College of Design News

Innovation Award Goes to Institute for Health in the Built Environment

The Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation recognized the institute for its COVID-19 Research Team.

On View in Venice: Reimagining the Built Environment, Water, and Ecological Holism

Dean Adrian Parr and Architecture Professor Erin Moore present exhibits at the European Cultural Centre’s biennial architecture exhibition.

Welcome to the Mini-Museum: School of Art + Design 2021 Exhibitions

A showcase of the accomplishments and discoveries of a new generation of artists and designers.

PPPM Student Team Receives Funding for Creative Placemaking at the College

The team proposed a storytelling series of banners and television displays to highlight student voices and increase cross-departmental collaboration.

Ride-Hailing Services Fill a Gap for Nonprofits as Transit Landscape Shifts

Dyana Mason of PPPM led a study for the National Institute for Transportation and Communities.

College of Design Congratulates Faculty on Tenure and Promotion

The UO has promoted 10 College of Design faculty members—a process that involves rigorous review and recognizes tireless commitment.

Johnpaul Jones’ Vancouver Land Bridge featured in the New York Times

The architecture alum’s collaboration with artist Maya Lin and the Confluence Project is at the heart of a new retrospective.

From the ‘City of Water’ to the Ghost-Monsters of Edo-Era Japan, Students Create a JSMA Exhibition

In an art history course, students helped design the exhibition "Rhapsody in Blue and Red: Ukiyo-e Prints of the Utagawa School."

College of Design Faculty Named Presidential Fellows in Humanistic Studies

Associate Professor Anya Kivarkis, Assistant Professor Nina Amstutz, and Assistant Professor Sylvan Lionni won the UO awards.

Restore Oregon Names Historic Preservation Student Nicole Possert Executive Director

The historic preservation nonprofit chose Possert for her leadership experience, advocacy, and engagement with underserved communities.

Agraj Dangal (’19) on Social Enterprise, Nonprofit Management, and Local Government

The NMN and MPA alum shares his journey from an Nepal NGO to helping finance communities in Denver.

Maile Hutterer on the Reopening of Notre Dame after the Historic 2019 Paris Fire

The HAA assistant professor talks to InsideHook about seeing the 12th-century cathedral’s rescued art and artifacts in their original context.

Karen Gaffney, MPA, On Leading During A Pandemic

In a Q&A, the director of Health and Human Services for Lane County shares her journey from ASUO presidency to navigating the pandemic, wildfires, and more.

AFO Names Josymar Rodriguez 2021 Hatfield Scholar

The architecture graduate student was recognized for her commitment to designing for community in Portland and Venezuela.

IPRE Wins 2021 Oregon Heritage Excellence Award

The heritage commission of the Oregon Parks and Recreation department recognized IPRE for its research, disaster resilience planning, and RARE program.