Architecture students build outdoor gathering space for community bike shop
Faculty members awarded grant to research water-management structures
Architecture dean leaves legacy of social change
Dan Etheridge and Emilie Taylor, TSA '06 of the Tulane City Center publish article in OZ
Associate Professor Graham Owen speaks on Architectural Pedagogy and Disaster Recovery
Andrew Liles’ and John Stubbs’ research on the Fiske Theatre propels the theatre onto the National Register of Historic Places, the first structure for Oak Grove.
MSRED ADJUNCT LECTURER JASON NEVILLE RECENTLY PUBLISHED IN THE BOOK "NEW ORLEANS AND THE DESIGN MOMENT
Assistant Professor Kentaro Tsubaki to receive the Journal of Architectural Education Best Design as Scholarship Article Award
Stephen Paul Jacobs, Emeritus Professor 1941-2014
U.S. Green Building Council Elects Tulane Affiliates to the 2014 Board of Directors
Roma Osservata: By Errol Barron named as one of the top 10 books of 2013 for New Orleans readers
digital imaging specialist David Armentor to Exhibit the Sugar Mill Sessions at NOCCA
The Reading Life Interviews Errol Barron on Roma Ossevata
Amber N. Wiley is awarded the prestigious H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship for one year of worldwide travel to visit architectural and cultural sites throughout the Americas, Africa and Asia.
MSRED faculty Casius Pealer discusses Energy and Community Development
Marcella Del Signore to participate in the NEW GENERATIONS Festival
Richard Campanella discusses highlights from the After Katrina Conference
FACULTY MEMBER JOHN P. KLINGMAN IS HIGHLIGHTED IN NEXTCITY'S ARTICLE ON THE GREATER NEW ORLEANS URBAN WATER PLAN BY WAGGONNER AND BALL ARCHITECTS
REMARKS BY C. ERROL BARRON FAIA ON THE INVESTITURE FOR THE RICHARD KOCH CHAIR OF ARCHITECTURE
Eugene Cizek contributes to, "Where Writers Wrote in New Orleans"
Koch Chair Investiture Ceremony for Errol Barron
Dan Etheridge, Professor and Associate Director of Tulane City Center and his new eatery, Pagoda Cafe, is featured in The New Orleans Advocate.
Amber Wiley Asked To Be The Society of Architectural Historians Spokesperson For Upcoming Membership Drive