Architecture and Interior Design News

09/18/2018
The College of Creative Arts Launches #ThrivingArtists Network in New York City
thriving-artists-2018.jpgThe College of Creative Arts introduced the #ThrivingArtists Network at a launch party in New York City over the weekend.
09/11/2018
Miami Architecture alumni elevated to College of Fellows within the AIA
miami-alum-aia.pngMiami Architecture alumni among five Ohio architects elevated to prestigious College of Fellows within the American Institute of Architects.
07/10/2018
Miami among best in nation in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2019
matt-morris.jpgResearch, study abroad and leadership at Miami University stand out in the just-released Fiske Guide to Colleges 2019. 97.3 percent of graduates employed or re-enrolled.
06/11/2018
#Thriving Artist Network
cca-advisory.jpgIn order to help young artists thrive, the College of Creative Arts Advisory Board has embarked on a significant project to be launched in New York City this September.
05/17/2018
Dayton Society of Interior Designers awards scholarship to Miami student
davis.jpgRobyn Davis, a senior Interior Design student, received a $500 Scholarship from the Dayton Society of Interior Designers (DSID).
05/15/2018
Call for Abstracts - 2018 Architecture Graduate Symposium
symposium-cover-photo-2018.pngRE┬Ěthink A Graduate Symposium with an Architectural Approach for Design in the 21st Century
05/09/2018
Alumnus works on Apollo 11 traveling exhibit for Smithsonian
apollo.jpgMike Gospel (B.A. in Architecture '13) is part of an exhibition design firm who has just completed an installation of an exhibition entitled "Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission."
05/09/2018
Architecture student awarded in the Gensler 2018 Diversity Scholarship program
amazon.jpgArchitecture graduate student Michel Al Najm was selected as a finalist and has received Honorable Mention in the Gensler 2018 Diversity Scholarship program.
05/08/2018
Miami students place in annual U.S. Department of Energy design competition
race-to-zero.jpgTwo multi-disciplinary teams of Miami University students have won first and second place awards in the 2018 U.S. Department of Energy Race to Zero Student Design competition.