University of Oregon

School of Architecture and Allied Arts


Anya Kivarkis named 2016 Hallie Ford Fellow

UO Associate Professor of Art Anya Kivarkis is one of five Oregon artists named Hallie Ford Fellows in the Visual Arts for 2016. She was among 156 applicants and is the only recipient who lives in Eugene. The honor comes with a $25,000 unrestricted award.

Anya Kivarkis


Oregon’s fossil fuel transport the focus of UO studio

During the winter 2016 term, Associate Professor Erin Moore led an architecture studio that investigated the role that Cascadia plays in transporting fossil fuels to the global market. Students analyzed and responded with speculative design interventions and reevaluations of the energy economy. Following the oil train derailment in Mosier, Oregon, in early June 2016, Moore revisited the studio’s objectives.

A section from student Ben Llewellyn’s project


Bart Johnson selected for 2016-17 Fund for Faculty Excellence award

Bart Johnson, head and professor of landscape architecture, is one of fifteen UO faculty chosen for a 2016-17 Fund for Faculty Excellence award. He was recognized for his outstanding accomplishments in research and teaching in the areas of applied ecology in landscape design and planning through integration of people and their use of the land with the native ecosystems and evolutionary processes.

Bart Johnson


Three UO architecture alumni, one instructor earn prestigious ‘Fellow’ distinction from national organization

Three alumni from the UO Department of Architecture and one adjunct faculty member have earned the highest professional honor granted by the prestigious American Institute of Architects (AIA). Amy Miller Dowell, William Murray, Jay Raskin, and Ron van der Veen were elevated to the College of Fellows in the AIA during an investiture ceremony at the organization’s national convention in May.

Amy Miller Dowell, Ron van der Veen, Jay Raskin, and William Murray


UO researcher honored by Mongolian government

Esther Jacobson-Tepfer, professor emerita and international scholar, always finds surprises when she travels to Mongolia. This time she was honored with two lifetime achievement awards by the President of Mongolia and the Mongolian Academy of Sciences for her work.

James Meachem and Esther Jacobson-Tepfer


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