At the UT College of Architecture and Design, we strive to fulfill our mission as a land-grant university by serving the citizens of our community and state—and increasingly, our nation and world. Our efforts extend beyond the campus and into our community through many partnerships.
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Red Bird Kiosk, Davis and Shell Honored by AIA
A design/build project and two distinguished educators from the College of Architecture and Design were honored at the 2015 American Institute of Architects East Tennessee design awards in October. The design/build project earned a Design Award of Merit, and Professor Marleen Davis was presented with the 2015 Gold Medalist Award. Additionally, ret. Professor Bill Shell…Read More »
Collaborative Student Duo Excel in National Competition
One often hears of students in the College of Architecture and Design excelling in competitions. When these successes result from multi-disciplinary collaboration, the success is even sweeter. This type of collaboration benefits students beyond the boundaries of the competitions, and in fact, it’s this collaborative culture that helps set the UT College of Architecture and Design apart….Read More »
UT Architecture Professors Win AIA National Housing Award
Four architecture professors from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, helped transform an old rural West Tennessee homestead into a modern family oasis that communicates its owners’ commitment to sustainable farming practices. For their work, they recently received a national housing award in the category of one- and two-family custom residences from the American Institute of…Read More »
Chancellor Honors Architecture Professor for Excellence in Academic Outreach
Associate Professor of Architecture Katherine Ambroziak has received the 2015 Excellence in Academic Outreach Award from the University of Tennessee at the annual Chancellor’s Honors Banquet. The award honors those who exemplify UT’s land-grant mission by using intellectual capital to benefit the citizens of Tennessee. Ambroziak combines her wealth of knowledge and love for service to…Read More »
Landscape Architecture Studio Investigates Redevelopment in Cleveland, TN
The Landscape Architecture Program continued its tradition of community-engaged studio work this fall by partnering with the City of Cleveland, Tennessee, to craft redevelopment visions for an 850-acre study area adjacent to downtown. The student proposals were prepared in collaboration with the City Planning Office, the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, and Impact Cleveland as part…Read More »