Welcome to your alumni newsletter.

Do you have a professional accomplishment to share? Would you like to reconnect with your classmates? Reach out and let us know. We hope this venue will provide a path to share and connect with us and your fellow alumni.




Knowlton School Alumni Society Summer Picnic (register online for this free, family-friendly annual event!)


Save-the-Date: Homecoming Pre-Game Brunch Buffet on the Ruscilli Terrace of Knowlton Hall


Save-the-Date: Reunite in New Orleans at the ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo


Kristi Cheramie Wins 2016-17 Rome Prize Fellowship

Knowlton School Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture Kristi Cheramie is one of 31 artists and scholars announced by the American Academy in Rome as Rome Prize Fellows for 2016-17. As winner of the Prince Charitable Trusts/Kate Lancaster Brewster Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture, Cheramie will be in residence at the Academy’s campus in Rome during the 2016-17 academic year.


Columbus Underground Profiles Alumnus Denis de Verteuil

In May, Columbus Underground profiled de Verteuil, exploring his experiences at Ohio State and the Knowlton School (BSARCH '09, MCRP '12), his on-going love for Columbus and his plans for life in his new home of Brooklyn, NY. Coupling what he learned at Knowlton with his own creativity and commitment, de Verteuil became one of the driving forces behind Columbus bike-centric initiatives Design:ROLLS, How We Roll, Bike OSU and Pinchflat.


Alumna Aimee Moore Wins Provost’s Award for Distinguished Teaching by a Lecturer

Aimee Moore (BSARCH '97, MARCH '99) was recognized for over a decade’s worth of sustained commitment to the students of the Knowlton School. She has played a central role in the success of the first year experience offerings at the school. Moore has also lead study abroad tours to London, Barcelona, Amsterdam and Rio de Janeiro, as well as the Italy Study Abroad program.


Alumnus Thomas Kerns, FAIA Wins National AIA Award

Thomas L. Kerns, FAIA (BARCH '66) has received the 2016 AIA IFRAA Edward S. Frey Award for his commitment to religious architecture and strong design talent across interfaith projects. He was elevated to the AIA College of Fellows in 1989 and, in 2007, received the Noland Medal, the highest award given to an individual architect in Virginia.


News from Knowlton

Knowlton School Celebrates the Class of 2016 → read more

CRP Studio Wins National Planning Award → read more

Knowlton School Hosts Alumni Gatherings in Phoenix and Philadelphia → read more

Knowlton School Fashion Schau Raises over $1,600 for Charity → read more

THIS IS A TEST: Landscape As Site for Research Symposium a Success → read more

Knowlton Foundation Gift Creates Robert S. Livesey Distinguished Visiting Professorship → read more

Alumni Manack and Roberge Named "Emerging Voices" by Architectural League of New York → read more

Alumnus Jamie Greene Inducted into AICP College of Fellows → read more

Annual CRP Exhibition and Reception Welcomes Alumni and Supporters to Knowlton Hall → read more


2015-16 Year in Review Coming Soon

Check out our teaser of the upcoming 2015-16 Year in Review. The 100-page publication will take a look back at events, stories and achievements from the past year, provide an update on the Knowlton School Capital Campaign and recognize the school's many generous donors.