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Professor Göritz Featured Presenter at Bauhaus Symposium on Teaching Architecture
Hansjörg Göritz, a professor of architecture, has been invited to present at the Bauhaus Open Symposium, June 26-28, at Bauhaus University-Weimar. He is one of thirteen experts, including Alberto Camp Baeza, Gerard Reinmuth, Bijoy Jain, Nocola di Battista and others, who will be speaking on architectural pedagogy. From its prospectus: Over the past five years…Read More »
Students Earn Awards at UT Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement
Five architecture student projects claimed honors at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2014 Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement, commonly known as EUReCA. Three winners were selected in the research division of the College of Architecture and Design, and two were designated from larger classifications, one in “Architecture, the Humanities, Music and Art,” and another in…Read More »
UT Landscape Architecture Faculty Member Part of White House Tour
Several UT faculty members will be accompanying City of Knoxville and White House officials on a Climate Resiliency Tour around Knoxville today. Matt Murray, director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy; Mary English, a fellow at the Baker Center; and Brad Collett, assistant professor of plant sciences and landscape architecture, will…Read More »
UT Launches Smart Communities Initiative with Cleveland Tennessee
The city of Cleveland, Tennessee, has been chosen as the first partner city for UT’s new service-learning program, the Smart Communities Initiative. The partnership begins this fall. “Through the Smart Communities Initiative, we’re going to partner faculty and students with cities, counties, special districts, and other municipal groups to engage in real-world problem solving aimed…Read More »
UT Landscape Architecture Professor Receives Research Fellowship
An assistant professor of landscape architecture and plant sciences has received a research fellowship to develop performance evaluation methods for regional landscape projects. Brad Collett was recently named a 2014 research fellow of the Case Study Investigation Program of the Landscape Architecture Foundation. The program is a collaboration-based initiative that pairs student-faculty teams with leading…Read More »