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Architectural Record recognizes Tim Keil, ’99, of Studio Ma

Architecture and design firm Studio Ma, whose principals include Tim Keil, ’99, was recently selected by Architectural Record for its annual Design Vanguard issue "showcasing emerging firms from around the world that are expanding the role of the architect and championing new approaches to design and practice."  

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Irvin attends invitation-only event at White House

Associate Professor Renee Irvin, director of the Master of Nonprofit Management Program at UO, was invited recently by the White House to gather with the nation’s top 100 civic participation leaders to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the community foundation. 

Gathering in Washington

 

Nute interview to be broadcast in January

Professor of Architecture Kevin Nute will appearing on the Channel 29 TV program UO Today early in the new year in a half-hour interview about his research and most recent book, Vital: Using the Weather to Bring Buildings and Sustainability to Life. For the schedule, please check the Oregon Humanities Center website in January.

Vital

 

A&AA student helps create Hoot Housing, a property rental review site

College students are often accustomed to lowering their standards for a living situation, such as a shoebox-sized apartment under the unresponsive and impersonal supervision of a massive property-management business. After being subjected to a similar experience, Taylor Oyama found a way out.

Hoot team

 

A&AA’s Phase 1 building project is on the Governor’s budget

Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber has recommended $26 million in state bond funding for the A&AA capital project. The total construction cost of the project is estimated at $53 million. Being on the Governor’s budget is a milestone achievement for the school’s project.

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