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  • Old School, New School: Woodbury University

    Rios Clementi Hale Studios designs a studio building that instructs through structure.

  • Studio: Pratt Institute

    Who knew a bagel shop delivered to studio? It's 9:30 on a Friday morning, and nine sleepy fourth- and fifth-year students at the Pratt Institute School of Architecture are preparing to present their research when a cell phone chirps and one person makes a break for the door. "Is she coming back?"...

  • Studio: University of Miami

    On a perfect October day on the palm-studded University of Miami campus, Jaime Correa's students can be found deep inside a Bauhaus-by-way-of-South Florida 1940s studio block, trawling Google Earth for promising sites for a zero-energy town—the eventual o

  • Numbers: Classroom Culture

    A look at the current makeup of the architecture student body and its professors.

  • 13 Research Teams Receive $3 Million in Grants

    The U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) Green Building Research Fund has awarded over $3 million in grants to support research in sustainable building practices.

  • Life in a Fishbowl

    Two new LEED-rated dormitories at the Illinois Institute of Technology will monitor energy used by every person in real time?using electronic fish.

  • AEC-Focused High School Opens Its Doors to D.C. Students

    Created in a mere 14 months with help from local architecture and contracting groups, Phelps Architecture, Construction & Engineering High School aims to increase minority representation in the building professions.

  • Here's Hoping

    University of Miami students designed a new campus for a plantation site in Charleston, but preservation politics will teach restraint.

  • Northwestern U. Now Offers Architectural Engineering and Design Degree

    The Big Ten school has announced a new concentration in architectural engineering and design beginning this fall. The two-year degree program, offered by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, will be led by Chicago architect Laurence Boot

  • AIA Names Education Honor Award Winners

    The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has put a spotlight on innovation with six 2008 Education Honor Awards.