We have noticed a high volume of prints being sent to the HP 1300 and Oce in Room 21 during mornings when there are studio critiques. If you are printing in the 24 hour lab the night before or morning of a schedule studio critique, please plan accordingly and send your print jobs earlier rather than later (i.e. before 5am for an 8am critique).
Keep in mind, there are no guarantees that any prints submitted to the 24 hour print lab will be completed during high-traffic periods due to the sheer volume in the que, exhausted paper and toner, or printer malfunction. Please be mindful of these possible issues as you budget your time for project completion.
- Matt Bukrey
This week we are featuring the work, process and content of another interior design studio, similar to a previous newsletter that highlighted work completed in IDES210. I believe it is good to keep everyone informed of the great work that is occurring in the studios.

The particular studio highlighted this week is IDES350. This studio course is for third year interior design students. Often taught by two faculty members, both sections this year are developing projects that foster healthy communities, although in different ways. Miyoung Hong’s section is doing an ambulatory center that will be addressed in a future update. Mark Hinchman’s section is doing a community-based performance center. More-
So far, we have seen student work and descriptions of various undergraduate studios, but this week I have the pleasure of introducing you to one of the Design Research studios at the M.Arch level, ARCH 510/610. It is the first of more to come. Associate Professor, Brian Kelly, explains his graduate studio titled “Studio Copy Right” as follows: More-
I just returned this week for the National ASLA Meeting in Philadelphia. It is always a good experience to attend national meetings of professional organizations because it gives you some insight into where the profession is thinking in relation to the different currents of influence in this day and age. Some of these currents include pragmatic execution information, the governance and maintenance of the profession, celebration of excellence in design, thought provoking issues facing the profession and insight into the culture and community of professional practice. I attended one panel discussion titled “1960’s and 1970’s Plazas: Restore, Remodel, Redo?” where different landscape architects discussed the political and professional challenges they faced when asked to address this question at Peavey Plaza in Minneapolis, City Hall Plaza in Boston and Love Plaza in Philadelphia. More-
Tracy Lungrin, associate director student experience, with UNL’s Career Services, met with students in the CRPL 900 “Professional Planning Practice” course to discuss résumé design, cover letter content, job searching strategies and job interviews for students and graduates seeking positions specifically in planning. Lungrin explained the range of services available through UNL’s Career Services and also engaged the Community and Regional Planning students in a lively discussion on many aspects of job searching that led to a better understanding among the students of how one should think about seeking employment in the early stages of one’s career.

Two student projects from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture have been honored with awards from the Society of American Registered Architects (SARA), National Design Awards 2018 program.

SARA recognized architecture students Danny Ortega and Rachel McCown with the Award of Honor for  “Searching for the Ineffable”  and
Hanna Schafers and Felix Chen with an Award of Honor for their project  “REMEMBRANCE” . Both projects originated from Mark Bacon’s studio. More-

AIAS Invites all students to participate in their Freedom by Design community service program. This year's client is The BAY. More-

NOMAs is seeking students AND faculty to display 'Architectural Diversity', either through presentations or exhibiting 2D & 3D works. 11/2 6:30-10pm at Crescent Moon Coffee House. 
Professor Rumiko Handa presented a paper titled “Locating the Memory of Political Genocide in the Tradition of Peace: Two Documentation Centers of Nazism in Germany” at the 16 th biennial conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, held in Coimbra, Portugal from October 4 to 7, hosted by the University of Coimbra. The theme of the conference was “The Politics of Tradition.” Her paper abstract is published in the conference program, and her paper is published in the IATE Working Paper Series (v. 296).

The Hult Prize is a start-up accelerator for impact entrepreneurship which brings together the brightest college and university students from around the globe to solve the world’s most pressing issues through pitching ideas and launching companies.

Registration Deadline: Nov. 11

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
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. 2
Time: 5 -7pm
Place: Architecture Hall ,  Room: New Crit Space

Date:  Nov. 9
Time:  4 pm
Place:  Richards Hall, Rm 15

UNL Research Fair
Date: Nov. 6-8

Student Holiday
Date: Nov. 21

UNL Holiday
Date: Nov. 22-23

UNL Commencement
Date: Dec. 14 & 15

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