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Mar 21

The Knowlton School of Architecture is pleased to announce the winners of the Sixteenth Annual James E. Gui ’54 Design Competition:

Mar 9

OSU's new Environmental Sciences Network (ESN) has announced an Interdisciplinary Research Cluster Competition request for proposals.

Mar 8

The Knowlton School of Architecture is pleased to announce the winners of the 24 Hour Student Design Competition hosted at the School on February 16-17. Forty-one student teams entered the competition, out of which one winning team and two honorable mention teams were selected:

Mar 2

Denis de Verteuil, a KSA Master of City & Regional Planning student, has won a 2012 Coca-Cola Student Sustainability Grant.

Mar 1

The Knowlton School of Architecture is pleased to announce the winners of the first KSA Fashion Schau, held in the Knowlton Hall Center Space on Friday, January 20.

Feb 29

KSA Associate Professor of Architecture Lisa Tilder has been elected Secretary of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA).

Feb 24

KSA Final Reviews for Winter quarter 2012 will be held Wednesday, Februrary 29 - Friday, March 9 in the Jury and Center Spaces of Knowlton Hall. Final Friday, an event celebrating student accomplishment during the quarter, will follow final reviews with an awards reception hosted by KSA Director Mike Cadwell.

Feb 24

For the past few years, the City of Columbus has been gearing up for its Bicentennial commemoration and celebration. The initiative, called 200Columbus, is being managed by ACP, a local planning firm with strong Ohio State and KSA ties. KSA students have made important contributions to the Bicentennial program in several ways, securing a substantial place in Columbus' history.

Feb 20

The Knowlton School of Architecture is pleased to announce that Dean David Williams has appointed Professor Michael Cadwell as Director.

Feb 15

The Knowlton School of Architecture is pleased to announce the seven winners of the 2012 KSA Architecture Research Travel Awards (ARTA) competition. The ARTA program was established to encourage independent travel initiatives of up to 30 days by KSA students from all degree programs. The ARTA program is made possible by generous support from the Columbus Foundation.

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