CAUS News Archive

26 Apr 2016 CAUS Awards

Faculty, staff, and students from the College of Architecture and Urban Studies gathered at the University Club on April 21 for the college's annual awards ceremony. [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="25" gal_title="2016 CAUS Awards"] CAUS and University Awards CAUS Certificate for Excellence in Teaching: Ann-Marie Knoblauch CAUS Certificate for Excellence in Outreach:  Patrick Doan CAUS Certificate...

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22 Apr Urban Affairs and Planning students present research findings at US Department of Transportation workshop

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...

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20 Apr Architecture + Music

Students from Virginia Tech's School of Architecture + Design and the School of Performing Arts joined forces recently for a day of music and architecture on the Drillfield. Crowds gathered on the Drillfield throughout the day to watch a series of performances that were part of Unlikely Ensembles:...

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13 Apr Student Profile: Jud Froelich

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...

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08 Apr Center for Design Research (CDR) hosts workshop Dynamo-BUILD! in Sydney, Australia

The international "Robotic Fabrication in Architecture, Art, and Design" convention was recently held in Sydney, Australia, at the 3rd Biennial International Convention on Robotic Fabrication in Architecture Art and Design (RobArch2016). Virginia Tech was the only university to host a workshop independent from an Australian academic institution. The workshop included 13...

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07 Apr Andrew McCoy wins Journal of Architectural Engineering best article award

[caption id="attachment_4109" align="alignleft" width="200"] Andrew McCoy, Myers-Lawson School of Construction, with a family heirloom teachers' bell.[/caption] Andrew McCoy's journal article "Resilient Built Environment: New Framework for Assessing the Residential Construction Market” has been selected as the Best Journal Article of 2015 in the Journal of Architectural...

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31 Mar Student profile: Kevin Lee

Kevin Lee of Vienna, Virginia is a fourth year architecture student. His favorite part about his major is having the flexibility to explore different mediums, concepts, and overall architecture. He hopes to travel more after he graduates in order to see Asian and European architecture,...

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