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A recent article by METROPOLIS magazine names Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies one of the most diverse and inclusive design and architecture schools in the nation. In “Diversity Champions: 8 Schools That Aren’t Just Paying Lip Service To Diversity,” the magazine notes the following: Although diversity and inclusion initiatives have been sweeping […]

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Kyle VanDerVelden, a freshman in the Myers-Lawson School of Construction, is a winner of the Virginia Tech Common Book Project 2016-17 Essay Competition. His essay, “The Potential of Ut Prosim,” describes how he started the nonprofit organization Right to Write as a 10th grader in Wayne, New Jersey. Ever since, he has held pencil drives […]

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Virginia Tech will unveil the final phase of FutureHAUS – the revolutionary prototype for the home of the future – with the bedroom and home office at the world’s largest kitchen and bath industry expo, KBIS, January 10 through 12 in Orlando. Like the three previous prototypes for the kitchen, bath, and living room, the […]

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Cole Smith of Charlottesville, Virginia is a May 2016 graduate with a bachelors in Industrial Design in the School of Architecture + Design. Growing up in a UVA household led him to believe he would never attend Virginia Tech. After participating in the Math, Engineering, & Science Academy at Albemarle High School, Smith started researching Industrial Design […]

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Shannon Cain of West Chester, Pennsylvania is a rising fourth year architecture student. After graduation, she hopes to get a job with an architecture firm that is small enough that she can get to know everyone in the office. She hopes to live in a more rural area, rather than living in a city. Her favorite part […]

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Gina Fontanella of Lemoyne, Pennsylvania is a rising senior majoring in Interior Design. Growing up, she always wanted to be an architect, but once she began taking her foundations courses she realized she was much more interested in designing interior spaces that people have the chance to interact with on a daily basis. Her favorite part […]

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Three interdisciplinary teams of students from the Course Textile Space (Paola Zellner) and independent studies (Prof Tom Martin) worked on design projects prompted by NASA. The students presented their projects and prototypes at the Wearable Technology Symposium at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. There were a total of 19 university teams present representing Pratt, the University [...]
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Shannon Standish of Charlotte, North Carolina is a fifth year student majoring in Architecture and minoring in Industrial Design and History. After graduation, she plans to work in an architectural office that focuses on custom residential or small-scale commercial spaces. She would like to work on buildings where she can get into the details of construction […]

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Graduate students Kyle Lukacs, Lauren Hall, Nick Ruiz, Douglas Cobb, Jon Wergin, and Kerri Oddenino in Associate Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning Ralph Buehler’s transportation studio class presented findings of their recent study of cycling in the Foggy Bottom/Farragut area at the ‘Think Bike’ Workshop April 21 and 22, hosted by the Dutch Embassy and […]

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Jud Froelich of Richmond, Virginia is a fifth-year student double-majoring in Studio Art and Russian. Froelich grew up in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. After graduation in the spring, he plans on staying in the Blacksburg area and working for a year while continuing to create and exhibit artwork. You moved around a lot growing up. Tell me about […]

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