All school meeting, 1.19.2018 2PM, Biology Auditorium Room 100
EVENTS, ANNOUNCEMENTS & PROGRAMS
STUDENT, FACULTY & ALUMNI
ACSA 2017 Conference - Marfa, Texas
Texas Tech host the 2017 Fall ACSA Conference in Marfa, Texas. Click ACSA 2017 Conference for more.
World Architecture Day - Oct. 2
"Texas Tech's Focus on World Architecture isn't just once a year". World Architecture Day reminds us to take care of the place where we all live. Read the article about our College and faculty and their ties to the world and to the Architecture Community. Click Here
Texas Tech Helps Celebrate EPCC's new Architecture Building
The new building of EPCC was inaugurated on Aug. 18th, and Texas Tech University and the College of Architecture were precent to celebrate this joint effort that will benefit not only the community of El Paso, but the discipline of Architecture. Read the article here
Professor Bennett Neiman featured on formZ user spotlight
Professor of Architecture, Bennett Neiman, is featured on formZ user spotlight with his current work that explores how form•Z enables digital media to transforming the teaching and practice of design. For more information Click Here
Assistant Professor to participating in the Chicago Architecture Biennial
Jessica Colangelo, Assistant Professor in the College of Architecture in collaboration with Sylvia Lavin, Erin Besler and Norman Kelly will exhibit at the Chicago Architecture Biennia. For more information Click Here
5 New Professors Joining Texas Tech College of Architecture
The College of Architecture is happy to welcome five new faculty members who are joining the College of Architecture this coming semester.
EYP Health Welcomes New Tradewell Fellow CoA Alumna Jacqueline Guerra
M.Arch Graduate Jacqueline Guerra is the 2017-2018 recipient of the EYP Health Tradewell Fellowship. News release by AIA Houston.
AGENCY launches Border Dispatches series
El Paso Faculty Ersela Kripa + Stephen Mueller from AGENCY have launched their Border Dispatches series. An series of investigative reports on the US/Mexico borderland. The First Installment featured in this month "The Architect's Newspaper"
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