News from the School

Aug 1

This website is your new resource for information on seminars, special offerings and electives at the Knowlton School.

Photographs of Snyder and Herron
Jul 24

Each year, the Dayton Chapter of the American Institute of Architects awards a scholarship to two outstanding students from the Dayton/Miami Valley Region. This year, the two $1,000 AIA Dayton scholarships to support continuing architectural studies were awarded to KSA Master of Architecture student Natalie Snyder and 2012 BS Architecture alumnus Patrick Heron, who will be attending the Harvard Graduate School of Design this fall.

May 29

Knowlton School of Architecture students taking part in the KSA’s Spring 2012 Italy Study Abroad Program in Rome opened an exhibit entitled per/corsi di roma, Sunday, May 28 at the gallery Frane Letterarie.

May 22

On April 30, the Knowlton School of Architecture student journal, One:Twelve, invited students, faculty and friends to a party in the Knowlton Hall Jury Space to celebrate the publication of Issue 004.

May 22

KSA Final Reviews for Spring quarter 2012 will be held Wednesday, March 23 - Monday, June 4 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.

May 21

The University Architect’s Office at OSU approached the KSA’s Landscape Architecture Section about conducting a design charrette to memorialize Chic Harley on the site of Ohio Field, OSU’s first football stadium located on the corner of High and Woodruff.

May 17

Four KSA students have been selected for prestigious Cannon Design 2012 Summer Internships.

May 14

The Knowlton School of Architecture is pleased to announce the winners of the Dean’s Design Competition hosted at the School on May 10-11, 2012. Twenty-one student teams entered the competition, out of which one winning team ($500 prize), two honorable mention ($250 prizes), and one special commendation teams were selected.

May 3

Professor Robert Livesey has been inducted as one of three honorary members of class 106 of SPHINX Senior Class Honorary, a student organization in existence since 1907 that, each year, “links” 24 new OSU students from across campus into a community meant to honor individuals who exhibit exceptional character and potential for accomplishment.

May 2

Assistant Professor Kristy Balliet's undergraduate architecture design studio traveled to Chicago in mid-April for a three day study trip to explore Monumental Mid-Rises and their magnificent interior volumes.

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