The graduate program, distinguished for its project-based learning and research, recently added concentrations and certificates in High-Performance Buildings and Conservation and Stewardship to its existing curricular focuses in Urban Design and Sustainability. These research specialties are contributing to more options for UT graduate architecture students.
Applications for admission are due February 1. Open House is March 31, RSVP.
Students entering the program in 2013 will enjoy enriched curricular offerings and up to six new faculty with whom to study. Moreover, the college will welcome its first Barber McMurry Visiting Professor, a world-class practitioner who will teach graduate-level studios and seminars; as well as its Governor’s Chair, a leading expert with scholarly and research focuses in urban design and new and emerging clean energy practices. The Governor’s Chair is a joint appointment between UT and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).
Our graduate program helps demonstrate the energy and creativity of a cadre of committed faculty, and unique opportunities for our students. We are pursuing multi-disciplinary learning that re-invents conventional design/build operations and explores innovative use of traditional materials and sustainable methods in the built environment.
BarberMcMurry Professorship Studio, Trip to LA ‘Life-Changing’ for Students
Architecture students of the University of Tennessee are engaged in a once in lifetime experience as participants in the studio of BarberMcMurry Professor Lawrence Scarpa. Scarpa is an internationally celebrated architect whose practice, Brooks + Scarpa (former Pugh + Scarpa), has received more than 50 major design awards, including the National Firm Award from the American…
Career Day to Host Design Professionals and Firms on February 28
The College of Architecture and Design will hold its annual Career Day on Friday, February 28 in the Neyland Stadium Skyboxes. This is a valuable opportunity for firms to interface with the design talent of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. All architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and allied industry firms are invited to attend. Employers…
College Building, Knoxville Star of AIA Film,‘Problem Solving through Architecture’
The American Institute of Architects selected AIA East Tennessee from chapters across the United States for a re-positioning grant to teach how critical thinking skills are developed using the local built environment and design process. The resulting film, “Problem Solving through Architecture” showcases our city and college, offering insights to life in Knoxville and the…
Urban Design in the Fall 2013 Nashville Studio
Once again, students are exploring urban planning through the “Nashville Studio” as directed by Associate Professor Thomas K. Davis. Centering their research and design projects through issues in Middle Tennessee, second-year graduate students are focusing on two sites this semester – the former downtown industrial site of the North Gulch, and Tennessee State University and…
Collage Exhibit to Feature Work by Renowned Architect Richard Meier
Richard Meier, one of the world’s most celebrated architects, will exhibit his artwork this fall at UT’s Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, alongside collages selected from the International Collage Center. The exhibits, “Richard Meier: Selected Collage Works” and “Remix: Selections from the International Collage Center” will open with a 6:30 p.m. reception on Monday,…