Mizzou Architectural Studies faculty provide simple energy-saving tips for summer months

July 12, 2023

Katherine Stockton and Michael Goldschmidt from the University of Missouri's Architectural Studies share simple energy-saving tips people can do around the home during the summer months.

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MU Architectural Studies grad wins 2023 Forge Prize

April 25, 2023

Mizzou Architectural Studies graduate, Jeffrey Lee's LVL (Level) Studio’s steel canopy and site remediation concept to reinvent the gas station experience for the electric vehicle (EV) age has won the American Institute of Steel Construction’s 2023 Forge Prize.

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MU Architectural Studies chair to speak at ACSA webinar

March 24, 2023

Lyria Bartlett, Associate Teaching Professor and chair of the Department of Architectural Studies in Mizzou’s College of Arts & Science, will be one of four speakers in an upcoming ACSA webinar.

ArchSt Research Featured

Oct. 25, 2022

Exploring the areas of virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality and artificial intelligence, Mizzou scholars are working across disciplines to enter the metaverse.

Mizzou ArchSt awarded Zero Energy Design Designation by the U.S. Department of Energy

Sept. 29, 2022

U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) recently awarded A&S's Department of Architectural Studies its first-ever Zero Energy Design Designation (ZEDD) seal of recognition. This new DOE designation distinguishes Architectural Studies as one that teaches best practices of zero-energy design to its students and requires them to apply those building science…

Julie Brinkhoff of Architectural Studies Helps Secure $5 Million Grant

March 14, 2022

Goal is to help people with disabilities live life to fullest Julie Brinkhoff, business services consultant senior with the University of Missouri, is an expert in disability regulations and compliance. Brinkhoff is the director of the Great Plains ADA Center where she has served in various roles since the mid-90s. The Great Plains ADA Center…

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ArchSt Students Win 3rd Place at US Dept. of Energy Solar Decathlon

April 19, 2021

Congratulations to Architectural Studies students Claire Schneider and Melanie West for winning third prize nationally at the US Dept. of Energy Solar Decathlon for the Mixed Use Multifamily Building Category and the Director’s Award! We are so proud of you!

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Dr. Balakrishnan Quoted in Show Me Mizzou

March 24, 2021

Dr. Bimal Balakrishnan, Associate Professor and Department Chair of the Department of Architectural Studies, was quoted in Show Me Mizzou’s story on MU and AT&T Collaboration Brings 5G Technology to Campus. The University of Missouri and AT&T are collaborating on an innovation lab in Cornell Hall that will bring full 5G+ millimeter capability to MU’s…

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Congratulations Dr. Cole

March 8, 2021

Dr. Laura Cole, Assistant Professor in the Department of Architectural Studies, is the award winner of the 2021 Interior Design Educators Council. This award recognizes and individual’s distinguished achievement in the area of scholarship as it relates to the interior environment and its contribution to the discipline of interior design.

Congratulations Class of 2020

May 18, 2020

Congratulations to our 2020 Architectural Studies Graduates!

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Two Architectural Studies Faculty Receive Richard Wallace Faculty Incentive Grants

April 17, 2020

The Mizzou Alumni Association announced the Spring 2020 recipients of the Richard Wallace Faculty Incentive Grant. Out of five recipients across campus, the Department of Architectural Studies boasts two award winners. Dr. Suyeon Bae was awarded support for her project entitled "Favorable hospital environments for patients and staff: An exploratory study," a pilot study that will…

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New Bus Shelter Designed by MU Students to Place Next Spring

Jan. 5, 2020

This was the winning entry in a 2014 contest where MU architectural students submitted designs for new bus shelters in Columbia. This design came from a team called Fab Collab. The city is seeking bids from companies interested in building a similar shelter for a bus stop outside Columbia Public Library. Read full article

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Study Explores Green Building Literacy for K-12 Students

Sept. 12, 2019

Story by Jenny Wiedower It's not always easy to define exactly what we hope to teach. To go beyond signage at school recycling bins, we need a more standard definition of "green building literacy" to both define and expand our ideas about the potential for school buildings as teaching tools. To fill this gap, a…

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Dawn Loraas Selected as Interior Design Educators Council Foundation Scholar

Jan. 7, 2019

Doctoral student Dawn Loraas was selected as one of the five interior design graduate student scholars nationwide who will receive a scholarship to attend the Interior Design Educators Council annual conference in Charlotte, NC from March 6 to March 9, 2019. As part of her doctoral studies with an environment-behavior focus, she is also pursuing…