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Metropolis Future 100

April 24, 2024

WHAT STARTS HERE

When you become part of the School of Architecture community, you join one of the largest, most renowned alumni networks in the world. 

Graduates of the School of Architecture exemplify our university’s motto “What starts here changes the world” and throughout our 100-year history, UTSOA alumni have influenced and shaped the built environment, advancing our disciplines and the future of design. 

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STAY CONNECTED

Once a Longhorn, always a Longhorn. Stay connected to UT Austin and the School of Architecture long after you graduate. Here's how:

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ALUMNI RESOURCES

Whether you're looking to hire UTSOA students, or tap into UT Austins alumni networks, as an alumnus you can take advantage of a multitude of recruiting, job search, and networking services offered by both the School of Architecture and the University.  

MAKE A GIFT

Gifts of any amount can help our students prepare to shape the future of the built environment. Whether you want to support scholarships, encourage research, invest in technology, or provide unrestricted support, we have giving opportunities that align with your interests. 

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ALUMNI NEWS

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UT Alumnus David Lake and Partner Ted Flato Receive 2024 AIA Gold Medal

Alumnus David Lake (BSAS ’77) and his partner Ted Flato have been recognized with one of the most prestigious industry awards for pushing the limits of design while easing the burden on our planet.
2023-2024 issue of Platform held up in the garden outside the Blanton Museum of Art looking out towards the Texas State Capitol

2023–2024 Issue of Platform Explores How the UT School of Architecture Contributes to the Creation of Places that Foster Civic Life

With essays spanning the school’s disciplines, this year’s magazine considers the role that planning and design practices play in imagining an accessible and vibrant public sphere within Austin and beyond.
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Donor Profile: Lauren Rottet, FAIA, FIIDA

School of Architecture alumna and Founding Principal of Rottet Studio, Lauren Rottet, gives back to the place where it all began through an endowed Texas Challenge Scholarship. This article originally appeared in the 2023-2024 issue of Platform "Civics and Placemaking."

ALUMNI PROFILES

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    Final reviews kick off next week and we’re excited to invite several out-of-town reviewers to @utaustintx. Visit the link in our bio for bios and more information about these accomplished practitioners and academics.<br>
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    Final reviews kick off next week and we’re excited to invite several out-of-town reviewers to @utaustintx. Visit the link in our bio for bios and more information about these accomplished practitioners and academics.

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    We’re excited to announce that Luis E. Carranza has been named the School of Architecture’s 2024 commencement speaker.<br>
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    We’re excited to announce that Luis E. Carranza has been named the School of Architecture’s 2024 commencement speaker.

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    There’s still time to support UTSOA during this year’s #UT40for40 campaign! Donate by 10 pm tonight at the link in our bio to benefit our students, faculty, and programs. <br>
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    There’s still time to support UTSOA during this year’s #UT40for40 campaign! Donate by 10 pm tonight at the link in our bio to benefit our students, faculty, and programs.

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    40 Hours for the Forty Acres is here! A gift of any size will help the School of Architecture level the playing field for our students. <br>
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    40 Hours for the Forty Acres is here! A gift of any size will help the School of Architecture level the playing field for our students.

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    As part of a long-standing collaboration with the @nationalparkservice, students in Associate Professor Benjamin Ibarra-Sevilla’s @el__chubasco Graphic Documentation course traveled to Maryland last fall for four days of fieldwork in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Historic Park.<br>
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    As part of a long-standing collaboration with the @nationalparkservice, students in Associate Professor Benjamin Ibarra-Sevilla’s @el__chubasco Graphic Documentation course traveled to Maryland last fall for four days of fieldwork in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Historic Park.

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    On Friday, April 12, our 2022-24 Emerging Scholar Tyler Swingle @tylrswngl will host a one-day “Fiber Fiction” colloquium in the Mebane Gallery.<br>
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    On Friday, April 12, our 2022-24 Emerging Scholar Tyler Swingle @tylrswngl will host a one-day “Fiber Fiction” colloquium in the Mebane Gallery.

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    We’re still buzzing from all the excitement from Friday’s Graduate Open House ☀️ Thank you to all of the prospective students and families who joined us—We hope to see you back here this fall!
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    We’re still buzzing from all the excitement from Friday’s Graduate Open House ☀️ Thank you to all of the prospective students and families who joined us—We hope to see you back here this fall!

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    Tomorrow, Bachelor of Interior Design student Eamanne Moharram is taking over our Instagram to show us what her Advanced Studio, “Design in 4D: Adaptive Cultural Constructs,” got up to in Mexico City earlier this term.<br>
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    Tomorrow, Bachelor of Interior Design student Eamanne Moharram is taking over our Instagram to show us what her Advanced Studio, “Design in 4D: Adaptive Cultural Constructs,” got up to in Mexico City earlier this term.

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    On Wednesday, the artist @claudia__wieser closes out our Spring 2024 lecture series with her lecture “Material Matters,” taking place at 5:00 in the Goldsmith Lecture Hall.
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    On Wednesday, the artist @claudia__wieser closes out our Spring 2024 lecture series with her lecture “Material Matters,” taking place at 5:00 in the Goldsmith Lecture Hall.