We are looking forward to Chancellor Green's visit to our college on Wednesday!
Portfolio Workshop – TODAY!
The Career Fair will be held February 21 st and 22 nd this spring semester. In preparation for the event, the college will be holding a portfolio workshop today! Faculty and members of the professional community will be leading the workshop. Students from all majors are invited to attend.
Monday, November 26 th
Noon – 1pm
In the Gallery
There will be Lunch!

-Stephanie Kuenning
It is the time of the semester for course evaluations. Course evaluations are intended to provide thoughtful and constructive feedback on a variety of aspects of a course. Each course is required to conduct course evaluations, and we want you to be aware of the process so we ensure maximum participation of students.

Your professor may send you the link, or include the link to the course evaluation on the Canvas announcements page. Additionally, each professor is asked to arrange a time with our Dean's office staff for a person not associated with the instruction of the class (not a GTA or one of the professors who should all be out of the room while evaluations are being completed) to administer the evaluations in person. What will this mean? If the course is team-taught, it is important that each faculty member receive feedback on their contributions. The staff member will bring paper copies of the form and one faculty member will be addressed through the online course evaluation form while the other through the paper form.

You are to complete the course evaluations individually, and provide your feedback on the course. Course evaluations come to the college, program, and faculty members after grades are submitted. These evaluations are important tools and information provided is carefully considered.
Media Center Services during build up and finals week
Media Center Hours: 
Monday – Friday 8 am – 8 pm
Sunday 1 pm – 5 pm
*** Print submissions are accepted 24/7 by filling out a print form located outside of the Media Shop door submitting through the mail slot. ***

** Prints submitted in the mail slot take precedent over all walk-in prints at the start of the business day. **

* During high-volume times, the Media Shop door may close at 6 pm to process prints submitted before the same-day completion cut-off time. *
Regarding final review printing, due to anticipated higher volume of printing for finals, we are asking students and faculty to submit all prints no later than 24 hours prior to the crit and before 6 pm to guarantee prints are done on time
Any prints turned in and paid for before 6 pm will be available the same day or available for pick up in room 21 afterhours (barring unforeseen circumstances). Anything turned in after 6 pm is not guaranteed until the following day.
As a friendly reminder, any student with a Papercut account can print to the Oce large format, HP 1300 plotter, Arch 23 Color, Arch 23 B&W and Ricoh 21 printers which are available 24/7 in room 21.
A 24 hour Laser Cutting Reservation Sheet for “Build Up Week” will be available for sign up in the Media Center.
- Matt Bukrey
Welcome back! I hope you all had a festive and restful holiday with friends and family. As we gear up for the end of semester, I know that you will all be working hard to make that final last push. In this, organization and time management skills are critical. Be sure to get enough sleep every night so that during the day, and in all your classes, you optimize productivity. It’s also good to take breaks and here I suggest that you visit the Sheldon Museum of Art. It is a gem right here on campus. Designed by the architect Philip Johnson, the Sheldon has an impressive collection of artwork, and right now, there is an extraordinary exhibition of photographs, paintings and sculptures, on the second floor. Titled “Approaching Landscapes,” the exhibition is a visual feast for the eyes on the shape, composition and non-composition of things in the age of the Anthropocene. As architects, it is important to continuously improve our visual literacy, and a good way to do so is to take a break from our busy lives and visit the museum next door.
First, a moment to celebrate a national recognition for the MSID Program! The Masters of Science in Architecture – Specialization in Interior Design program was recently ranked fifth Best Master’s in Interior Design Programs for 2019 by Additionally, the MSID Program earned the added distinction of Best Faculty. This recognition speaks to the dedication of our online graduate students and our faculty for often going above and beyond to foster and mentor our students in their pursuit of an advanced degree through academic research. I think it is important to note the third highest graduation rate when compared to our fellow top eight recognized programs. Take a look!   More-
With Thanksgiving holiday behind us, the end of the semester is just around the corner. A lot needs to be accomplished in a short period of time. It can seem like an insurmountable hill that needs to be climbed. You can do it, but you need to schedule your time and have a plan before you get started. Included in this schedule should be sleep every night. It is not healthy and counterproductive to do all-nighters. There are lots of decisions that need to be made during this final push. Your productivity and ability to make decisions drops dramatically without you realizing it, when you are sleep deprived. More-
Community and Regional Planning students recently enjoyed an up-close look at the Lincoln/Lancaster County Planning Department’s offices and received a warm welcome from Planning Director David Cary, AICP, and Long Range Planning Manager Paul Barnes, AICP. Cary and Barnes led a tour of the Planning Department offices for the dozen graduate-level planning students enrolled in the CRPL 900 Professional Planning Practice course. More-

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
LOI Design Group
Date Posted Nov. 01

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!
Portfolio Workshop
Date: Nov. 26
Time: 12-1 pm
Place: Center Gallery
Planning Open House
Learn about the MCRP program, meet faculty and students!
Date: Nov. 26
Time: 6-7 pm
Place: Center Gallery
Pancake Man
Date: Nov. 27
Time: 7-9pm 
Place: Link
Free Pancakes!
Popcorn Bar & Puppies
Date: Nov. 28
Time: 7-9pm 
Hot Chocolate & Coffee
Date: Nov. 29
Time: 9-5pm

Chancellor Green Visit
Date: Nov. 28

UNL Commencement
Date: Dec. 14 & 15

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