College of Design News

Department of Landscape Architecture Secures Five Years for Overlook Outdoor Instructional Area

The Department of Landscape Architecture (UOLA) at the College of Design has a reason to celebrate. The department was recently allocated space to operate the “Overlook Outdoor Instructional Area” over the next five years.

From River Guide to Architect: It’s All About Environmental Stewardship

At first it doesn’t seem connected, but to hear Jean Carroon, FAIA, BA ’79, MArch ’86, explain how being a white water river guide for ten years in the Northwest led to a career in architecture, it all makes sense.

A+D Returns to JSMA for MFA Exhibition

The culmination of five students' hard work is on display at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) through June, courtesy of the School of Art + Design Department of Art’s Master of Fine Arts (MFA) students.

Dezeen Spotlights Transpecies Design Exhibit by College of Design at the ECC Biennale

Dezeen had the opportunity to spotlight the 2023 European Cultural Center Architecture Biennale. Within the article, Dezeen explores the different ways that organizations around the world are looking to address the wicked problems of an uncertain climate future.

Four Landscape Architecture Student Earn ASLA Awards 

The School of Architecture & Environment (SAE) and the Department of Landscape Architecture both have a cause for celebration as four Oregon Design Ducks (ODD or ODDucks) have earned awards courtesy of the Oregon Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).  ASLA awarded fo

Beyond the Lens with Tarrah Krajnak

Meet the latest Oregon Design Duck to join the flock, Assistant Professor of Art and artist-researcher, Tarrah Krajnak.

LaVerne Krause Gallery Hosts "Ghost Forest" Exhibition Until May 4

Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women in Society as part of its 50th anniversary and the UO’s Environment Initiative, “Ghost Forest" will run from April 24-May 4 in the LaVerne Krauss Gallery in Lawrence Hall. Eugene artist Sarah Grew teams up with sound artist Jon Bellona, a senior instructor at the UO’s School of Music and Dance who teaches audio production, for this latest exhibition about wildfires.