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UK College of Design: Building on a Foundation of Excellence in Innovation, Service

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug. 27, 2015) — While the University of Kentucky College of Design was established in 2002, it has a storied history of almost 100 years of study on campus with its foundation in an architectural option created in the College of Engineering in the 1920s, and…
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UK/CoD Associate Dean for Research & School of Architecture Prof. Gregory Luhan featured in UK Video

                        College of Design Associate Dean for Research Gregory Luhan, the John Russell Groves Endowed Professor of Architecture is featured in the latest UK "Welcome Back from the UK Family" video.  Professor Luhan is featured in the opening scene…
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Tau Sigma Delta Silver and Bronze Medalists 2015

The Tau Sigma Delta Alphi Chi Chapter at the University of Kentucky would like to congratulate Leonard Wujcik for receiving the 2015 Silver Medal, recognizing his professional contribution to the field of Architectural Education and Hannah Sellers for receiving the 2015 Bronze Medal, recognizing her distinction in Architectural Excellence.  …
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UK/CoD School of Interiors Student Erin Taylor’s Work from UG Research Grant with UKHealthcare

                                    Erin Taylor, a recipient of a UK Summer Undergraduate Research Grant and School of Interiors faculty mentor Assistant Professor Lindsey Fay have been working in collaboration with UK Healthcare this summer…
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UK/CoD School of Architecture Professor Jason Scroggin exhibits at The Long Beach Museum of Art

UK/CoD School of Architecture Professor Jason Scroggin exhibits at The Long Beach Museum of Art UK/CoD Associate Professor of Architecture Jason Scroggin [DOTS] presents his Massimals design and fabrication research along with a select group of national and internationally renowned urban contemporary artists at The Long Beach…
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UK/CoD Professor of Architecture Martin Summers Wins Five International Design Awards

UK/CoD Assistant Professor of Architecture Martin Summers Wins Five International Design Awards Including The Top Prize, “Architectural Design of the Year 14” University of Kentucky College of Design Assistant Professor of Architecture Martin Summers and his practice PLUS-SUM Studio receive five International Design Awards.  The jury of The International…
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UK/CoD Architecture Professor Martin Summers invited to an International Exhibition in Seoul, Korea

Assistant Professor of Architecture, Martin Summers, was invited to participate in the Korean Institute for Youth Facilities and Education (KIYFE) International Exhibition in Seoul, Korea at the Munjeong-dong Raemian Gallery from November 20th through the 25th, 2014.  The exhibition showcased 200 projects where children’s activities and education were a…
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UK/CoD Historic Preservation Professor Doug Appler publishes article in the Journal of Urbanism

UK/COD Historic Preservation professor Doug Appler researches shared goals of preservation and affordable housing   Historic Preservation faculty member Douglas Appler recently published an article in the Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability that draws attention to one way historic preservation can contribute to the…
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Changing Faces in the UK/CoD School of Interiors

by Patrick Lee Lucas, Director of the School of Interiors   This year, the University of Kentucky celebrates its sesquicentennial, 150 years of rich history as the flagship higher education institution in the Commonwealth.  In the School of Interiors, we also celebrate a big 150 by adding together the years…
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UK/CoD Architecture Alumnus Ben Gallagher in article about Lexington’s residential infill projects

Lexington's historic Miller Street gets new life with residential infill projects   BY BEVERLY FORTUNE Contributing Writer for Lexington Herald Leader   July 17, 2015      Miller Street is so small and unobtrusive, most motorists pass without giving it second glance.   Just 13-feet wide, it is a one-way street that…
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