Final Reminder:  Teaching Assistant Applications for Fall 2017 are due to Stephanie Kuenning Wednesday, February 1st.  Click here for TA application.

Final Reminder:  Applications for College of Architecture Scholarships are due Wednesday, February 1st.  For more information about Scholarship Applications click on this link.   

Tau Sigma Delta

Having issues modeling your project? Need help with digital workflow?
Tau Sigma Delta's Digital Design Help Desk is every Wednesday in the Barn from 7pm - 10pm. Open to all students, TSD members are available to help you with any questions or issues relating to design software, including Revit, Rhino, AutoCad, Adobe Suites and more!

Professor Jeffrey L. Day’s Emerging Voices lecture is now available on the Architectural League’s website along with a transcript of the post-lecture dinner conversation. Check it out!  

Assistant Professor Dan Piatkowski presented a paper for which he was a co-author, “Bicycle Backlash: Qualitative Examination of Aggressive Driver-Bicyclist Interactions,” at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) in Washington, D.C.  
Red Cloud, Nebraska, here we come! The third- and fourth-year vertical Landscape Architecture studio is eager to travel to Red Cloud this Thursday and Friday to kick-off their “real project” - the development of a regional heritage tourism plan. With Red Cloud, located at the center of the study, the regional plan extends north to I-80, south to I-70 (Kansas), east to Lincoln and west to McCook. During their first site visit students will meet with local and regional stakeholders to describe the project process, scope and schedule, as well as present their research focused on cultural heritage tourism. Stakeholders will share their vision and discuss the project challenges and initial short-term steps. More-
It was recently brought to my attention, that some of you may not be aware that there is an opportunity to pursue a graduate degree with a specialization in interior design. No matter if you are a 2nd year student thinking about potential paths one can take as you navigate your interest or a 4th year student considering an advanced degree or pursuing a professional focus, I think it is important to be aware of the MS-ID program here in the College as an option for your future. What do you need to know? More-

Dr. Daniel Piatkowski, Assistant Professor of Community and Regional Planning, is beginning his second semester in the Master of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) program. Dan is bringing transportation planning expertise to the program, both in his teaching, as well as in his research. He taught a new elective course, “Introduction to Transportation Planning,” during fall semester. Open to students from multiple disciplines, the course attracted, among several planning students and others, five master’s degree students who are pursuing the transportation specialization in UNL’s Department of Civil Engineering. We are very pleased to see this type of multidisciplinary participation in MCRP courses. More-

The Architecture program is pleased to announce a new “Architectural Studies”  minor, available to all UNL undergraduate students. The minor provides an introduction to architecture through required courses in the history and theory of architecture and a range of elective courses in environmental and cultural factors, building technology, and related fields that shape the built environment. The minor comprises nine credits of required courses and nine elective credits (from a list of approved courses.) The minor provides all students an opportunity to learn about architecture, preparation for future graduate / professional studies in architecture if desired, and the possibility* of advanced standing in our own 3-year M.Arch program. For Interior Design and Landscape Architecture students in the College of Architecture the minor is especially efficient because these programs already require some of the same courses. More-

AZURE Competition:

AZURE, the influential contemporary design and architecture magazine, announces the opening of submissions to the 2017 AZ AWARDS. The 7th annual international competition celebrates excellence in design.

* Entries are juried by a panel of architects & designers at the forefront of their professions
* Finalists and Winners are published in the AZ Awards Annual issue and are recognized at the AZ Awards Gala in Toronto on June 23, 2017.
* Student winner receives a $5000 cash prize.
Earlybird deadline: Feb. 1. Final entry deadline: Feb. 21

Place and Displacement: A Marketplace in Refugee Settlements

This is a competition that challenges the innovative minds around the globe to design a marketplace to promote refugee livelihoods. The total prize package is $30,000. Undergraduate and graduate students alike are encouraged to participate.   

Submission Deadline: Feb. 1

IIDA Student Competition

The Student Design Competition celebrates original design and rewards individuals and/or teams whose projects demonstrate innovative, functional design solutions that have a positive environmental and human impact, while allowing emerging professionals the opportunity to showcase their work and fresh design ideas to professionals working in the field.

Submission Deadline: Feb. 6

The theme of the contest is sacred architecture in Senegal (Africa), in fact the name of the competition is "Kaira Looro Competition" (Architecture for Peace "in Mandinka language). The initiative has two objectives:  the development of research in architecture  on issues of social emergencies and sustainable architecture, and  contributing to a humanitarian emergency  in Senegal that our organization wants to solve, in fact competition all entries will be entirely donated to the humanitarian project "A Bridge for life" which aims to improve living conditions  80,000 people in emergency . For more information on this project can visit the official website: .

