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Minor in Real Estate Development Nov. 16, 2020

UArizona College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture Launches Minor in Real Estate Development

CAPLA’s new Minor in Real Estate Development meets growing demand from students and the industry, where significant growth in residential and commercial real estate development is projected in Arizona and nationally.

Nov. 16, 2020

Lecture Recap and Video: Missy Stults on Planning to Achieve Carbon Neutrality: A Story from Ann Arbor's Goal of Becoming Carbon Neutral by 2030

Sustainability and innovations manager Missy Stults works with all city operations, residents, businesses, the University of Michigan, nonprofits and others to make Ann Arbor one of the most sustainable and equitable cities in America. 

Bo Yang Nov. 13, 2020

Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning Professor Bo Yang Awarded Research Grant to Examine Spatial Patterns of Green Infrastructure

Awarded to Yang and three other researchers, the four-year grant by the National Natural Science Foundation of China explores green infrastructure interactions with microclimate and stormwater at the urban block level.

Nancy Pollock-Ellwand Nov. 13, 2020

CAPLA Alumni, Welcome to 2020 Virtual Homecoming!

College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture Dean Nancy Pollock-Ellwand welcomes you to 2020 CAPLA and University of Arizona Virtual Homecoming!

Claire and Chuck Albanese Nov. 13, 2020

Supporting CAPLA: Interview with Chuck and Claire Albanese

Chuck Albanese, retired professor of architecture and former CAPLA dean, is interviewed with his wife Claire. In the video, they discuss his travel scholarship and a recent gift of support to CAPLA.

 
Nov. 6, 2020

Lecture Recap and Video: Kendra Hyson on Ensuring Equity and Building Community

In this keynote lecture for the CAPLA Futures Council, Kendra Hyson MLA '15 discusses her work as co-founder of The Urban Studio and the impact she has seen through engaging young people in communities of color in the Washington, D.C. area and beyond.

Teresa Rosano Nov. 5, 2020

Architecture Professor of Practice Teresa Rosano Talks Building Accessibility and Inclusivity in New Interview

Teresa Rosano was interviewed on October 28, 2020 by the team at Ascension Wheelchair Lifts. Rosano, who is guiding a universal design studio for third-year B Arch students that is funded in part by Ascension and its parent company AGM, discusses the future of accessibility in architectural design and more.

Nov. 2, 2020

Lecture Recap and Video: Beth M Weinstein on Rendering Sensible (In)Visibilities Around Architectures of Internment

Beth M Weinstein is associate professor at the University of Arizona and an architect moving between architectural, art and performance practices. Her lecture is titled "Rending Sensible (In)Visibilities Around Architectures of Internment."

Oct. 27, 2020

Lecture Recap and Video: Tamika L. Butler on the Practice of Equitable Planning

Tamika L. Butler focuses on shining a light on inequality, inequity and social justice. In this CAPLA lecture, she challenges the audience of students, academics and urban planning professionals to consider the equitability and impact their planning decisions have on marginalized communities.

Oct. 23, 2020

Lecture Recap and Video: Kiel Moe on Architecture, Ecology and Appearance

Kiel Moe is practicing architect and the Gerald Sheff Professor of Architecture at McGill University. He joined CAPLA for a virtual lecture titled "Architecture, Ecology and Appearance." Watch the lecture.

EMT members at Stadium Rowhouse #1 Oct. 22, 2020

Student EMTs Find New Home in Rowhouse Designed and Built by Architecture Students

A new rowhouse, designed and built by undergraduate students as part of CAPLA Design/Build, proved to be the "perfect fit" for a student EMS team. The rowhouse, which is the first of several under design and construction, opened in Summer 2020.

Courtney Crosson Oct. 15, 2020

Equitable Green Infrastructure Research Led by Architecture Assistant Professor Courtney Crosson Featured in ScienceDaily

Research exploring the potential of green infrastructure for mitigating flood impacts, particularly related to the mobility of low-income and minority communities, was published in a National Institute for Transportation and Communities report led by Courtney Crosson and featured in ScienceDaily.

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