May 06, 2015

Assistant Professor Susannah Dickinson has been accepted to the Santa Fe Institute's 2015 Complex Systems Winter School, which will be held this December in Mohali, India. The Santa Fe Instituteis a private, not-for-profit,... Read More

May 06, 2015

House Energy Doctors Engy El Wekil, Omar Youssef, and Dr. Nader Chalfoun accepted an invitation from the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics to present their research paper at the 8th International Multi-... Read More

May 06, 2015

This week, CAPLA Assistant Professor Drew Sanderford was elected to theExecutive Committee of the Future Leaders of the American Real Estate Society (FLARES).  FLARES is a sub-committee of the American Real Estate Society (ARES) Board... Read More

May 06, 2015

Professor Gary Pivo  is recognized in a new national property index. Real Capital Analytics, one of the leading data providers on commercial property investment trends, released their new RCA & Walk Score Commercial Property Price... Read More

May 06, 2015

Check out the interview with Dean Janice Cervelli in Lo Que Pasa here. Fun fact about the dean: "I think most people don't know that I am and have been in a rock band for many, many years. I almost chose not to go to college, and... Read More

May 06, 2015

 SoA Adjunct Lecturer and restoration architect for San Xavier mission Bob Vint was featured in an AZ Star article "Mission possible: Restore San Xavier” about the next phase of the mission’s restoration.... Read More

May 06, 2015

Last week at the 68th annual Society of Architectural Historian’s Conference held in Chicago, SoA Assistant ProfessorClare Robinson presented the paper Mid-century modernism revisited: the case of Pueblo Gardens,... Read More

May 06, 2015

 SoA Associate Professor Christopher Domin was invited to present a lecture at the Architecture, Culture and Spirituality Symposium to take place June 18-21, 2015 in Ghost Ranch, New Mexico. Events will take place... Read More

May 06, 2015

SoA Alumnus Stan Barter (M.Arch 2014) recently posted an article,Research-Based Design in Architecture, on SRG’s blog site. SRG in an architecture, planning and interiors firm with offices in Portland and Seattle.

April 29, 2015

In what feels like a previous life, I worked as an immunology research assistant at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU), a sprawling research and medical campus perched high on Marquam Hill above downtown Portland. I spent most of my time at a... Read More

April 24, 2015

SoA Adjunct Lecturer Chris Lasch will be presenting at the active matter Summit on this Saturday at MIT. Chris will speak on Architecture, Materials & Structure as part of the "Active... Read More

April 24, 2015

The Underwood Family Sonoran Landscape Laboratory, known locally as the Underwood Family Garden was recently recognized as showing "Leadership in Low Impact Development" at the Pima Association of Government's Low Impact Development... Read More

April 24, 2015

On Sunday April 19th, students from the UA Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) set up a booth and took part in the Tucson Cyclovia event. The tent was manned by several group members all day and provided fun... Read More

April 24, 2015

"In case you have not noticed, downtown Tucson is on the rebound. This is consistent with national trends that I have been researching for several years.' 'For various reasons, Tucson is poised to become America's downtown... Read More

April 24, 2015

Last week at the 31st Annual meeting of the American Real Estate Society (ARES), Drew Sanderford presented two papers.  The first, Green Office Buildings: Similar to Other Premium Buildings, a collaboration with Dr. Spenser... Read More

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