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Aggie Workshop presented speakers, charettes Feb. 7

Aggie Workshop featured speakers, charettes Feb. 7

posted January 17, 2014
A keynote address by Hitesh Mehta, a leading designer of lodges and landscapes at ecotourism sites throughout the world, highlighted lectures, charrettes and social events Feb. 7, 2014 at the 39th annual Aggie Workshop.
CoSci students, sponsors raise funds for B/CS habitat chapter

CoSci students raise funds for Habitat

posted May 16, 2013
More than $12,000 was raised for Bryan/College Station’s Habitat for Humanity by Texas A&M construction science students and industry sponsors during an April 11 golf tournament at Briarcrest Country Club in Bryan.
CoSci students excel at national NAHB competition in Las Vegas

CoSci students excel at NAHB competition

posted February 28, 2013
Housing development plans prepared by a group of construction science students at Texas A&M for a 118-acre site in Utah were among of the top entries in a nationwide contest at a National Association of Home Builders convention last January.
Landscape architecture students, design pros tackle projects, hear lectures at Aggie Workshop 2013

Aggie Workshop featured lectures, charrettes with pros

posted February 11, 2013
Landscape architecture students from across Texas teamed with practitioners for the 38th annual Aggie Workshop, a series of design charrettes and lectures hosted Feb. 22-23 by the Texas A&M student chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
LAUP students earn Southerland scholarships for leadership roles

LAUP students’ leadership nets scholarships

posted July 10, 2012
Ed Tarlton, an Urban and Regional Sciences Ph.D. student and Patrick Patterson, a Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Planning student, earned the J. Malon Southerland Aggie Leader Scholarship, established to reflect Texas A&M’s commitment to student involvement.
Events calendar

Events calendar

posted April 30, 2012
A list of upcoming College of Architecture lectures, meetings and special events. Submit calendar entries to Phillip Rollfing at Include date, time and place; a brief narrative on the nature of the event including lecture title and synopsis, speaker's name, title and relevant biographical info; and an email address and/or phone number for event contact.
‘Amazing Race’-styled contest tests urban planning knowledge

Planning students to stage ‘amazing race’

posted April 2, 2012
On Saturday, April 28, Texas A&M urban planning students are staging the “Urban Plan-It Challenge,” a fun-filled, campuswide fund-raising competition based on the popular “The Amazing Race” television series. Contestants will vie for prizes in a series mental and physical tasks related to challenges confronting the planet.
Aggie Workshop took holistic approach to landscape design

Aggie Workshop took holistic approach

posted February 6, 2012
Professional landscape architects shared their knowledge with students Feb. 10-11 at the Langford Architecture Center in a series of presentations, discussion panels and charrettes at the 2012 Aggie Workshop, which this year took a holistic approach to design.
Caffey’s mentoring efforts recognized by Texas A&M’s University Honors Program

Caffey’s mentoring efforts recognized by honors program

posted June 24, 2011
Students in Texas A&M’s University Honors Program recognized the mentoring efforts of Stephen Caffey, assistant professor of architecture, with enough votes for the Wells Fargo Honors Faculty Mentor Award.
Students conduct energy audit of Neeley Hall for national contest

Aggies tackle Green Energy Challenge

posted April 28, 2011
Members of the Texas A&M student chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association conducted an energy audit of Neeley Hall, a campus dormitory, as part of their competition entry in the NECA's annual 2011 Green Energy Challenge. Finalists will present their work at the Oct. 22–25 NECA Convention in San Diego.
Winning student art competition work displayed in two galleries

Two galleries exhibit winning student art

posted March 31, 2011
Winning entries in Tau Sigma Delta’s Texas A&M Student Art Competition earned their creators $50 scholarships and were displayed in a Houston gallery April 4-8. The winning pieces and the rest of the submitted work were also exhibited at the college’s Wright Gallery March 26-29.