College of Design News

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Landscape Architecture Students Clean-up in EPA Design Competition

The office of Oregon’s U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley notified the UO that Landscape Architecture students won a sustainable design award from the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Graduate Student Curates Show at JSMA on Cubist Artist Fernand Léger

The exhibit "Fernand Léger's Cirque and the Livre D'Artiste" examines the collaboration between artist and publisher.

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Architecture Professor Kevin Nute Wins 2018 Book Award for Architecture

"Naturally Animated Architecture" recognized by the 2018 Digital Book World awards.

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Science Museum’s New Exhibit Explores the Art of Resilience

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History exhibit highlights designs by students and faculty in the School of Architecture & Environment.

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New Pop-Up in Lawrence Hall Encourages Cross-Disciplinary Exploration

New Lawrence Hall experimental pop-up space in use for team projects to cross disciplinary boundaries and explore issues of diversity

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A Watershed Moment for Art + Design

The School of Art + Design to host 510 Oak grand opening at the Dec. 7 First Friday ArtWalk

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The Gift of Art

Arts alumus Joe Fischer endows $300,000 to the Department of Art and the Department of the History of Art and Architecture.

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Lives of Service

Several veterans walk the halls of the College of Design, as students and staff.

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Historic Preservation students help restore Cottrell House

Graduate students in the Historic Preservaton program had an immersive five-day restoration experience at notable Portland home.

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Designing for the Most Dangerous Animal: The Mosquito

UO Portland Architecture hosted the Protective Atmospheres Workshop, gathering scientists, public health specialists, designers, and artists to tackle mosquito-borne diseases.

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PPPM Becomes an Innovative Research Hub for Diversity in Planning, Policy, and Design

Three leading scholars in diversity research are joining forces for the new Engaging Diverse Communities team at PPPM.

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Let There Be Light: UO Study Shows Sunshine Kills Indoor Bacteria

A Biology and the Built Environment Center study finds that sunlight exposure helps prevent bacteria from reproducing.

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Overlook Field School Exhibits Tools in Philly

Students present work from the Overlook Field School at Gallery Land Collective and attend the American Society of Landscape Architects conference in Philadelphia.

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Would You Like Some Data with that Wine?

The Institute for Policy Research Engagement partnered with the Oregon Wine Board to produce the recently released Oregon Vineyard and Winery Report.

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Remembering Megan Smith—A Rare Leader in Rural Development and Community Building

The College of Design community is mourning the loss of Megan Smith, program director for Resource Assistance for Rural Environments and co-director of the Institute for Policy Research and Engagement.

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