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Margaret Fletcher

APLA Faculty and Students in Creative Scholarship Showcase

Faculty and Students in Creative Showcase

APLA faculty and students are among the many from the College of Architecture, Design and Construction who exhibited their creative scholarship and work at in “Showcase: The Work of Creative Scholarship” at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art from September 17 through October 2. The

First-Year Studio Experience

First-Year Studio Experience

When we asked Professor Rusty Smith and Professor Margaret Fletcher to describe to us the nature of the first-year program in architecture, this is what they had to say…

About Know-How

In today’s future, knowledge is indeed valuable.

The Work of Summer Option 2015

The Summer Design Program in Architecture is an intensive ten-week program that provides an introduction to research and design process skills and to the graphic communication of form and ideas.

APLA Faculty and Students Exhibit Work in Research Week’s Creative Scholarship Showcase

Research Week's Creative  Scholarship Showcase

Twenty-five of the nearly forty creative research projects exhibited by the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) at the Research Week 2014 Creative Scholarship SHOWCASE in April were produced by School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) faculty, graduate

2013 BEST Robotics Championship

On Saturday and Sunday December 7-8, South’s BEST Robotics Championship once again took place at Auburn University. BEST Robotics Inc.

Students Receive National Honors

View Through Residency Container

We are privileged to have an amazing group of students in our school, and while the faculty get to see that demonstrated in the classrooms and studios all the time, it's wonderful to see their talent and skill acknowledged by peer audiences beyond the campus.

Fletcher’s Atlanta Exhibition Well Received

Atlanta Exhibition


Margaret Fletcher’s exhibition of new works, OCUS 11 ante litteram, at the Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia, September 14‒October 26, was well received.