College of Design News

Hayward Field construction

The Pacific Northwest is a Mass Timber Pioneer

Judith Sheine, director of the TallWood Design Institute, discusses mass timber and Hayward Field.

Falling for Art History

A Q&A with Katelyn Jones, winner of the 2019 Gloria Tovar Lee Scholarship for Most Promising Student in Art History.

Rick Silva's art SIGNALS

Design Faculty Named Presidential Fellows in Humanistic Studies

President Michael H. Schill awarded Kate Mondloch and Rick Silva with the inaugural prize.

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Reflecting on a Rural Revolution

As the Resource Assistance for Rural Environments program celebrates 25 years of service, the RARE community looks back at how the program shaped its alumni and the State of Oregon.

Artist Steve Lopez with Mural

Murals by Design

College of Design alumni are changing the face of Eugene with the 20x21 mural project.

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The Elusive Art of Capturing Climate Change

Assistant Professor Emily Eliza Scott to teach new course on art, visual culture, and climate change.

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Lewis and Clark to Co-Direct Institute for Policy Research and Engagement

Founding director and PPPM Instructor Robert Parker to retire in July 2020.

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On Power and Place: A Call for Proposals

The College of Design seeks proposals for the inaugural Oregon | Places Prize to support public scholarship.

Associate Professor Nina Amstutz

HAA Assistant Professor Wins Prize for Innovative Scholarship in Romanticism

The International Novalis Society recognized Nina Amstutz for book on painter Caspar David Friedrich.

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Set SAIL: SAE & Product Design Host Summer Program for High School Students

Faculty donate time and talent teaching sessions on architecture, landscape architecture, product design, urban farming, and more.

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PPPM's Anne Brown On Garages as the Next Rental Unit

The associate professor provides expert commentary to The Toronto Star on Californa's new ADU law.

Sabrina Ortiz Luna

Architecture Student Designs a Sustainable Triple-Threat Building

For her master’s thesis, Sabrina Ortiz Luna imagined a multifunctional building that melds recycling, rock climbing, and brewing.

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USDA Grants PPPM $100K

The Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) program will use the funds to help rural communities increase renewable energy generation.

DeNorval Unthank Jr. and Margo Grant Walsh

The Legacy of Design Ducks

For its 100th year in print, Oregon Quarterly has released a list of "100 Ducks Who Made a Difference," including 10 from the College of Design. 

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Trustee Excellence Fund Awards Grant to Landscape for Humanity

The School of Architecture & Enivornment-sponsored program received $30,000 for a forest project with Opportunity Village Eugene.

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