Message from the Dean:

Resilience is an important attribute for each of us and is bolstered by caring and supportive relationships. Resilience is precious as it allows us to bounce back from stressful and challenging life events. How do we build resiliency? One way is by making connections and living in community. Another is to take care of yourself, making sure you eat nutritiously, get some exercise and not depriving your body and mind of sleep. Resilience is not an attribute we are each born with, rather, it is something developed over time by learning strategies and through conscious decisions.

Highly stressful events happen, but they are not insurmountable. Remember, when you come across people who have high levels of resilience, those are most likely people who have faced multiple and often significant challenges in their lives and have built up their resilience.

Let’s continue to treat each other with kindness and respect. Structure comments to be constructive and positive, building on the strengths of an idea or proposal. Don’t underestimate the power of an encouraging word and a smile, each goes a long way in building relationships and supporting each other.

Study Abroad
The College of Architecture will be holding our annual Study Abroad informational meeting on FRIDAY, November 16 th from Noon-1:00 p.m. in the Architecture Hall Gallery. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED.
If you are interested in participating in one of our abroad opportunities in summer 2019, fall 2019 or spring 2020, please be sure to attend. There will be a sign-up sheet circulating at the meeting.
The speaker lineup will include:
China/Mark Hoistad – Fall 2019
London/Peter Olshavsky – Spring 2020
Barcelona/Brian Kelly – Summer 2019
We hope you will be able to attend this important meeting!

- Stephanie Kuenning
Heating Maintenance Notice
We wanted to bring an upcoming building maintenance project to your attention. Facilities will be working on the heating system in Architecture Hall West starting Tuesday evening (November 13th). You may experience a reduction in heat as early as Tuesday evening and into Wednesday morning especially in the area of the stacks. Please prepare for this outage by layering with extra clothing during those times. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Library Survey
Thank you to those who have participated in the Architecture Library Use survey! Students - if you haven’t yet, look for the email from November 8 with the link. We want as much participation as possible to inform our choices and plans.

You may have noticed the OOMF phone chargers on the entry level of the Link. Please make use of these portable phone charging elements as needed. 
This semester, students in IDES 301: Material Applications have memberships to NE Innovation Studio where the later two-thirds of the class is held. The students are doing a series of projects focused on designing and fabricating custom interior materials and space-making elements. These making projects explore the impact and creative capacity embedded in custom material fabrication, with the goal of helping students becoming stronger designers as they intensify their level of authorship on a project. More-
As history tells us, architectural ideas and tendencies tend to cycle through periods. At mid-century, the dominant thinking was “form follows function.” Circa 1980, the postmodern movement reversed that formula to “function follows form.” Whereas the dogmas of high modernism foregrounded research and process at the expense of form, postmodernism debunked the scientific rationale behind a simplistic functionalism. More-
Collaboration, in its various forms, inter, intra, trans, is in vogue everywhere these days. It has become an omnipresent requirement, but collaboration for collaboration’s sake is often not collaboration at all. How one builds a culture of collaboration is a question of great interest to the university. As researchers are grappling with more complex issues, the need to assemble multidisciplinary teams is becoming a necessary new normal. This reality, reinforced by the growing requirements in grant applications for multidisciplinary teams, is proving to be a challenge for a scientific community that has never been particularly collaborative in the past. While working teams is a model that has a long history in the design community, the growing complexity of urban projects and the pursuit of a sustainable future is requiring the formation of new alliances with a growing array of new disciplines. More-
Alumnus Doug Bisson, MCRP 1992, vice president and community planning manager in the Omaha office of HDR, met with students in the CRPL 900 Professional Planning Practice course last week. Bisson presented brief summaries and illustrations of a multitude of community planning projects that he and his planning team had worked on during the past year. The broad range of projects in which he was the coordinating planner clearly showed the wide variety of work that his group has pursued, as well as the fast pace of consulting practice. More-
M.Arch graduate Evan Wermers presented his thesis project as part of the CRIT Scholar program Saturday Nov 03 at Lawrence Tech University in Southfield, MI. This presentation was the culmination of his award and project funding through the AIAS research program.

For 2019, HDR is awarding scholarships ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 to students that are, or will be, enrolled in graduate programs (applicant must have graduated by the end of Spring Semester 2019). In addition to these scholarships, the awardees are also offered a guaranteed paid internship.

Submission Deadline: Nov. 16

Submission Deadline: December 15th (Spring) and June 15th (Fall)

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

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

Submission Deadline: Feb. 04

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
Bedrock’s Architecture
Bedrock’s Architecture Team is currently seeking 2 winter semester interns in 2019 (Full time - 40 hours per week).

The internship would last the entire semester (January 7th 2019 – April 27th 2019).
Date Posted: Oct 29

Date Posted: Oct 30

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!
Date: Nov 13
Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm
Q&A to follow
Place: UNL Durham School, Room 188
Food and drinks provided

Study Abroad Meeting
Date: Nov. 16
Time: Noon-1 pm Place: Architecture Hall, Gallery

Project 2018
Date: Nov. 16
Time: 5 pm
Place: Architecture Hall ,  Room: New Crit Space

Student Holiday
Date: Nov. 21
Note: Shop and Media Center open 8-5 on Wednesday; 1-5 on Sunday Nov. 25

UNL Holiday
Date: Nov. 22-23

Chancellor Green Visit
Date: November 28

UNL Commencement
Date: Dec. 14 & 15

UNL Holiday Break
Date: Dec. 24-Jan. 1
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