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Latest News

Mar 12

Assistant Professors of Architecture Ashley Bigham and Erik Herrmann are recipients of a 2019 Slovene Research Initiative award as visiting exchange scholars this summer to conduct research on their project, "Faculty of Architecture, Ljubljana at 100 Years.” The Slovene Research Initiative award is granted by the Ohio State University Center for Slavic and East European Studies.

Mar 7

Outpost Office, Assistant Professors of Architecture Ashley Bigham’s and Erik Herrmann’s design practice, is featured in the Next Progressives series in Architect Magazine (March 2019). Outpost Office is a design practice which seeks new public audiences through experimental creative production ranging from the serious to the absurd, often simultaneously.

Mar 5

Betsy Pandora (MCRP ’10) is the Executive Director at Short North Alliance (SNA), an advocacy organization for the culturally rich Short North Arts District. She has served as the Education Outreach and Development Coordinator at the Wexner Center for the Arts and as strategic planning assistant in the director’s office. More recently, Pandora was the Healthy Places Coordinator for Columbus Public Health Department and was the leading force behind Columbus Art Walks. The Short North Arts District is recognized as a pioneer in urban revitalization and features one of the most dynamic concentrations of creative art, dining, nightlife, fashion, home décor and unique gift establishments in all of Ohio. The mission of the Short North Alliance is to nurture the Short North Arts District as a vibrant, creative, and inclusive community and leading arts destination.

Mar 1

A student team representing all three academic sections within the Knowlton School was awarded Honorable Mention in the 2019 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hines Competition for its “EXPO Cincy” proposal. In its 17th year, the ULI Competition challenges graduate students to devise a comprehensive design and development scheme for an actual site in an urban area. Unique to the competition is that the five-member teams must have student representation from at least three different disciplines pursuing at least three different degree programs.

Feb 28

Six Knowlton School students are this year’s recipients of Architecture Research and Travel Awards (ARTA), which supports independent research during summer 2019. This year’s awardees are: • Sarah Coleman (MLA), Building the Beaten Track: Heritage Landscapes at Risk in the Caucasus • Rosalie Starenko (MLA), Gothenburg, Sweden: Documenting a Dichotomy of Social and Environmental Sustainability • David Jefferies (BSCRP), Puerto Rico: An analysis of the Nuevo Normal • Ryan Vogel (MSCRP), Urban Planning Lessons from the Past • Lilly Saniel-Banrey (BSARCH), The Playful City: Rotterdam, Netherlands as a Model for Child-centric Urban Innovation • Brett Wedding (BSARCH), Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, and Denmark: Architecture from New Perspectives