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Gregory Luhan appointed to the BHEC Academic Leadership Academy

UK/CoD Associate Dean of Research and Professor of Architecture Gregory Luhan was appointed to the Bluegrass Higher Education Consortium’s 2014 Academic Leadership Academy.   The Academic Leadership Academy is co-chaired by Dr. Bonnie Banker, Academic Dean at Asbury University and Dr. Sherry Robinson, Executive Assistant to the Provost and Academic…
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UK/CoD Professor Michael Jacobs honored in AIA KY top ten list

AIA Kentucky and Kentucky Educational Television (KET) along with our partners have joined to celebrate and recognize Kentucky Architecture that has influenced the way Kentuckians live, work, and play.   In celebration of AIA Kentucky's 50th anniversary, the influence architects have had on life in Kentucky, and the awareness of…
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UK/CoD student lauded by Habitat for Humanity for volunteer service

From the November issue of the Lexington Habitat for Humanity newsletter   When Micah Johnson took an unpaid internship with the Lexington Habitat construction department, she had no idea she would make a connection that would change her life. In a few short months, she built much more than her…
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UK/CoD students awarded honorable mention in PLAYscape competition

Architecture students Harrison Broadhurst and Kendall Latham were awarded an honorable mention in the PLAYscape design competition. The jury, which included design professionals from Building Trust Interntional, BMW Guggenheim Lab, and other firms found Broadhurst and Latham's proposal to have an innovative asthetic design with an interesting use of space.…
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Professor Wallis Miller presents at the Exhibiting Architecture conference in Germany

Wallis Miller delivered a talk at the conference "Architektur Ausstellen" [ "Exhibiting Architecture. The Mobile Order of The Immobile"] held on November 14 and 15 at the Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt, Germany.     In "What is Architecture? Exhibiting Models in Germany Before World War I," she discussed the presence…
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Professor Wallis Miller lectured at the KY Museum of Art and Craft

UK/CoD School of Architecture Professor Wallis Miller gave a lecture entitled "Saarinan in Context: Modern Architecture in the 20th Century" at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft in Louisville. Using a selection of modern works from the U.S. and abroad, Wallis Miller, PhD lectured on how Saarinen’s work was…
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UK/CoD Professor Jason Scroggin to present at TxA Interactive

UK/CoD Assistant Professor of Architecture Jason Scroggin presents his paper, “Fabricating Play,” at the 2013 Texas Society of Architects Annual Convention and Design Expo as part of TxA Interactive taking place in Fort Worth, TX November 7-9.  The panel discussion will focus on the use of digital fabrication, rapid prototyping,…
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UK/CoD 3D printing featured on UKnow

UKnow recently sat down with Assistant Professor Martin Summers and grad student Hans Koesters to discuss how students implement 3D printing technology into studio projects. "I think it’s incredible to have the opportunity because not every school in the country has it, in fact most don’t," Koesters said. "I was…
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Professors Filson and Rohrbacher present at panel in Rotterdam

Assistant Professors Anne Filson and Gary Rohrbacher presented at "New Technologies, New Business Models for Architects" at Het Niewe Instituut in Rotterdam, The Netherlands on November 11. They were joined by Ben van Berkel, Pierre Bismuth, One Architecture, and Jelle Feringa on a panel moderated by Nanne de Ru.  …
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Professor Clyde Carpenter receives Ambassadorship Award

UK/CoD Professor of Architecture Clyde Carpenter received the Henry Clay Ambassadorship Award from Mayor Jim Gray in recognition for his dedication to Lexington and its architectural heritage. The Ambassadorship Award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Lexington community. The University of Kentucky also recently recognized Professor Carpenter…
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