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Spring
 

Spring 2018 Baumer Lecture Series
See website for dates and times
Gui Auditorium, Knowlton Hall

 
1/10-2/9
 

Drawing Codes: Experimental Protocols of Architectural Representation
Banvard Gallery, Knowlton Hall

 
2/15
 

2018 ULI Hines Student Urban Design Competition Local Review
5-7:30 p.m. | Mason Hall, 250 W Woodruff Ave, Columbus, Ohio

 
2/26
 

insight2050 Academy for Practitioners Application Deadline
March 2, 9, 16, 23 | 8-11 a.m. | Columbus, Ohio

 
3/1
 

Knowlton School Career Day
Employer registration now open
1:30-4:30 p.m. | Knowlton Hall

 
4/16
 

City and Regional Planning Exhibition and Reception
5:30-8 p.m. | Knowlton Hall, Center Space

 
4/21-24
 

Reunite in New Orleans during the APA National Planning Conference
Save-the-date → more details to come!

 
5/10
 

Alumni Society Wine Tasting
Save-the-date → more details to come!

 
6/21-23
 

Reunite in NYC during the AIA Conference on Architecture
Save-the-date → more details to come!

 
7/21
 

Alumni Society Annual Picnic
Save-the-date → more details to come!

 
 
     
     
 

Olentangy River Corridor Charrette...

A river runs through it. So too do the opportunities to rethink a six-mile stretch of the Olentangy River Corridor that connects the Ohio State campus and Downtown Columbus. Visions of the reimagined corridor were presented publically at Knowlton Hall by three teams from architecture, planning and landscape architecture design firms NBBJ, West 8, REALM, TLS Landscape Architecture and MKSK.

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Advice for Future Planners: CRP Alumnus Richard Bruckner Reflects on Forty Years in the Field

After 40 years in the planning and community development profession, LA County Planning Director Richard Bruckner (MCRP ‘77) retired in the summer of 2017. We reached out to Richard Bruckner for his thoughts on how the planning profession has changed over his career and what advice he would give to students entering practice today.

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Glimcher Distinguished Visiting Professor Walter Hood: Conflict, Memory and Landscape

2017 Glimcher Seminar students examine how designers and planners can engage with urban spaces that exist at the intersection of conflict, memory and the landscape. Guided by Glimcher Distinguished Visiting Professor Walter Hood through a series of seminar discussions, the students developed their research into a Banvard Gallery exhibition, Confronting Landscapes of Conflict, that engages the symbolic messages held by Confederate memorials, statues and cemeteries in communities across the country.

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Todd Gannon Publishes Reyner Banham and the Paradoxes of High Tech

In Reyner Banham and the Paradoxes of High Tech, Architecture Section Head and Professor Todd Gannon reassesses one of the most influential voices in twentieth-century architectural history through a detailed examination of Banham’s writing on High Tech architecture and its immediate antecedents.

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A Knowlton School Publishes Source Books in Architecture 11: Preston Scott Cohen / Taiyuan Museum of Art

The Knowlton School announces the publication of the eleventh title in its Source Books in Architecture Series, Preston Scott Cohen / Taiyuan Museum of Art. Source Books in Architecture is a product of the Herbert Baumer seminars, a series of interactions between students and seminal practitioners at the Knowlton School at The Ohio State University. Preston Scott Cohen was the 2014 Herbert Baumer Distinguished Visiting Professor.

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Zhenhua Chen publishes "Big Data for Regional Science"

 

Zhenhua Chen publishes "Economic Resilience to Transportation Failure: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis"

 

Rachel Garshick-Kleit publishes "Homelessness and Education in Florida: Impacts on Children and Youth"

 

Rachel Garshick-Kleit serves as panelist on Columbus on the Record speaking on "Closing the Columbus Income Gap"

 

Jesus Lara publishes "Latino Placemaking and Planning: Cultural Resilience and Strategies for Reurbanization"

 

Jason Reece publishes "The Impact of the Sustainable Communities Initiative on Engagement and Collaboration in Planning: Experience From Four US Regions"

 
     
     
 

Overview of Olentangy River Corridor Charrette

Hear from participants of the Olentangy River Corridor Charrette, hosted by the Knowlton School this past October.

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