SoA Awards

Graduating B.Arch Students Invited to Apply for John Knox Shear Award by Mon 13 May

The School of Architecture invites all fifth-year Bachelor of Architecture students graduating this spring to apply for the John Knox Shear Memorial Traveling Award. Applications are due at 11:59pm EST on Monday, 13 May 2019.

Announcing the Winners of the 2019 SoA Design Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 SoA Design Awards, and thank you to all of those who participated in this year’s competitions and joined us for the awards reception presented by EPIC Metals.

Applications for Anderson Award for Graduate Students due Mon 18 Feb

The George W. Anderson, Jr. Award recognizes SoA graduate students who demonstrate through a completed project an exceptional level of attention to detail and dedication to beneficially impacting the community. The 1st place award totals $3,000 and the 2nd place award totals $2,000.

Announcing the SoA’s 2018 Design Awards Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 SoA Design Awards!

SoA 2018 Spring Awards Call for Applications

The SoA is currently accepting applications for spring 2018 student and faculty awards. Applications are due at 5:00pm EST on Monday 19 March 2018.

Matthew Porter Wins Lashmit Traveling Award

Fourth-year student Matthew Porter (B.Arch 2017) has won this year's Luther S. Lashmit Traveling Award, Head of School Steve Lee announced in early April. Of Matthew's award submission (a retrospective of his work as an architecture student), Assistant Head Mary-Lou Arscott says: "This is the work of a designer emerging from a thinker. His productive working process is evident through his beautiful, continuous sketching his way through a problem." 

Kirk Newton Wins Shear Memorial Traveling Scholarship

Fourth-year student Kirk Newton (B.Arch 2017) has won this year's John Knox Shear Memorial Traveling Scholarship, Head of School Steve Lee announced in early April. Assistant Head Mary-Lou Arscott commented specifically on the visual cogency and beauty of Kirk's award submission (a retrospective of his work as an architecture student). 

Carolina Tamayo Wins Burdett Assistantship

Fourth-year student Carolina Tamayo (B.Arch 2017) has won this year's Burdett Assistantship, Head of School Steve Lee announced in early April. Of Carolina's award submission (a retrospective of her work as an architecture student), Assistant Head Mary-Lou Arscott says: "Tamayo's development from her early years' work is evident. Her distinctive concern is to expose structure and to frame space in a lyrical way."