College of Design News

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PPPM’s Ben Clark Talks PurpleAir Sensors, Wildfire Smoke, and Policy with CityLab

The associate professor discusses how community data on air quality can inform government decision-making.

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Susan Sokolowski Investigates What Makes a Truly Cool Tee

The Sports Product Design Associate Professor writes about thermal effusivity and athleticwear in The Conversation.

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Landscape Architecture Alumna Wins ASLA Award

The American Society of Landscape Architects recognized Deanna Lynn (MLA, ’20) for her research in designing for soil carbon sequestration.

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Remembering Edward Allen, 1997 Pietro Belluschi Distinguished Professor in Architectural Design

The AIA fellow passed away at the age of 81 due to complications with Parkinson’s disease.

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Alumna and Associate Professor are Winners of the 2020 Hallie Ford Fellowship

Artist Fellows Natalie Ball and Donald Morgan were awarded $35,000.

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Cultivating Artist Communities and Networks

Five artist-run groups with connections to the Department of Art provide creative and professional platforms for artists based in Oregon.

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Keith Eggener on Architect Luis Barragán with the New York Times Magazine, 99% Invisible

History of Art and Architecture professor discusses the legacy and Instagram-ability of the Mexican architect’s buildings.

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From Costa Rica to PPPM, A Q&A with Jove Rousseau

The Master of Public Administration student and UO Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration employee tells his story.

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Good Morning America Highlights the College of Design’s COVID-19 Research

Architecture Professor Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg explains how testing buildings could be key to mitigating virus transmission.

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Design for Spatial Justice Fellow Tackles Systemic Racism in Architecture

Architect, scholar, and activist Craig Wilkins asks for a moral reckoning in the field of architecture.

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HAA Alumna Curates Show on Great American Etcher

Emily Shinn captures the career and legacy of Mildred Bryant Brooks at the JSMA.

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A-Frame Revival

Princeton Architectural Press issues a second edition of Historic Preservation Assistant Professor Chad Randl’s seminal book.

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Oregon Quarterly Highlights Architecture Professor’s COVID-19 Research

The magazine features the work of Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg, BioBE, and IHBE investigating the virus in the built environment.

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Sustainable Architecture as Protest

Metropolis Magazine features Erin Moore’s ‘Pipeline Portal’ pavilions placed along the route of the proposed Pacific Connector Pipeline.

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PPPM Professor Researches COVID-19’s Effects on Lifestyle and Transportation

Rebecca Lewis joins two research teams examining how the pandemic shapes consumer and transportation choices.

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