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Jack Williams Publishes Winning Books

Jack Williams is Emeritus Professor and former Landscape Architecture Chair at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama.  Williams, a Fulbright Scholar in Urban Design, writes about the urban form of small towns across the United States.

East 40 Degrees<br />
by jack Williams

APLA Alumna Appointed to Design Museum Foundation Board of Directors

Elizabeth Lowery, a 1983 interior architecture alumna, has been appointed to the Design Museum Foundation Board of Directors. The Design Museum Foundation is a national nonprofit design museum with branches in Boston, San Francisco, and Portland, Oregon.

Landscape Architecture Alumni Reunion

Landscape Architecture Alumni Reunion

April 14-15, 2017

The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture will host an alumni reunion for all landscape architecture graduates on the weekend of April 14-15. The reunion activities will include a lecture by Jack Williams, Emeritus Professor of Landscape Architecture, on

90_20 Alumni Profiles

The 90_20 Interior Architecture / Interior Design Anniversary Celebration Alumni Profile series is pleased to present a profiles of Jennifer Treter ’91 and Chris Heard ‘95, Principals and Owners of Hendrick, an Atlanta-based corporation; Jennie Cannon West ‘08, with Trapolin-Peer Architects in New

MLA Alum Hendry Awarded RHS Fellowship

Landscape Architecture alumna Molly Hendry (MLA, 2016 and BS Hort, 2014) has been awarded the 2016-2017 Royal Horticultural Society Interchange Fellow. Each year the Garden Club of America selects one representative from across the United States to participate in the exchange program.

Class of '82 Establishes Endowment

Last October, while watching students work feverishly to complete their pumpkin carving in the Dudley Courtyard, Paula Burns McEvoy, Robert Montgomery, and David Hinson began brainstorming on the question of how they and their fellow members of the architecture program’s graduating class of 1982

Urban Studio Gets a New Look

Urban Studio Window Sign

Use of the Urban Studio’s new space at the corner of 20th Street and 3rd Avenue North in downtown Birmingham is currently in full swing for its second academic year.  Many improvements were made to the space during the first academic year.

Ripple Effect: KCCP Campus Project

Ripple Effect: KCCP Campus Project

Ripple Effect is a New Orleans-based organization whose goal is to promote water literacy through standards-aligned, design-based environmental science curriculum. Ripple Effect’s founders—urban designer Aron Chang from Waggonner and Ball Architects and teacher Claire Anderson from KIPP Central

Save the Date: ARIA's 90_20 Celebration

Save the Date: Interior Architecture 90_20 Celebration March 31, 2017

In 2017, the Interior Architecture program in the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture will celebrate its 90_20 Anniversary—the 90th anniversary of its founding as an interior design program within the

Epicenter: Rural and Proud

Green River, Utah circa 2012

The allure of the American West brought Jack Forinash, Maria Sykes, and Rand Pinson to Green River, Utah (pop.