Early registration: from 20 January to 13 Feb.
Normal registration: from 14 February to 10 March 
Late registration: 11 March to 2 April
Competitions deadline: April 23 

As part of Volume 37 of the Site Magazine and in conjunction with the 2017 celebration of Canada’s sesquicentennial, the editors invite submissions to a juried competition that projects the theme of Future Legacy into Canada’s next 150 years.

Submission Deadline: Feb. 12  

IDEC Video Competition
Call for Entries

This video competition seeks compelling entries that will engage a general audience to think differently about the interior design knowledge base and the impacts of our expertise. This year we are asking entrants to choose one specific content area and show the difference that interior design research can make!

Deadline: Midnight, Feb. 19

This  program is intended to challenge students, working individually or in teams, to explore a variety of design issues related to the use of steel in design and construction.

Registration Deadline: March 29

Submission Deadline: May 24  



Student (3rd year or above) with excellent graphic and InDesign skills to assist College of Architecture Communications Coordinator.

Apply by sending resume and sample of work to no later than February 1.

Approximately 6-10 hours per week available.

Attention Students:
The Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Experience (UCARE) program provides undergraduate researchers the opportunity to learn from faculty mentors and engage in research and creative projects during the summer and academic year and receive a $2,400 stipend. Students with 30-120 credit hours and a cumulative GPA of 2.75 by the end of the spring 2017 semester are encouraged to apply.

Faculty Members,
Are you currently seeking an undergraduate researcher to work in your lab? Check this out!

Sasaki 2017 Summer Internship

Opportunity to work with a diverse, interdisciplinary team of designers and tackle some of the world’s most interesting design and planning challenges? Apply now!

Submission Deadline: Feb. 27

SCAPE Studio Internship Opportunity

Submission Deadline: March 1

SWA/Balsley Internship Opportunity

We are offering a full-time paid internship opportunity from approximately July to December to a student with outstanding written and verbal communication skills and exemplary design and technical skills.   

Submission Deadline: March 16 

NPCA Internship Database

Being launched this month, students can search for internship opportunities within the precast concrete industry. Check back often as more internships will be posted soon.

Summer Serviceship Opportunities with the Nebraska Rural Futures Institute

The University of Nebraska Rural Futures Institute is offering great serviceship opportunities for this summer. You can get paid $3,500 to spend two weeks in training and nine weeks at a rural site (free housing) engaging in community work.  They are looking for students with a variety of interests in communications, marketing, journalism, public policy, leadership, etc.  It's a great way to get career experience and paid! Below is the link for more information.

More Jobs!

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!


NPCAF Scholarship Opportunities

Concrete Canoe Scholarship

This scholarship will provide up to 10 schools participating in the ASCE Concrete Canoe Competition $500 to help offset their material and travel costs for the competition.

Deadline:  Jan. 31

MOA Architecture:  Scholarship Award + Summer Internship Program

MOA ARCHITECTURE offers an annual architectural scholarship + paid summer internship award to students in accredited architectural programs. 

Submission Deadline: Jan. 31 

Undergraduate and Graduate Scholastic Scholarships

Students can earn up to $14, 500 towards their college expenses with these scholarships.

Submission Deadline: March 20 

National Precast Concrete Association Foundation (NPCAF) Scholarship

This program provides undergraduate and graduate scholarships to students pursuing degrees in fields related to construction. These can include: engineering, architecture, construction management, business, sustainable building management, and more.  

Submission Deadline: March 20

Tom Cory Scholarship

Tom Cory was a founding member of the Architectural Precast Association (APA) and in his honor, the APA developed the Tom Cory Scholarship. This $2,000 scholarship is awarded annually to one deserving student in an architecture program. If you would like to donate to the scholarship fund, please contact us.

Submission Deadline: March 31

Date: Feb. 2
Time: 3:30–4:30 pm
Place: UNL East Campus, Room 209, Hardin Hall (33rd and Holdrege)

Anthony Morey - Hyde Lecture                         
Date:  Feb. 3
Time:  4–5 pm
Place:  Richards Hall Room 15

Date: Feb. 10
T ime: 4 pm
Place: Richards Hall Room 15

Date: Feb. 23 & 24 
Time: 8-5 pm
Place: Architecture Hall, University of Nebraska-Lincoln City Campus

Additional Info:  Mark Hinchman, Professor of Interior Design, (402)472-5930,

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