, keyfob token or office phone, etc) when logging into a service like email, MyRed, Canvas, or Firefly. Enhanced security will be the norm at the University of Nebraska, and we are encouraging everyone to get a head start in protecting their accounts with Two-factor Authentication, powered by Duo.

This new feature of protection will go into effect for the Lincoln campus on May 15. More-
Six students in the MCRP Program and three Community and Regional Planning faculty members attended the 2020 Nebraska Planning Conference in Kearney, Nebraska, last week. Also attending the conference on the opening day was Dean Katherine Ankerson, who co-hosted—with the Emerging Planners Group of the Nebraska Chapter of the American Planning Association—a social gathering that attracted the UNL student conference attendees, as well as several Nebraska practicing planners—many of them UNL MCRP alumni. The gathering was an excellent networking opportunity for the planning students, recent MCRP graduates and other planning practitioners from across Nebraska. More-
The College of Architecture in partnership with SGH Concepts and Dri-Design, has established a student scholarship competition for the fourth-year, undergraduate, architectural design studios. The scholarship recognizes student projects exemplifying outstanding design investigation, resolution and significance. This opportunity brings together aspiring architects and industry leaders to advance disciplinary knowledge of design, materiality and innovation.
Following the end-of-semester review, one project from each studio is selected to compete for the SGH Concepts and Dri-Design Scholarship. More-
Third-year, architecture student Ethan Weiche was recently named as one of the Rural Futures Institute’s student fellows. As a fellow, each student is paired with a community to work on issues of rural significance. For Weiche’s project, he will be working with Fairbury, Jefferson County, conducting a feasibility study to develop a job training program in partnership with the Fairbury Public School District and private sector employers to address labor shortages within Jefferson County. The goal is to graduate more high school seniors into career-ready or near career-ready positions in fields that have labor shortages throughout Nebraska. Projects will also address local housing gaps for high risk populations and clearly defined segments of housing shortages. More-
ASHED wins ACSA Design-Build award

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) awarded Associate Professor Jason Griffiths from the University of Nebraska’s College of Architecture a prestigious 2020 Architectural Education Award. Griffiths’ PLAIN Design Build Studio project titled “ASHED South Sioux City Community Orchard Facility” was one of only three projects to earn an award in the Design-Build category. With the competition’s 14 percent acceptance rate, Griffiths joins an elite cohort of educators honored this year by the ACSA. More-
Parents' Recognition Awards honor three from the College of Architecture

We are excited to announce Leslie Gonzalez, Zachary Tate Porter and Lloyd (Bud) Shenefelt were honored with a Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students at the 32nd annual Parents' Recognition Awards Ceremony held March 6th. More-
Check out the new competition and scholarship opportunities on our website or here on Canvas .

Note: Due to the numerous opportunities available, we are listing all content on our website. See links listed above for more details.
C heck out the College of Architecture website for new internship and job 

Plus, University of Nebraska Career Services encourages you to view a few of their new Full-Time job postings a t Handshake. Check them out!
A behind the scenes look at the Arch Hall renovation design process.
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Time: Noon
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Spring Break Career Development Workshops
Date: March 23 & 24
Register by March 13 here

Spring Break
March 22-29

PAC Prize
Deadline Date:
April 27
Time: Noon
Scholarships & Awards Ceremony
Date: April 17
Time: 5:30-8:00 pm
Place: Wick Alumni Center
Build-Up Week
Date: April 20-24

Final Reviews
Date: April 27-May 1
Final Exams
Date: May 4-8
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