Professor Edgardo Arroyo's Second Year Studio participated with a group proposal for 2012 Park(ing)Day.
Professor Andrea Bauzá was part of a design collective that earned an Honorable Mention representing the US at the Venice Biennale
Dean Francisco Javier Rodríguez was a moderator at AULA's symposium in Albuquerque, New Mexico (UNM).
Contemporary Architecture in Puerto Rico 1993-2010, a book designed and edited by Dean Francisco Javier Rodríguez and Professor Darwin Marrero-Carrero was selected for the Bienal Iberoamericana de Diseño (BID12) in Madrid, Spain
The UPR hosted the premiere of "Unfinished Spaces", a Sundance documentary about the Arts Schools in Havana, Cuba
Associate Dean Mayra Jiménez represented the UPR in Cádiz, where our journal (in)forma 6 was selected for the Bienal Iberoamericana de Arquitectura.
Professor Manuel Bermúdez graduate city studio will travel to Panamá, where they will research Old Panama City as part of a 3-year effort to document colonial cities in the Caribbean that includes Cartagena, Havana, New Orleans, Santo Domingo and Old San Juan
ACSA Distinguished Professor Enrique Vivoni, PhD curated an exhibit showcasing the six summer studios he led in Corsica documenting over 100 houses, churches and tombs.
The UPR School of Architecture is engaging municipal authorities to explore collaborative studios on the city. Following the successful studios dedicated to Fajardo, the graduate studio led by Professors Thomas Marvel and Cristina Cardalda will continue to work with the Municipality of Bayamón.
Professors Jorge Lizardi-Pollock, PhD, Manuel Bermúdez and Dean Francisco Javier Rodríguez presented the book Ambivalent Spaces: Memory and Oblivion in Modern Social Architecture, at the Colegio de Arquitectos (CAAPPR).
Natalia Rey (MArch 12) won the Best Urban Design Thesis Award from the Colegio de Arquitectos (CAAPPR) and the Jaime Cobas Thesis Award.
The work of Professor Andrés Mignucci was highlighted on ENTORNO Magazine. He is currently working on a book documenting the PR Supreme Court Building.