School of Architecture

  • EAIT Citation for Excellence in Student Learning (CEiSL) Award

    EAIT Citation for Excellence in Student Learning (CEiSL) Award

    Congratulations to Dr Cathy Keys and her team (Dr Charmaine ‘Illaiu Talei, Ms Carroll Go-Sam, Prof Paul Memmott, Dr Kelly Greenop and Dr Tim O’Rourke) who have won UQ's EAIT Citation for Excellence in Student Learning (CEiSL) for their course ARCH3241 Aboriginal Architecture. This award is in recognition of the outstanding impact that the course has had on engaging students, academics and practitioners through respectful debate in the field of Indigenous Architecture.

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  • CALL FOR PAPERS - Liberalism and the Built Environment – Then and Now

    CALL FOR PAPERS - Liberalism and the Built Environment – Then and Now

    Architecture Criticism Theory and History (ATCH) Centre are calling for papers, proposals for panel discussions and scholars interested in active involvement as respondents and chairs, for the Liberalism and the Built Environment - Then and Now Conference to be held in May next year.

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  • Architecture Senior Lecturer wins Teaching Excellence Award

    Architecture Senior Lecturer wins Teaching Excellence Award

    UQ School of Architecture Senior Lecturer, Dr Chris Landorf, was recently awarded one of three Teaching Excellence Awards at the annual UQ Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

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  • UQ alumni win 'Density and Diversity Done Well' competition

    UQ alumni win 'Density and Diversity Done Well' competition

    University of Queensland alums Kali Marnane and Tess Martin have won the student / graduate architect category for their Paired Twin House project as part of the Queensland Government’s Density and Diversity Done Well competition.

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  • Winter Sleepout raises over $18,500 for homelessness

    Winter Sleepout raises over $18,500 for homelessness

    2017 marks the 6th anniversary of the UQ Architecture Winter Sleepout which aims to raise awareness and funds to support hardworking charities continue their work with people at risk of homelessness.

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