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Student Research Finds Inequitable Distribution of Stormwater Infrastructure and Disaster Relief Funding in Houston, Texas

October 28, 2021
Community & Regional Planning students receive the 2021 Best Student Project award from the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association for research outlining inequities in stormwater infrastructure and disaster recovery funding in Houston.
Rendering of diverse school aged children on the edge of a meadow with heavy machinery and piles of industrial materials in the background

Texas Landscape Project Selected to Represent Nationwide Green New Deal Superstudio Initiative

October 25, 2021
Landscape architecture student Kristin Witte's project "Rooted Rubble" selected to serve as a representative sample of the Green New Deal Superstudio initiative.
View of the central Italian countryside, with groves of olive trees seen behind an older structure.

Phoebe Lickwar Awarded Prestigious Rome Prize

October 23, 2021
Phoebe Lickwar, associate professor of landscape architecture in the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin, has been awarded the 2021-2022 Rome Prize, one of the most highly regarded awards in the arts and humanities.
A large, trunk-like plant root extends beyond the boundaries of a concrete planter as leaves and vines spindle behind it

"Plant Potential" Conference Explores Importance of Plant-Human Relations, November 5

October 22, 2021
Plant Potential, an online conference curated by Assistant Professor Aleksandra Jaeschke, brings together five creative minds for a collective exploration of our relationship with plant life.
Aerial view of a Houston residential neighborhood

My Home is Here – Harris County’s Housing Needs Assessment and 10-Year Strategy

October 19, 2021
My Home is Here report identifies ways Harris County can approach investment and policymaking that meets communities where they are, building on their strengths and working with them to tackle longstanding inequities.
Tekena Koko smiles at the camera as he's standing on a balcony that overlooks an urban skyline at dusk

Tekena Koko, 2021-23 Emerging Scholar in Design

October 15, 2021
Meet Tekena Koko, our 2021-23 Emerging Scholar in Design
Black and white headshot of Eliza Blackman

Historic Preservation Graduates Present at APT Conference

October 6, 2021
Two recent Historic Preservation graduate students will present their student research projects at the 2021 Association for Preservation Technology International’s (APT) annual conference.
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Congratulations to our Newly Promoted Faculty Members

October 1, 2021
The UT School of Architecture is pleased to announce three new faculty promotions effective September 1, 2021.
Alex Karner spiritedly speaking to a table of academics

Q&A with Associate Professor Alex Karner

October 1, 2021
Q&A with Associate Professor Alex Karner to celebrate his promotion.
Nerea Feliz taking a break from working on a design project in a messy studio room

Q&A with Nerea Feliz, Interior Design Associate Professor

October 1, 2021
To celebrate Associate Professor Nerea Feliz's recent promotion, we caught up with her to learn more about her background, interests and her views on the field of interior design.
Bjorn and his students standing in a group, smiling at the camera in the Dominican Republic

Q&A with Bjorn Sletto, Professor of Community and Regional Planning

October 1, 2021
To celebrate Professor Bjorn Sletto's recent promotion, we caught up with him to learn more about his background, interests, and his views on the field of planning.
Wide angle view of a town on the coast of the Galapagos, seen from afar looking through trees over a grassy area.

Do-No-Harm, Do-More-Good: Building for Sustainability in the Galapagos

September 21, 2021
Students to study sustainable growth as it manifests in the Galapagos Islands as part of the President's Award for Global Learning

PRP Now! Andrew Brandt // ADEPT

September 21, 2021
PRP Now! is a series of interviews that highlight a current UTSOA Professional Residency Program student every few weeks.
A yellow four-legged robot with an apple ipad attached stands on the sidewalk, poised to deliver cookies on campus

Jiao Receives NSF Funding to Develop New Ethical Robotics Program

September 20, 2021
Junfeng Jiao and Good Systems researchers receive $3M from the National Science Foundation to develop new UT Austin robotics program.
Ania Yee-Boguinskaia

PRP Now! Ania Yee-Boguinskaia // WORKac

September 9, 2021
PRP Now! is a series of interviews that highlight a current UTSOA Professional Residency Program student every few weeks.

PRP Now! Jessica Go // Dick Clark + Associates

September 8, 2021
PRP Now! is a series of interviews that highlight a current UTSOA Professional Residency Program student every few weeks.
A grid of six different architectural facades in Central Harlem in various states

Todd Brown Appointed as 2021-23 Race and Gender in the Built Environment Fellow

September 8, 2021
Interdisciplinary environmental scholar Todd Levon Brown joins school as 2021-23 Race & Gender in the Built Environment Fellow
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Meet Assistant Professor Bryan Norwood

September 3, 2021
Assistant Professor Bryan Norwood joins the School of Architecture