The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) has announced William Murdock, AICP, as the new executive director beginning in January 2013.
Alumni & Friends
The Knowlton School of Architecture is saddened to announce the passing of alumnus and long-time friend and supporter of the School, Frank Elmer. Frank passed away on Tuesday, December 11 at his home after a long illness. He earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kent State University and, in 1967, received a Master of City and Regional Planning degree from the KSA.
Alumnus Kathy Fox, BS LArch ’80, has been selected as a Strong Cities, Strong Communities (SC2) Fellow. As a SC2 Fellow, Kathy will be working with Youngstown Mayor Charles Sammarone, who has assembled an aggressive agenda to improve economic development, city service delivery and regional cooperation in Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley.
The Knowlton School of Architecture is seeking REGIONAL ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES to act as contacts for our students, KSA administration and alumni.
Socrates Sculpture Park and the Architectural League of New York have selected Jerome Haferd (BS ARCH ’07) and K. Brandt Knapp as the inaugural recipients of a new grant and residency for emerging architects and designers to produce and exhibit a full-scale project at Socrates Sculpture Park. Socrates, in partnership with the League, established the residency to explore the intersections between architecture and sculpture and the increasing overlaps in references, materials, and building techniques between the two disciplines. The completed project opened to the public on Saturday, July 14, 2012, and will remain on view through October 21, 2012.