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Doug McCarty Featured Speaker at Hodges Library Celebration
Alumnus Doug McCarty (B.Arch ’73) is a featured speaker at the John C. Hodges Library’s 30th Anniversary Celebration reception on Oct. 23, 5:30 p.m. The reception will be held in the library’s first-floor galleria and will also feature a new…Read More »
Alumnus Hazari Honored for Exceptional Professional Achievements
The UT Alumni Board recognized College of Architecture and Design alumnus Patrick Hazari (B.Arch. ’05) this month for his exceptional professional achievements. Hazari was one of five who received the Alumni Promise Award, which recognizes UT alumni who have demonstrated…Read More »
Interior Design Changes Name to Interior Architecture
The School of Interior Design has changed its name to the School of Interior Architecture to reflect its educational intent and scope of work. The name change also clarifies the school’s connection with its counterparts in the college—the School of…Read More »
Adkisson Secures Gensler Post, Becomes a Registered Architect, is Accepted to Harvard…All in Four Years
Classmates no doubt remember him as an over achiever, and they could be right. Sam Adkisson, AIA, CDT, who graduated from the College of Architecture and Design in 2013, has achieved much in his short time as an alumnus. It…Read More »
Professor William Shell Remembered
The College of Architecture and Design extends condolences to friends, family and alumni on the death of Professor William “Bill” Shell. Professor Shell passed away on June 12. Shell served the college for 41 years and taught thousands of students….Read More »