thru 7/27

Paranomasiac | LeFevre Fellow Sarah Hirschman
Banvard Gallery, Knowlton Hall

thru 7/31

Serendipitous Formalism | Migg Caulkins Urban Visiting Professors Emily Mohr (BSARCH '13) and Jonathan Rieke (BSARCH '12)
Banvard Gallery, Knowlton Hall


Knowlton Alumni Society Annual Picnic
2-6 p.m. | Thompson Park, Upper Arlington, Ohio


City and Regional Planning's 60th Anniversary Celebration
Save-the-date → more details to come!


Knowlton Alumni Society Golf Outing at Blacklick Woods
benefitting the Alumni Society Scholarship Fund
9:30 a.m. tee-time | $75 Indiv. or $275 Foursome


Knowlton Alumni Homecoming Reunion
Save-the-date → more details to come!


Reunite in Philadelphia during ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo
Save-the-date → more details to come!


Beyond "The Cliff": Charrette Proposes Planning Solutions for the Autistic Community

City and Regional Planning Professor of Practice Kyle Ezell led two undergraduate studios and a graduate workshop that explored ways that planners, architects and landscape architects can create communities where adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can thrive beyond "the cliff."

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Kay Bea Jones Awarded 2018-19 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant

Recipient of a prestigious 2018-2019 Fulbright U.S Scholar award, Professor of Architecture Kay Bea Jones will conduct her studies on the design culture of Adriano Olivetti and the Olivetti Company in Italy through direct access to archives and key sites, and with the collaboration of Italian colleagues and students from February to July, 2019.

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COLUMBUS DIRT: Illuminating the Invisible

In March, the Banvard Gallery hosted COLUMBUS DIRT designed and created by Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture Paula Meijerink and fifteen students. The exhibition included a soil chandelier, a rammed earth wall, models and cyanotype prints which explore the question central to this exhibit: "How can soil be experienced and initiate new ecologies?"

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Six Knowlton Students Awarded 2018 ARTA Travel Grants

Six Knowlton School students are this year’s recipients of Architecture Research and Travel Awards (ARTA) which support independent research during summer 2018. This year’s awardees will document a prehistoric tribal landscape in South Dakota, examine man's attitude toward the environment through a study of the National Parks, research successful typologies for urban agricultural responses to political or economic crises in Cuba and Columbia, reconstruct the history of the Civilian Conservation Corps planting operations across the nation, and evaluate the impact of legal personhood of land on conservation practices in New Zealand.

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Assistant Professor Zhenhua Chen publishes Big Data for Regional Science

Chen's new book, co-edited by Laurie A. Schintler, is part of the Routledge Advances in Regional Economics, Science and Policy series and provides a comprehensive, multidisciplinary and cutting-edge perspective on big data for regional science.

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Mattijs van Maasakkers publishes "What Role Does Planning Have in the Creation of Ecosystem Service Markets? Evidence from Two Cases in Oregon"


Amber Woodburn and Zhenhua Chen win funding to support an economic impact analysis of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority (CRAA) →


Galo Canizares and Stephanie Sang Delgado (MARCH '15) Win the 2018 Ragdale Ring Competition →


Knowlton School Publishes twelfth title in its Source Books in Architecture Series, Neil M. Denari / NMDA: The Baumer Lectures


COLUMBUS DIRT: Illuminating the Invisible

Paula Meijerink, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, discusses the Banvard Gallery exhibition COLUMBUS DIRT: Illuminating the Invisible.

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