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Six students from the School of Interiors receive undergraduate research grants

Six students from the School of Interiors were awarded financial support from the University of Kentucky Office of Undergraduate Research.  Of the $95,400 distributed,  Interiros students $10,500 in support.     The grant recipients are: Katie Abushanab (2nd year), for a community-engagement project in the North Limestone neighborhood (Faculty Advisor:…
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Architecture students featured in UK undergraduate arts journal

Several students from the College of Design were instrumental in the publication of Shale, the undergraduate arts journal. The journal's layout and design was managed by  Sarah Wagner, and Shannon Newberry served as art editor. Both are second year architecture students. The journal's cover art was designed by architecture student…
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UK/CoD professors published in research and design journal

University of Kentucky School of Interiors professors Allison Carll-White and Lindsey Guinther were recently published in the Heath Environments Research and Design Journal. Their article, entitled "One Size Does Not Fit All: A Diagnostic Post-Occupancy Evaluation Model for an Emergency Department", presents a detailed account of processes and multiple methodologies used…
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UK/CoD students part of multidisciplinary teams to present sustainability research at NSF-STFS

Undergraduate students who participated in the National Science Foundation-funded Systems Thinking for Sustainability (NSF-STFS) course at the University of Kentucky will present their research findings in a showcase Tuesday, May 6th, from 10:30 – 12:30pm in the Lexmark Public Room in UK's Main Building. This project showcase, which is…
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Professors Anne Filson and Gary Rohrbacher featured in France’s Le Monde

AtFAB, the open source furniture collection created by UK/CoD architecture professors Anne Filson and Gary Rohrbacher, was featured in France's premier newspaper Le Monde. The article, entitled "Open Source Projects Are Changing the World" addresses the emergence of open source culture. AtFAB exemplifies the accessibility of design and how ideas…
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Next phase of HBEER featured in The Lane Report

via The Lane Report   Local, state and federal officials joined community leaders Friday for a groundbreaking on the next phase of the energy-efficient Green Valley development in Whitley County.   The development will include 13 Houseboat to Energy Efficient Residences (HBEER) units, built by Stardust Cruisers in Monticello,…
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Three UK/CoD students receive Gaines Fellowships

By Whitney Hale, UKNow The University of Kentucky Gaines Center for the Humanities has chosen 12 outstanding undergraduates as new scholars for the university's Gaines Fellowship Program for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 academic years. Gaines Fellowships are given in recognition of outstanding academic performance, demonstrated ability to conduct independent research,…
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Two UK/CoD professors awarded research fellowships

Two junior faculty in the College of Design - Assistant Professor Martin Summers in the School of Architecture and Assistant Professor Douglas Appler in the Department of Historic Preservation were awarded the 2013-2014 University of Kentucky Office of the Vice-President for Research Summer Faculty Research Fellowship for Regular Title Series…
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IDSA hosts fundraiser for SOI scholarships.

The Interior Design Student Association is hosting a fundraiser for scholarships for students in the UK/CoD School of Interiors. In return for $5 contributions, donors will be placed in a drawing for a Haworth lamp designed by Pablo Pardo. The selected donor will be announced April 4.   For those interested…
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Historic Preservation Department offering Graduate Certificates

UK/CoD Department of Historic Preservation is now offering graduate certificates. Students have a choice of four areas of concentration:  Preservation and Design; Preservation and Economic Development; Preservation and Planning; and Rural Preservation. The certificates require 12 credit hours.   Graduate certificates can be earned concurrently with a master's degree in…
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