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UO Provost honors 2 A&AA faculty for outstanding teaching

Associate Professor Akiko Walley and Assistant Professor Christopher Michlig were recognized with university-wide teaching awards in separate surprise presentations by UO Provost and Senior Vice President Scott Coltrane in Lawrence Hall during May.  

Associate Professor Akiko Walley (right) celebrates her Herman award with Provost Scott Coltrane and Senior Vice Provost Susan Anderson

 

Be part of the annual day of giving—#DucksGive!

The School of Architecture and Allied Arts joins all of UO in the annual campus-wide fundraising campaign. With your #DucksGive contribution to A&AA, you help us unlock another $135,000 in support! 

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Historic hotel inspires adaptive designs for SCYP project

When UO architecture undergraduate Shirley Huang had a chance to work on a real-life design project for the City of Albany, she was initially seeking practical experience. City officials thought the former St. Francis Hotel might be adapted to support housing or return to use as a hotel. Through an architecture studio course at the UO, Huang hoped to give city officials some options to implement their vision.

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Architecture alumni duo honored with Lawrence Medal

Design for people and the environment has reached new levels thanks to achievements by UO alumni William Leddy and Marsha Maytum, and their San Francisco firm, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects.  In honor of Leddy and Maytum’s distinguished career path, the UO School of Architecture and Allied Arts will present the Ellis F. Lawrence Medal—the school’s highest honor—to the duo during commencement ceremonies June 19.

William Leddy and Marsha Maytum

 

Awards honor former Portland mayor, PPPM student work

Former Oregon Speaker of the House and former Portland Mayor Vera Katz will be honored with the 2017 Outstanding Service to Oregon Award during a celebration May 25 of public service and student research, hosted by the Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management (PPPM). The event is free and open to the public.

Hendricks Hall