Competition selects UO students for first place for entry Timber in the City: Urban Habitats that used new cross-laminated timber.
UO researchers honored with Thiess International RiverPrize for work done to preserve the and restore the Willamette River.
Visitors examine art work in the annual master of fine arts exhibition.
Students interview residents and city officials while looking at issues of public participation in diverse communities around Oregon.
Focus on urban redevelopment and improving neighborhood ecology and habitat is topic for Sustainable Cities studio.
Examining how fine art prints are made is one aspect covered in the History of Prints course.
Urban design and open space competition sparked entry by UO students to imagine new mixed use redevelopment.
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