Black Engineer.com thinks Keith Coleman is a rising star and said so in a recent profile. In February, Coleman (MDesS ‘09) a structural design engineer at CH2M Hill, was named Black Engineer of the Year at the BEYA STEM Global Competitiveness Conference.
Read the profile.
This year the GSD is well represented among the winners and finalists of the SOM Prize. James Leng (MArch ’13) received the top prize, and Arielle Assouline-Lichten (MArch ’13) and Edward Becker (MArch ’13) were among the 8 finalists.
Collective-LOK, formed by Jon Lott (MArch '05), William O'Brien Jr. (MArch '05) and Michael Kubo (MArch '06) was recently chosen as one of three finalists for Ground/Work: A Design Competitionfor Van Alen Institute's New Street-Level Space.
Design by MVH, Inc, President Michael Von Hausen (MLAUD '80), and the Guangzhou Planning and Design Survey Research Institute was chosen for the extension of the City of Huangshi metropolitan area.
Spring semester option studios took UPD students across the globe, from Milan to Mexico City, from Chicago to Istanbul. Planning and urban design students were teamed with colleagues from across the GSD’s disciplines to investigate some of the core issues of the built form.
Carlos Garciavelez (MAUD '12 and lecturer in urban design) published part of his Druker Fellowship research "Form and Pedagogy: An Atlas of 20th Century University City in Latin America" in the Argentinian architectural journal PLOT. Garciavelez’s applied research project traces the university campus model in Latin America as the most salient symbol of progress of the 20th century large-scale urban interventions inscribed into the Latin American city.
he largest indoor sport fish hatchery in North America is the first ever recipient of the EnvisionTM Gold award for sustainable infrastructure. The award ceremony that honored the William Jack Hernandez Fish Hatchery of Anchorage Alaska was the culmination of 6 years of collaboration by the Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure at the GSD with the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure to create a rating system for infrastructure sustainability. It also marked the start of a new phase in implementing the Envision standards on a wide scale.
The Center for Outdoor Living Design (COLD) at Kent State University has selected work by two GSD grads among the winning designs in the "Coldscapes" New Visions for Cold Weather Cities" competition.