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News from the Architecture degree program.

APLA Golden Eagles Return to Campus

Class of 1964 Architecture Graduates Gathered for their Golden Eagle 50th Anniversary. Eight of the thirteen members from the Class of 1964 Bachelor of Architecture graduates returned to campus on Dec.16, 2014 for their Golden Eagle reunion that celebrates the 50th anniversary of their graduation. 

DI ♥'s Freear and Blackwell

DesignIntelligence recognized the talent of APLA faculty and graduates in their list of “30 Most Admired Educators for 2015.” Each year, the DesignIntelligence survey of “America’s Best Architecture & Design Schools” honors excellence in education and education administration in the disciplines of

Brown Inducted into Alabama Construction Hall of Fame

Alumnus Donald C  Brown, FAIA, was inducted to the Alabama Construction Hall of Fame during the Alabama General Contractors BuildSouth Awards Banquet on January 16. The Alabama Construction Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding individuals serving the Alabama construction industry for over

Schumacher Wins Art Guild Award

Quilt featured in Cultivating Ground Exhibit

Prof. Sheri Schumacher’s creative work is informed by the reconciliation of design and everyday life, prioritizing the transformation and cultivation of ones environment and the search for a system of connections.

Breeden Grant Supports City Scenarios

City Scenarios

In Fall 2014, fourth year architecture tested a new approach to teaching comprehensive design by coordinating studios with history courses dedicated to urban architecture.  Directed by professors Kevin Moore and Carla Keyvanian, design and history were linked to outline the complexity of

Seed Grants Support APLA Faculty Scholarship

Fort Gaines

Several APLA faculty members received grants from this year’s College of Architecture, Design and Construction’s Seed Grant program.

Finn Named Global Scholar

Professor Scott Finn, Auburn Architecture

Prof. J. Scott Finn, Director of the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture's (APLA) International Studies Program in Rome has been named a member of the University's Global Teaching Academy, an Auburn University program that recognizes and celebrates selected members for