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The SoA Pavilion grew out of AIAS CMU's Design Out of Studio Initiative to encourage students to put their education into practice.
As a Merit Reviewer, Ömer Karaguzel will help evaluate funding proposals for the core R&D activities of a number of national laboratories.
EX-CHANGE is an end-of-semester exhibition, celebration, reflection, and discussion based on School of Architecture student work.
Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung of Hodgetts+Fung describe a design process that enables the creation of dynamic and humanistic spaces.
Malini Srivastava one of 18 recipients of the 2018 AIA Young Architects Award, which honors recipients’ leadership and contributions to the architecture profession early in their careers.
Join us for a public review of MUD thesis projects speculating about potential practices of urban commoning for the bottom up transformation of cities around the world.
In an increasingly immaterial world, Mark Stanley examines the agency of images and architecture.
CAE to host exhibition May 4-25 exploring Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods and the people and spaces that define them.
The Miller Gallery and School of Architecture jointly present "Clearance" April 19-25 in the Miller Gallery.
The Scott Institute Energy Fellows Program recognizes the University's most dedicated energy faculty.
Prospective students and their families are invited to visit the SoA to learn more about our programs, meet members of our community, and tour our facilities.
You're invited to join the School of Architecture this week during CMU's annual Spring Carnival.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 SoA Design Awards!
Zhiang Zhang, PhD-BPD Candidate to present his PhD Proposal on Fri 20 April at 8:30am in MMCH 415 IW.
Apply for the Lewis J. Altenhof Memorial Scholarship by Monday, 4 June 2018 at 5:00pm EST.
Join us for the Spring 2018 Final Reviews in the School of Architecture, Monday 30 April through Friday 4 May.
Ömer T. Karaguzel to give guest lecture Thu 19 April. SoA students encouraged to RSVP to attend.
The annual SoA Design Awards Ceremony is Wed 11 April, with a reception presented by EPIC Metals to follow.
Congratulations to Stefan Gruber and his team, recipients of a Graham Foundation grant for the upcoming exhibition An Atlas of Commoning.
Congratulations to Vivian Loftness on receiving the NESEA 2018 Professional Leadership Award for her exemplary professional practice.
Join us as graduate students vying for the Anderson Award deliver their Pecha Kucha presentations in front of a live audience during a fun lunch event!
Sean Ahlquist’s Social Sensory Surfaces research project has an agenda that is as humanistic as it is mathematically rigorous.
The SoA is currently accepting applications for the Measuring & Monitoring Services, Inc. Internship Fund. Deadline to apply 5:00pm EST on Friday 06 April 2018.
Erica Cochran Hameen will discuss solutions for sustainable, healthy, and energy efficient schools, office buildings, cities, and public spaces.
The National University of Singapore hosted Professor Ramesh Krishnamurti this month for a pair of lectures focused on his experience in the SoA's graduate programs in computational design.
Kristen Kurland to speak on a smart cities panel focusing on research and innovation for community impact during the Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo.
Adjunct faculty member Jakob Marsico, along with students Alvin Wong and Christoph Eckrich, recently completed a light installation in Wean Hall for CMU's UPLift Challenge.
Join SoA faculty member Dana Cupkova to learn how her work tackles new approaches to sustainable, adaptive architecture.
The Pittsburgh-based studio is inspired by orchids and air plants because "they grow on other plants but are not parasitic, using their context for physical support and only feed off waste."
Both current and incoming international M.Arch students are now eligible to extend their F-1 visas for up to three years after graduation in order to work in the United States.