Jeffrey L. Day in a
collaboration between Min | Day and FACT has won two more awards in 2013
for the Bemis InfoShop project: an AIA San Francisco Honor Award for Interior
Architecture and an AIA National Small Project Honor Award. The project has
previously received awards from AIA Nebraska and AIA Central States Region.
Day was invited to present "Anything Goes" as the annual Eva Maddox
lecture at the University of Illinois-Chicago on April 1, 2013.
Day with Min | Day were selected as semi-finalists in the "Typecast |
Recast" public art commission in Omaha. The finalist(s) will be announced
Wayne Drummond attained Emeritus
Dean rank and was honored by The College of Architecture during the Legacy of
Leadership ceremony in April 2013.
Professor Chris Ford presented
a paper titled “The Composite Drawing in Architectural Education,” at the
Design Communication Association conference at Oklahoma State in Oct
Ford also lectured on his “REIs: Renewable Energy Infrastructures” research
at the University of Hawai’I in Dec 2012. It has since been published in the journal Edinburgh Architecture Research #33.
Professor Tim Hemsath was
awarded a two-year $15,000 grant by the AIA Upjohn Research Initiative
for A Framework for an Energy Efficient and Computer Automated Housing
Rumiko Handa published her article
"Sir Walter Scott and Kenilworth Castle: Ruins Restored by Historical
Imagination" in Preservation
Education and Research, Journal of the National Council for Preservation
Education, volume 5 (2012), 29-44. Her photograph of Kenilworth Castle made the
Handa’s article titled "Indigo Jones and Stonehenge: The Most Notable
Antiquity of Great Britain, Restored," is included in the book Ordo et Mensura IX, edited by Florian
Huber and Rolf C.A. Rottländer and published by Scripta Mercaturae Verlag,
Mark Hoistad has been
given Adjunct Professor status at XiAn Jioatong University for three years,
where he has acted as visiting critic and lectured twice.
Professor Brian M. Kelly will
be featured in two forthcoming journals – the International Journal of Interior Architecture and Spatial Design (title
"HP2") and AIA's Forward
(titled "Making by Proxy: A Contemporary Definition of
Kelly presented papers at AAE conference at Nottingham Trent University, ARCC
conference at UNC Charlotte, and ATMOS 5 conference at University of Manitoba.
Kelly's design research work titled "HP2" was short listed from a
national call for the IDEC Design Awards Program in the category of
"Design as Idea." The work was part of the ACSA's National Conference
poster session in San Francisco.
Kelly co-authored a paper with Eric Leahy (UNL ’12), which will be included in
the MediaCities 4 conference at the University of Buffalo.
Professor Nathan Krug will receive a
‘Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students’ from The Parents
Association, University of Nebraska – Lincoln for his “significant contribution
to their lives while at UNL.”
Professor Peter Olshavsky has
received a $10,000 Layman Seed Grant to support his project “Story-telling
Machines: North American Architecture of Late-Modernity, 1969-1999.”
Olshavsky presented a paper, “Re-Telling Paris: Creative History as Perceptual
Place-making” and moderated a session at the National Conference of the
Beginning Design Student at Temple University.
Olshavsky is organizing a paper session called “Global Architectural Machine
Traditions” for ACSA Miami and is currently accepting submissions.
and Dean Emeritus Cecil Steward was
honored during the College of Architecture’s Legacy of Leadership ceremony in