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News from the Architecture degree program.

APLA Welcomes Paul Rudolph Fellows to Faculty, Spring 2012

Brian Bell, AIA, and David Yocum, AIA of the Atlanta, Georgia firm, bldgs

Brian Bell, AIA, and David Yocum, AIA of the Atlanta, Georgia firm, bldgs., were appointed APLA's 2012 Paul Rudolph Fellows and taught a fourth year architecture students in Spring Semester 2012.  
Professors Bell and Yocum dedicated their fourth year studio to the pursuit of “Public Buildings /

APLA’s Involvement with Mobile’s Centre for the Living Arts

Memory Gallery String Proposal Drawings

In 2009, Landscape Architecture Professor Charlene LeBleu had received a Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium grant to study the possibility of low impact development strategies for downtown Mobile.

Urban Studio Engaged in April 2011 Storm Recovery Initiatives

Cordova seminar with children and adults

Auburn’s Urban Studio, directed by Professor Cheryl Morgan, played a key role in a Regional and Urban Design Assistance Team (R/UDAT) project to assist Birmingham, Alabama’s Pratt City community with a recovery plan following April’s devastating tornado.

Third Year Student Develop Sustainable Design Initiatives for Alabama Community of Gees Bend.

Student proposal for Gees Bend Community Center

The Alabama Design Summit was organized in Partnership with AIGA, the professional association for design, and AL Innovation Engine as part of AIGA’s new social innovation initiative called “Design for Good.”  Engine worked with AIGA to test the design summit concept as a means to provide local