Today, we remember those who lost their lives in the 9/11 tragedy and those whose lives were changed forever. Significantly, we honor those who exhibited selfless bravery and compassion, and inspired others to do the same. Certainly for each of our professions and the built and designed environments, we note a significant pre- and post-9/11 difference in how we approach planning and design.

This week, students will have the opportunity to vote on the Student Advisory Board elected members; I am looking forward to our first meeting and the year ahead - we have much to accomplish!

Later this week, we initiate this year's Hyde Lecture series with our Hyde Chairs Cruz Garcia and Nathalie Frankowski!
Best regards,
Did you know that UNL offers academic success workshops to ALL undergraduate students for free? The workshops cover a variety of topics including TIME MANAGEMENT – which our advisors believe to be the most consistently covered topic we discuss in our individual advising sessions. If you need an extra push to help you become a better time manager – please consider attending one of these workshops: 
Other topics covered include: “Note Taking”, “Procrastination & Motivation”, and “Test Prep and Test Taking”.
Additionally, there are specific workshops for International Students that cover: “Connecting Reading & Lectures”, “Listening in Lectures”, and “Group Work”. 

- Stephanie Kuenning 
As a reminder, hours of operation for both the Media Shop and Workshop will be as follows:
Monday – Friday: 8 am to 8 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 1 to 5 pm
CoA Workshop
As a reminder, to purchase items, students must pay in the Media Shop and bring their receipt to the Workshop for a shop attendant to gather their materials. Students are not to take material from the metal rack next to the shop attendant’s desk. More-
HDR Community Planning and Urban Design Lead Doug Bisson, AICP, ENV SP was a guest speaker in the CRPL 900 Professional Planning Practice course on September 5. Doug earned his MCRP degree at UNL in 1992 after completing his BA at UNL in International Affairs with minors in geography, history, political science and Portuguese. Doug leads a team at HDR that provides community planning and urban design expertise to a wide range of clients nationwide.
Students and faculty benefit from UCARE! Katie Nimic and Rachel Reynolds, both second year landscape architecture students, are excited to be part of a year-long research project working alongside faculty this 2017-18 academic year. Katie is working with Professor De Almeida to collect and evaluate a series of domestic and international case studies that are testing and implementing unconventional strategies for tackling waste-related landscapes and handling productive waste materials. Rachel is working with Professor Wilson on a Rural Futures Institute Research and Engagement Grant to develop a place-making assessment and implementation tool to be used by rural communities who are working towards becoming more prosperous.  More-
The Interior Design program has embedded in its curriculum a 3-credit minimum internship experience. This internship typically occurs the summer between the students’ junior and senior year. Having had most of the curriculum complete, the students have learned to apply many key skills and methods to the design of the interior space, which allows them to have enriching hands-on, learning experiences and permits them to see their education applied in professional environments. In addition, this experience often gives our students motivation to complete their senior year with a renewed sense of purpose and high achieving goals to find jobs that they are passionate about and teams that they are eager to join.  More-
Professor Jeffrey L. Day in collaboration with SO-IL have been selected to design an exciting new complex in North Omaha: Lake Street Artist Lofts. The live-work and commercial project is a partnership between the Union for Contemporary Art, the Omaha Economic Development Corp and the City of Omaha. Research, planning and conceptual design is funded by an Our Town grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. More-

ASID/IIDA is having their Kick-off Meeting next Wednesday, September 13th in the Gallery at 4:50pm. There will be free pizza and information on ASID & IIDA and how to become a member.

Get involved!

Check out all of our College of Architecture student organizations here.

The call for entries for the FORM Student Innovation Competition by Formica Corp. officially opens on September 5. Architecture and design students are invited to create design renderings using Formica® Brand products for the opportunity to win cash prizes and a public exhibit showcasing their work.          

Submission Deadline: Nov. 10 th

The  GSA  invites students in architecture, landscape, and urban design programs to envision a design intervention that activates the New  San Francisco   Federal Building plaza."

Submission Deadline: Nov. 22

The ACSA meeting will be held March 15-17 in Denver, CO.

Paper Submission Deadline: Sept. 20

Project submission deadline: Nov. 15

AIA film challenge has been announced. Don't miss out!

The Collaboration Initiative is designed to help University of Nebraska researchers become more competitive for extramural funding by helping foster meaningful collaborations that leverage the full intellectual capacity of faculty across the campuses.

· Arts & Humanities Research Enhancement Program
Application Deadline: Oct. 27

· Layman New Directions Awards
Application Deadline: Nov. 10

· Layman Seed Awards
Application Deadline: Nov. 10

· Biomedical Research Seed Grants
Application Deadline: Accepted on a
rolling basis.

· Revision Awards
Application Deadline: Accepted are accepted on a rolling basis.

· Distinguished Lecturer
Application Deadline: Oct. 13 for
visits proposed to occur between Jan 1 and June 30, 2018.

· Faculty Seed Grants
Application Deadline: Oct. 13

· Grants-in-Aid
Application Deadline: Oct. 13
· Interdisciplinary Grants
Application Deadline: Oct. 13

· Symposia
Application Deadline: Oct. 13 for events
proposed to occur between Jan. 1 and June 30, 2018.

· Visiting Scholar
Application Deadline: Oct. 13 for
visits proposed to occur between Jan. 1 and June 30, 2018.

For more information about these programs or to access the requests for applications, click here.


Check out the College of Architecture website for additional internship and job  opportunities
Plus, University of Nebraska Career Services encourages you to view a few of their new  Full-Time job postings at Husker Hire Link (HHL). Check them out!
Date: Sept. 11
Time: 5:30-7pm
Place: 2225 Lake St, Omaha, NE 68110

Date: Sept. 13
Time: 4:50 pm
Place: Arch Gallery

Date : Sept. 15
Time: 4 - 5 pm
Place:  Richards Hall, Room: 15

PARK(ing) Day 2017
Date: Sept. 15
Time: 9 – 5 pm
Place: P Street in Lincoln (between 11th & 14th Street)

Date: Sept. 20
Time: 4 – 5 pm
Place: Nebraska Union, Auditorium

Date: Sept. 21-22

Date: Sept. 29
Time: 8 am - 3 pm
Place: College of Architecture

Date: Oct. 5
Time: 4:30 –5:30 pm
Place: Gallery 1516
1516 Leavenworth Street
Omaha, NE 68102

Date: Oct. 9
Time: 11:30 am - 1 pm
Place: Architecture Hall Room: Kruger Collection

Date: Oct. 11
Time: 4 – 5 pm
Place: Sheldon Museum of Art Room: Auditorium

Date: Oct. 25
Time: 4 - 5 pm
Place: Nebraska Union, Room: Auditorium
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