MCRP student Benjamin Kent won the Student of the Year Award.
News from the School
The Knowlton School of Architecture is proud to be part of a team receiving a US Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Challenge Grant.
Update 11/23/2010: Please note that program fees for the summer abroad program have been set at $2,237.
The Urban Land Institute Foundation provided a $25,000 grant for city and regional planning to work with ULI Columbus to prepare The City in 2050: Creating Blueprints for Change in Columbus
For the first time ever, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is awarding nearly $100 million in new grants to support more livable and sustainable communities across the country.
Katie O'Lone and Marissa Linz, two recently-graduated BSLA students, completed a senior thesis that looked at socially entrepreneurial community gardens.
On September 24, 2010, OSU President Gee dedicated the Pod Home Exhibition at COSI, along with COSI President Chesebrough and Dean Washington of the College of Engineering.
Columbus architect and educator Robert Livesey, FAIA, has been awarded the AIA Ohio 2010 Gold Medal Award. The AIA Ohio Gold Medal is the highest honor that AIA Ohio can bestow on an individual.
The Knowlton School of Architecture offers a variety of ways for members of our community to connect with the school. Here are a list of the websites on which you can find content from the KSA, or connect with other members of the school's community.
The Knowlton School of Architecture has several Federal Work Study Positions available for the 2010-2011 school year.