After a decade of leading the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Architecture and Design, Scott Poole, FAIA, has announced his intent to step down as dean and return to teaching in June 2021.
Across the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, faculty members stepped up to support their students during the pandemic, figuring out solutions to teach their courses and making adjustments on the fly.
Beyond improving an essential protective device for health care workers in the fight against COVID-19, Assistant Professor of Architecture Maged Guerguis’s response was to innovate.
Although in-person commencement ceremonies in May had to be postponed for safety, UT will recognize graduates and their outstanding achievements over the next few weeks.
In labs across campus, faculty and staff are fabricating face-shield headbands and other personal protective gear for use by Tennessee medical professionals.
The Bridge Mobile App for Burn Patients provides patients with instruction, encouragement, and essential biopsychosocial rehabilitation after discharge.
Students at Knoxville’s South-Doyle High School are exploring careers in architecture, construction science, and engineering this year as part of a new mentorship program.
UT’s College of Architecture and Design has been recognized in several categories in the most recent national rankings report released by DesignIntelligence, the preeminent source of design program rankings.
In 2008, when Thomas K. Davis took over the Nashville Urban Design Studio in the College of Architecture and Design, he had a clear vision in mind: his students would design projects that could become real-world structures across Nashville and other parts of Middle Tennessee.
UT is set to surpass last year’s record enrollment as students begin their first day of classes today. More than 6,700 new students are expected this year, including freshmen, transfer, and Volunteer Bridge students.
The group behind a multi-state project to develop recreational, environmental, and economic opportunities along the Tennessee River will host public events in five communities across Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky throughout July and August.
Rana Abudayyeh, Robin Klehr Avia Professor of Interior Design in UT’s College of Architecture and Design, asks how architects respond to shifting perspectives of space, particularly for displaced people, in this age of hyperconnectivity.