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          Honor Mann, Hill and Abbott through year-end giving

          Honor Mann, Hill and Abbott through year-end giving

          posted December 18, 2019
          One great professor can change a student’s life. They encourage, motivate and inspire us to find our true callings. Former students whose lives have been changed by great professors are now stepping up to ensure future students have that same great experience in the Texas A&M College of Architecture.
          Students help preserve historic buildings in Barbados

          Students help preserve Barbados historic structures

          posted December 11, 2019
          A group of Texas A&M university studies majors recently traded sidewalks for sand dunes and classroom seats for salty ocean air while they learned how to document historic buildings in Barbados this past summer.
          Bonfire Memorial honors Aggies lost, injured 20 years ago

          Bonfire Memorial honors Aggies lost, injured 20 years ago

          posted November 18, 2019
          It’s been 20 years since the collapse of Bonfire, the Nov. 18, 1999 tragedy that took the lives of 12 Aggies and injured 27 others. Five years later, the Bonfire Memorial, which celebrates the tradition, history, spirit and dedication of those involved in Bonfire’s tragic collapse, was dedicated.
          Distinguished alum Cisneros ’68, helped college celebrate 50th anniversary Nov. 15

          Cisneros ’68 helped college celebrate 50th anniversary

          posted October 9, 2019
          The College of Architecture’s lineup of 50th anniversary festivities included “Celebration of Learning: Reimagining the Future,” a daylong event Friday, Nov. 15, 2019 featuring a keynote address by university distinguished alumnus Henry Cisneros '68 and additional faculty presentations.
          Prof awarded grant for work in saving historic Black settlements

          Prof works to save historic Black settlements

          posted July 9, 2019
          For her impassioned work to protect Texas’ endangered, historic African-American communities, Andrea Roberts, Texas A&M assistant professor of urban planning, received a $50,000 grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
          Arch prof explores three decades of architecture in Israel

          Arch prof explores three decades of Israeli architecture

          posted June 28, 2019
          Leading scholars explore innovative and experimental architecture created during Israel’s first three decades of existence in a new book co-edited by Anat Geva, Texas A&M professor of architecture.
          Distinguished alum Adams ‘61 received honorary Texas A&M Ph.D. at spring commencement

          Distinguished alum Adams ’61 earned honorary Ph.D.

          posted April 23, 2019
          Harold Adams ’61, who worked with President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy on federal building projects, then later led the transformation of a Baltimore design firm to a global practice, received an honorary Ph.D. from Texas A&M at spring 2019 commencement.
          Why Notre Dame burning affected us all – five questions with an architecture expert

          Notre Dame fire - five questions with an architecture expert

          posted April 17, 2019
          The April 15 fire at the 850-year-old Notre Dame cathedral in Paris was met with disbelief and despair by people worldwide. Catholics mourned the damage to their sacred religious center during Holy Week, while others lamented the potential loss of a significant architectural landmark.
          Speakers to discuss preserving Texas’ historic places at annual CHC symposium

          Speakers to discuss preserving Texas sites at CHC confab

          posted February 6, 2019
          Leading historians and preservationists speaking at the Feb. 15-16, 2019 Center for Heritage Conservation Symposium will discuss the challenges of preserving historic sites across Texas — including a recently discovered, unmarked Sugar Land cemetery.
          ‘rodneypalooza’ celebrated famed arch prof Rodney Hill’s 50-year teaching career

          ‘rodneypalooza’ celebrated prof Hill’s 50-year career

          posted January 18, 2019
          Legendary architecture professor Rodney Hill’s 50 years of teaching and inspiring Texas A&M students were commemorated at rodneypalooza, March 30, 2019 at the Ice House on Main in downtown Bryan.
          College’s 50th anniversary celebrated with yearlong series of events in 2019

          Celebrations marks college’s 50th anniversary in 2019

          posted November 29, 2018
          The Texas A&M College of Architecture celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2019 with a yearlong series of festivities that culminated in a slate of special events Nov. 14-16.
          Acropolis research by arch prof reveals site’s relationship to social history, religious practice

          Acropolis research reveals ancient site’s social history

          posted November 20, 2018
          In her research trips to the Acropolis in Athens, Greece, Nancy Klein, associate professor of architecture, is seeking to answer questions about the historic complex’s relationship to Greek social history and religious practice.
          Study abroad prof edits new Archimedes exhibit catalog

          Study abroad prof edits Archimedes exhibit catalog

          posted November 19, 2018
          Centuries of art and ideas from ancient Greece to the Renaissance are brought to life for College of Architecture study abroad students in Italy in a series of vivid lectures by Giovanni Di Pasquale, Texas A&M adjunct professor of science history and design philosophy.
          Architecture profs studying distinctive baptismal font canopy

          Arch profs studying distinctive baptismal font canopy

          posted November 14, 2018
          An incredibly rare piece of medieval church furniture, a monumental, five-centuries-old canopy installed over a baptismal font in eastern England, is the subject of a new research initiative co-organized by Zachary Stewart, assistant professor of architecture.
          Arch prof helping to determine original colors of Bermuda’s historic houses

          Arch prof helping restore original hues of Bermuda houses

          posted October 24, 2018
          Historic houses in Bermuda could be restored to their original colors with help from a team of U.S. architects and conservation experts that includes Brent Fortenberry, assistant professor of architecture at Texas A&M.

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