School of Architecture

  • Q&A with Professor Vicki Chen

    Q&A with Professor Vicki Chen

    Professor Vicki Chen is an experienced researcher known for her strong leadership and industry collaborations. As a chemical engineer, she has previously held the position of Director of UNESCO Centre for Membrane Science and Technology and has close to 7000 citations to her name. Last year she joined The University of Queensland as the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology, where she hopes to continue building on the Faculty’s collaborations and partnerships and increasing UQ’s standing as a global university.

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  • Outstanding teachers push learning forward

    Outstanding teachers push learning forward

    Associate Professor Chris Landorf from the School of Architecture has been recognised for her teaching excellence at The University of Queensland with a Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.

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  • The urbanising world – Master of Architecture students visit India

    The urbanising world – Master of Architecture students visit India

    In January 2019, 13 Master of Architecture students analysed the ever-changing urbanscapes of Indian cities to broaden students’ knowledge of the Indo-Pacific region and the urbanising world.

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  • Interdisciplinary approach to designing water sensitive infill

    Interdisciplinary approach to designing water sensitive infill

    Healthy competition can bring out the best in people and that was certainly the case at the annual Energy and Water Systems Integration: Urban Design Challenge. This educational event co-hosted by the University of Queensland and the CRCWSC helps students to better understand multidisciplinary team engagement for urban design challenges.

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  • Vale Geoffrey Pie, 1938–2018

    Vale Geoffrey Pie, 1938–2018

    Don Watson remembers the life and work of Queensland architect Geoffrey Pie, who passed away on New Year’s Eve, 2018.

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