September 07, 2018

Congrats to 3rd year Master of Landscape Architecture student, Jonathan Choi, for being one of the first recipients of the SmithGroup Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship after his internship at the Phoenix office over the summer. ... Read More

September 07, 2018

Steve Grede's (B.LA ‘87) streetscape inventory work in Tucson's Armory Park Historic District is featured in this month's Landscape Architecture Magazine in the article, A Finer Fabric: New Digital Tools Help a Historic... Read More

September 05, 2018

Senior Lecturer Eduardo Guererro was an invited critic at the final thesis reviews for the Master of Urban Design program at UC Berkeley. Fourteen students presented their work in front of renowned names of the west coast urban design academia over... Read More

August 28, 2018

HK Associates, Inc., a Tucson design firm owned by Assistant Professor of Practice Michael Kothke and his wife Kathy Hancox, had two recent projects featured in ArchDaily. Emerging from the desert, Canyon House is equal parts land-form and... Read More

August 17, 2018

Alumnus Masoud Sharikzadeh (MS.Arch 2016) is a 2018 winner of an Architecture at Zero annual design award. His project, Tiburon Treasure, won a merit award in the student category. A rendering of his project can be viewed at http://www.... Read More

August 07, 2018

Assistant Professor Altaf Engineer has been selected to receive the Emerging Legacy Award from the College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Altaf is one of seven inaugural Legacy Award recipients. The... Read More

November 16, 2017

Students in Associate Professor Lisa Schrenk’s International Exposition course last spring received an intense student engagement experience by contributing to Minnesota’s bid to host the 2023 world’s fair. The students traveled to the Twin Cities... Read More

November 16, 2017

Associate Professor Lisa Schrenk has been named as one of ten new Faculty Fellows for the University of Arizona. The Faculty Fellows is a group of outstanding UA faculty dedicated to student engagement through effectively involving students in... Read More

November 04, 2016

Lance Enyart, AIA, LEED AP has received the 2016 AIA WMR Young Architects Award, which honors architects licenced 10 years or less in the six state region (AZ, CO, NM, NV, UT, WY) for showing exceptional leadership in design, education, and service... Read More

October 07, 2016

M.S. Arch student Masoud Sharikzadeh is the first runner-up in Hammer & Hand’s 3rd Annual perFORM Building Design Competiton, for which architectural students and interns must design a net zero energy, mixed-use, multifamily building in... Read More
Caitlin Kessler

September 28, 2016

Bachelor of Architecture student, Caitlin Kessler ('17) was recently interviewed by Value Penguin, a website that provides financial education and advice on many financial programs and products, including higher education. According to the... Read More

July 08, 2016

Dick Williams, Professor Emeritus Please click here to read a eulogy written by Director of the School of Architecture, Rob Miller.

July 08, 2016

Director Rob Miller nominated Ray Barnes and Michael Kothke, both lecturers of architecture, for the Darryl B. Dobras Award for Excellence following their incredible work with the School of Architecture's accreditation responsibilities... Read More

July 08, 2016

The UA's Institute on Place and Wellbeing's research and exhibit, "Rooms for Wellbeing" won Best in Show, Small Booth Category, at the AIA Convention in May. The exhibit worked to show attendees the future of healthy buildings.... Read More

July 08, 2016

Rising 5th year student Tasanee Durrett (B.Arch, '17) won a $2,000 scholarship from Simpson Strong-Tie Company. The award is given annually to 67 structural engineering, construction management, and architecture students... Read More

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