Heather Woofter, director of the College of Architecture and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design, has been selected as the inaugural Sam and Marilyn Fox Professor in the Sam Fox School.

This semester's series concludes with Chicago-based artist Michael Rakowitz, who will deliver the Anova Lecture for Landscape Architecture, co-sponsored by the John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics, on April 25.

In this course, co-taught by assistant professor Catalina Freixas and Mark Abbott of Harris-Stowe State University, rigorous design & socially engaged practice go hand-in-hand.

Over the last four decades, Island Press has earned a national reputation for publishing complex, large-scale prints and multiples that explore new materials and innovative techniques.

The East End Transformation project has provided an opportunity for graduate architecture students to learn lessons in construction right outside the doors of their studio.