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UMD Architecture Team Wins First Place in International Urban Habitats Competition


A design project created by two architecture students from the University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (UMD) has won First Place in the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture TIMBER IN THE CITY competition. The student team of Eric Bos and Trevor Wood took top honors this week, along with a $10,000 prize in a competitive field of 238 entries and over 900 participants worldwide.

 

Posted on 08/16/2019 by Jelena Dakovic
Sep 13, 2019
2:00 PM
Architecture Building

SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE

 

MAPP Dean’s Conference Room

12:00-1:00      Lunch for Guests, Faculty and Partners 

 

Kibel Gallery

Posted on 08/05/2019 by Jelena Dakovic

"The Municipality is Building. Vienna Residential Construction 1920 to 2020" Exhibition

On view: Sept 13, 2019 -  October 20, 2019 at the Kibel Gallery

 


Kibel Gallery Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 9 am -9 pm 

Friday: 9 am -6 pm

Weekends by appointment.

Posted on 08/05/2019 by Jelena Dakovic
Sep 13, 2019
1:00 PM
Architecture Building
Posted on 08/02/2019 by Jelena Dakovic

The Student Planning Association recommends the following reading / listening / watching list: 

Posted on 08/02/2019 by Jelena Dakovic

Join us as we celebrate Professor Steven W. Hurtt’s contribution to our school with the following weekend experience:

 

Friday September 20, 2019

A Colloquium: Architecture, Education and the Profession -The Career of Professor Steven W. Hurtt

2:00 - 6:00 pm

in the Great Space, Architecture Building

Posted on 07/25/2019 by Jelena Dakovic

Matt Bowling (MHP '09) was selected as one of five authors in The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy's "The Place Database Contest 2019". The purpose of this contest is to create stories through maps by using the institute’s database.

Posted on 07/25/2019 by Jelena Dakovic

Allison Ladd (MCP ‘01) has been named Newark’s next director of the Department of Economic and Housing Development, as the city attempts to build on its investments and reinvent itself. The city has nearly $5 billion in economic development projects in the works.

 

“The mayor has a bold vision for the city as far as economic development, equity and growth and being able to have the residents who have lived here be able to stay in the city,” said Ladd in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

 

Posted on 07/25/2019 by Jelena Dakovic

Don Linebaugh, who has been serving as interim dean of the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation since Spring 2018, will continue to serve in that post for a third year, as was announced by Senior Vice President and Provost Mary Ann Rankin on July 1, 2019.

 

Posted on 07/25/2019 by Jelena Dakovic

Lonna Babu’s (B.ARCH ’16, M.ARCH ‘18) master’s thesis has been selected as part of the AIA 2019 Emerging Professionals Exhibit, a digital exhibition that showcases the most creative plans, projects, art and design from rising young architects.

 

Posted on 06/28/2019 by Jelena Dakovic