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Heart for Haiti Brings UT Student and Alumnus Together
On the same day Hurricane Matthew swept through Haiti, a Landscape Architecture student and alumnus 1,400 miles away forged a connection because of their shared desire to help the people who lost so much. The Category 4 hurricane killed more than 1,000…Read More »
Thank you for Supporting the College through Big Orange Give
Thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends, the College of Architecture and Design reached 251% of its goal during Big Orange Give, Nov. 14-18. Big Orange Give is an annual week-long fundraising event across UT’s Knoxville campus with…Read More »
College Raises Funds for Haitian School Damaged by Hurricane
Although much is needed in Haiti, the college is focusing on raising $5,000 through the Haiti Hurricane Rebuild Project to purchase new building materials for the roofing system. || In the dark hours of Oct. 4, Hurricane Matthew made landfall…Read More »
First-Year Students Explore Nashville, Visit Top Design Firms
In early October, a caravan of nearly 100 first-year Architecture and Interior Design students traveled to Nashville to connect with award-winning design firms and observe the city’s unique architectural spaces. The one-day excursion was intended to introduce students to accomplished…Read More »
Alumni Homecoming Reunion 2016
Dean Scott Poole and faculty invite all alumni to join your fellow alumni at the 2016 College of Architecture and Design Homecoming Reunion on Friday, Nov. 4, beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the college’s incredible Fab Lab, 525 North Gay…Read More »