News from the School

Oct 23

On Tuesday, October 14, first-year CRP PhD student Alex Wesaw gave oral testimony on behalf of American Indian and Alaska Natives from the 566 tribal governments of the United States in two Listening Sessions held in Rapid City, South Dakota by the U.S. Department of Justice. The sessions were a part of DOJ’s pre-conference preparations for their 9th Annual Government-to-Government Violence Against Women Tribal Consultation. Wesaw serves as the Co-President of the National Congress of American Indians’ Youth Commission and, this past June, he was honored as an inaugural member of the United National Indian Tribal Youth’s 25 Under 25 National Native Youth Leadership program.

Oct 22

Knowlton School Associate Professor of Architecture Kay Bea Jones has published Franco Albini: Suspending Modernity (Ashgate, 2014).

Oct 21

On Saturday, October 11, 30 Knowlton student scholarship winners and representatives from firms, organizations, and individual and family scholarship providers gathered in the Knowlton Hall Archite

Oct 21

The American Society of Landscape Architects granted a prestigious 2014 ASLA Student Award Honor Award to the senior studio project "Bigger Darby: A Landscape Approach for a Coherent & Resilient Watershed" and its accompanying exhibition.

Oct 10

Knowlton School Alumni Profiles is a series that features interviews of school alumni conducted by students who are members of the Knowlton Ambassador Program. In the interviews, alumni discuss how their experiences at the Knowlton School helped prepare them for their careers in architecture, landscape architecture and city and regional planning, and offer advice to current Knowlton students regarding their own career plans. On Friday, August 29th, Adam Beverly, a rising senior in the Architecture program and Knowlton Ambassador, interviewed Bhakti Bania, CEO and Architect at BBCO Design, about her academic and career path.

Oct 6

Thanks to the generosity of Coca-Cola, the Ohio State University Office of Student Life is proud to offer Cola-Cola Student Sustainability Grants for student-led initiatives that support The Ohio State University's goal to reduce greenhouse gases, conserve resources, and promote sustainability. In addition, the university’s Office of Energy and Environment has created scholarships, research grants and travel funding to help students who are studying or researching topics in sustainability, energy and environment.

Oct 3

Knowlton School Alumni Profiles is a series that features interviews of school alumni conducted by students who are members of the Knowlton Ambassador Program. In the interviews, alumni discuss how their experiences at the Knowlton School helped prepare them for their careers in architecture, landscape architecture and city and regional planning, and offer advice to current Knowlton students regarding their own career plans. On Thursday, August 28, Beth Clausing, a rising senior in the Landscape Architecture program and Knowlton Ambassador interviewed Alan McKnight, Director of the Columbus Recreation and Park Department, about his academic and career path.

Oct 3

As part of the Knowlton School’s commitment to bringing high level and current research to its PhD students and the faculty, the PhD Lecture Series invites prominent researchers in city and regiona

Oct 3

Review highlights of the 2013-2014 academic year in the latest Knowlton School Year in Review publication. The 80-page booklet takes a look back at events, stories and achievements from the past year, with particular focus placed on exceptional experiences, teaching, faculty and student achievement, new technology, outreach efforts and alumni engagement. The publication also introduces the Knowlton School Capital Campaign and includes a comprehensive listing of all Knowlton School donors.

Oct 3

Assistant Professor of Architecture Kristy Balliet’s work A Series of Volumes will be exhibited at the Lumos Gallery in the show Reality in 3-D.

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