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 •  January 5

In the Spring of 2017 Matthew Colaizzo was an artist in residence at Anderson Ranch Art Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado. Located high in the Rocky Mountains, close to Aspen, the area is a big tourist destination for skiers and visitors looking to be immersed in the scenic beauty. This culture often overshadows the area’s history of mining and...

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 •  September 26, 2017

Ashely McCabe and Joseph Matthews recently participated in the Arch Out Loud Competition. The theme of the competition was Human Trafficking: Tenancingo Square Mediascape. The goal of the open ideas competiton was to "reimagine the town square of Tenancingo, Mexico in response to the prevalent issues of sex trafficking existing in the area."...

Temple University

 •  September 26, 2017

Congratulations to Maryam Hallaj, who recieved an Honorable Mention in the 2017 Illuminating Engineer's Society (IES) of Philadelphia student competition! The competition, called "Designing with Light," tasked students with designing a tabletop luminare to be used as a centerpiece at the annual IES Awards in Philadelphia. Maryam attended the...

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 •  May 15, 2017

Temple senior Adi Cohen was recently interviewed by Building Operations Management at the National Facilities Management and Technology Conference. The conference includes education sessions and an expo of the newest technologies and soltuions in the FM industry. Adi spoke about what attracts young people to careers in Facilities Management, which...

Temple University

 •  May 15, 2017

At the Tyler School of Art awards ceremony, Randal Rook, MS City and Regional Planning, was presented with the American Institute of Certified Planners Outstanding Student Award. The Planning and Community Development department faculty select a student based on three criteria: academic excellence, commitment to the profession, and community...

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 •  April 27, 2017

Lynn Mandarano, Associate Professor and Chair of the Planning and Community Development department, was invited to deliver a tribute to Dr. Jeffrey Featherstone at the Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin 35th Annual Recognition Awards Dinner. The WRA selected Jeff to receive the Samuel S. Baxter Memorial award. The Baxter award...

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 •  April 12, 2017

William Schwaller was awarded the 2017-8 International Research Travel Grant for U.S.-based Scholars from the Terra Foundation for American Art. His project is “Arte de Sistemas in Argentina and Beyond: Theories of Systems Esthetics and the Centro de Arte y Comunicación’s International Network.” The Terra Grant provides $6000 to support research...

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 •  March 31, 2017

The Winter 2017 issue of Temple Magazine includes an artlcle highlighting recent community-service learning courses and funded projects led by Architecture and Environmental Design faculty and students. Since 2013, Lynn Mandarano, Associate Professor and Chair, has been working with the community development corporation just to the east of...

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 •  March 20, 2017

Professor Eric Oskey's firm Moto Designshop has been creating a buzz lately. In addition to their recent award from Architect magazine, (more coverage about that here) Moto Designshop has recently been recognized by the Community Design Collaborative as their 2016 Outstanding Team (Firm), for their work on the conceptual design for facility...

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 •  March 6, 2017

Come vist us this year at EarthFest 2017! Temple University Ambler’s annual outdoor educational festival celebrating Earth Day, will be held on Friday, April 28, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine. http://ambler.temple.edu/about/earthfest