Adjunct Associate Professor Dr. Dennis Pogue has been named Interim Director of the University of Maryland’s Historic Preservation program. Dennis will begin a one-year, renewable term in May when the current director, Dr. Donald Linebaugh, transitions to the role of Interim Dean of the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
Building a World Heritage City praised for its contribution to urban history
Dr. Michele Lamprakos’ book, Building a World Heritage City: Sanaa Yemen, received the 2018 Spiro Kostof Award, Honorable Mention from the Society of Architectural Historians (SAH). She was honored at their 71st annual conference in St. Paul on April 20, along with other award winners and fellows.
Hosted by the National Center for Smart Growth, Smart Growth @ 20 reflected on how smart growth has performed over the past twenty years and began a new conversation about smart and sustainable development for the next two decades, addressing some of the state’s most pressing issues, including climate change, social equity, energy conservation, economic restructuring and technological innovation.
Community Planning Graduate Student Sofie Rhoads and Architecture Graduate Student Rick Fairhurst have been selected as finalists for their innovative, modular “garage of the future” in the International Parking Institute’s Parking Solutions Competition.
The University of Maryland’s National Center for Smart Growth (NCSG) has released a report that outlines four possible future scenarios for the Baltimore-Washington region and how they might impact quality of life across the state.
Everyone is invited to join our Annual Diversity and Inclusion International Lunch. Faculty, staff and students celebrate the richness of our global community by sharing conversation and food designed to connect our diverse backgrounds. Together we will finalize our Diversity & Inclusion Values Statement while breaking bread together.