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Landscape architecture prof Highlights trees’ vital role in landscape design

LAND prof highlights trees’ vital role in landscape design

posted April 25, 2019
On this Arbor Day, April 26, 2019, William ‘Chip’ Winslow, a landscape architecture professor at Texas A&M University, highlights the vital role of trees in the Earth’s ecosystem.
Distinguished alum Adams ‘61 to receive honorary Texas A&M Ph.D. at spring commencement

Distinguished alum Adams ’61 to earn honorary Ph.D.

posted April 23, 2019
Harold Adams ’61, who worked with President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy on federal building projects, then later led the transformation of a Baltimore design firm to a global practice, will receive an honorary Ph.D. from Texas A&M at spring 2019 commencement.
Summit to explore future of education through ‘smart’ solutions for cities

Summit explores education advances with ‘smart’ cities

posted April 18, 2019
Tech industry experts, community leaders and Texas A&M scholars in the design, engineering, teaching and planning disciplines will gather in College Station May 14, 2019 for the ENDEAVR Tech Summit, an event exploring the anticipated future of education as realized through “smart” cities.
Why Notre Dame burning affected us all – five questions with an architecture expert

Notre Dame fire - five questions with an architecture expert

posted April 17, 2019
The April 15 fire at the 850-year-old Notre Dame cathedral in Paris was met with disbelief and despair by people worldwide. Catholics mourned the damage to their sacred religious center during Holy Week, while others lamented the potential loss of a significant architectural landmark.
Healthcare design excellence elevates alumnus to AIA fellow

Design excellence elevates alumnus to AIA fellow

posted March 18, 2019
The American Institute of Architects has elevated former Texas A&M student Tushar Gupta ’00 to its prestigious College of Fellows for achieving a standard of excellence in the architecture profession and for his significant contributions to the profession and society.
Wright Gallery to showcase female perspectives in ‘She Matters’ exhibit

Females of color chronicle their lives in ‘She Matters’

posted March 6, 2019
Female artists of color address violence, discrimination, prejudice and additional social issues that face women today in “She Matters,” a multimedia exhibit March 6 – April 26, 2019 at the Wright Gallery, Langford Architecture Center building A on the Texas A&M campus.
Speakers to discuss preserving Texas’ historic places at annual CHC symposium

Speakers to discuss preserving Texas sites at CHC confab

posted February 6, 2019
Leading historians and preservationists speaking at the Feb. 15-16, 2019 Center for Heritage Conservation Symposium will discuss the challenges of preserving historic sites across Texas — including a recently discovered, unmarked Sugar Land cemetery.
Viz ranked No. 1 animation program by College Magazine

Viz ranked as top public program by College Magazine

posted January 24, 2019
In new rankings released by College Magazine, an online career resource for students, Texas A&M was recognized as the nation’s best public animation school, funneling top-notch graduates into the highly competitive film and television industry, and other professions.
‘rodneypalooza’ celebrated famed arch prof Rodney Hill’s 50-year teaching career

‘rodneypalooza’ celebrated prof Hill’s 50-year career

posted January 18, 2019
Legendary architecture professor Rodney Hill’s 50 years of teaching and inspiring Texas A&M students were commemorated at rodneypalooza, March 30, 2019 at the Ice House on Main in downtown Bryan.
CoSci prof earns Regan Prize for interdisciplinary projects

CoSci prof earns Regan Prize for innovative research

posted January 9, 2019
For a research agenda that spans numerous disciplines, and leadership in an inaugural college charrette that included students from all four of its departments, Zofia Rybkowski, associate professor of construction science, earned the 2018 Regan Interdisciplinary Prize.
Diversity-related solutions sought for Feb. 8-9 campus hackathon

Diversity-related solutions sought for hackathon

posted January 4, 2019
Teams of Texas A&M students vying for a total of $5,000 in prize money will develop solutions for diversity-related campus issues Feb. 8-9, 2019 at Bridging Differences, the College of Architecture Diversity Council’s annual hackathon.
LAND prof, students teach local youth at Schob Preserve

LAND prof, students teach youth at Schob Preserve

posted November 29, 2018
To help young minds in College Station learn about nature and design, Landscape Architecture students, led by associate professor Eric Bardenhagen, accompanied seven first grade classes from College Hills Elementary School to Schob Preserve.
New, viz prof-led research institute to study best tech teaching, learning methods

Viz prof-led institute to study best tech learning methods

posted November 29, 2018
To succeed in tomorrow’s workplace, employees will need fluency in technical tasks such as 3-D fabrication, programming and electronics, said Francis Quek, professor of visualization and director of the new Institute of Technology-Infused Learning.
College’s 50th anniversary to include yearlong series of celebrations in 2019

Celebrations to mark college’s 50th anniversary in 2019

posted November 29, 2018
The Texas A&M College of Architecture will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2019 with a yearlong series of festivities culminating in a slate of special events Nov. 14-16.
Innovative ‘green’ wall features sheet metal, native Texas plants

Innovative ‘green’ wall features sheet metal, native plants

posted November 27, 2018
Merging waste metal from the automotive industry, native plants and the ingenuity of design students and professors, a new “Living Wall” adorns the side of Langford B, adding beautification and reducing heat gain effects on the wall and surrounding area.