News from the School

Apr 8

Traveling exhibition Possible Mediums has been profiled in the publication The Architectural Review. The exhibit “presents pieces by more than 20 American designers and academics whose work gleefully flogs conventional architectural representation.” Two of those designers are Knowlton Assistant Professors of Architecture Justin Diles and Kristy Balliet, co-curator of Possible Mediums, along with collaborators Kelly Bair, Adam Fure and Kyle Miller.

Apr 4

The Knowlton Student Services Office is excited to announce the Knowlton Ambassador Program! The Knowlton Ambassador Program is a volunteer opportunity for rising Knowlton undergraduate students to assist in the recruitment of prospective undergraduate students and promotion of the Knowlton School of Architecture.

Apr 4

Knowlton School Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning Bernadette Hanlon has published Global Migrations: The Basics (Routledge) along with collaborator Thomas J. Vicino, Associate Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University.

Apr 2

Evan Bunner, an undergraduate City and Regional Planning student at the Knowlton School, was part of an Ohio State team what won first place in the Student/Consultant Theatre Renovation Challenge 2014 competition, sponsored by the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) and the American Society of Theatre Consultants (ASTC).

Mar 31

Knowlton faculty members Kyle Ezell and Stephen Turk have been recognized with College of Engineering Distinguished Faculty Awards.

Mar 27

On November 7-8, 2013, the Knowlton School hosted the symposium Situating Food: Planning and Design for New Urban Food Systems. The event aimed at identifying innovative food system models to enrich the community, and attracted more than 160 participants from numerous departments within the larger university and non-Ohio State community collaborators, including Local Matters, the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, the Eastern market Corporation, Mid-Ohio Food Bank and local residents.

Mar 17

HGT Architects, founded by Knowlton School alumnus Henry Gunawan Tjhi (BSARCH ’97) is featured in “Indonesian Architecture: Tropical and Emerging”, issue #34 of the Chinese architecture magazine UrbanFlux.

Mar 17

As part of their pre-departure preparations, students taking part in the spring semester Architecture Studies Program in Italy have developed blogs to record their experiences abroad. The blogs will include drawings, site visits, scholarly work and everyday activities.

Feb 28

City and Regional Planning Lecturer Jason Sudy’s graduate Transportation Studio (CRPLAN 6950) has been highlighted in the Columbus Dispatch. Planning students in Sudy’s course are engaged in a comprehensive review of parking space usage in German Village, an area experiencing chronic parking shortages for residents and local businesses.

Feb 21

A five-person team comprised of students from the Knowlton School and the Fisher College of Business received an honorable mention in the in the Urban Land Institute’s Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition. It was the first time in the prestigious competition’s 12-year history that a team from Ohio State placed in the top 10. The competition attracted submissions from 72 universities, with 163 teams and more than 800 graduate students taking part.