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May 23

The Knowlton School is pleased to announce that Professor Todd Gannon has been appointed the next Section Head of Architecture. “Todd is uniquely qualified to lead the Architecture Section forward,” according to Knowlton School Director Michael Cadwell. “He is an experienced practitioner and academic who is well acquainted with the school and a respected voice in the discipline.”

Apr 14

Jake Boswell and Kristi Cheramie from the Knowlton School Landscape Architecture Section, and Mattijs van Maasakkers from the City and Regional Panning Section, continue to develop their action research project, Ohio Land Exchange (OH/LEX), in Lima, Ohio. Working in collaboration with students and faculty from OSU Lima and Amy Sackman-Odum, Lima’s Community Development Director, the Knowlton School faculty are utilizing GIS mapping and community engagement to reactivate vacant and abandoned land in the city.    

Mar 29

Several faculty at the Knowlton School have received awards recognizing their excellence in teaching within the College of Engineering. Award winners include: Assistant Professor of Architecture Justin Diles; Associate Professor of Architecture Jacqueline Gargus; and, Planning Lecturer Chad Gibson.

Mar 28

Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture Jacob Boswell has been announced as a Mellon Fellow in Urban Landscape Studies for the spring term of the 2017-2018 at Dumbarton Oaks. Located in Washington, D.C., Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection is an institute affiliated with the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences that supports research and learning internationally in Byzantine, Garden and Landscape, and Pre-Columbian studies through fellowships, internships and exhibitions.

Mar 21

At The Ohio State University, we’re hardwired to think ambitiously. The Ohio State Alumni Magazine asked a dozen experts across the institution, including Jesus J. Lara, associate professor of city and regional planning, how they would tackle a big problem if they were given unlimited time, money and resources.