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Q&A with Tiger Twelve Class of 2014 Architecture Student Johnny Johnson

LSU School of Architecture student Johnny Johnson has been selected to the Office of the Dean of Students Tiger Twelve Class of 2014. Each spring, the Office of the Dean of Students recognizes 12 outstanding seniors who contribute positively to the life of the campus and surrounding community as the Tiger Twelve.  In keeping with [...]

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LSU Architecture Student Receives National McNair Research Scholarship

Atianna Cordova, a third-year undergraduate student enrolled in the LSU School of Architecture program, is the first LSU architecture student to be named a Ronald E. McNair Research Scholar. The Ronald E. McNair Research Scholars program is a national program funded by a federal grant from the US Department of Education TRIO programs—grants made available [...]

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Professor and Director Jori Erdman’s Service as Treasurer of the ACSA Board of Directors

Many may know Professor Jori Erdman for her career as an architect, for her work in educating future architects at LSU, or as the director of the School of Architecture. But another significant role Erdman has undertaken in the architectural community is her service as treasurer of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA). [...]

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Architecture Students Move Forward with Market and Café Project for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Mid City

LSU and Southern University architecture students enrolled in the 4000-level, service-learning studio are set to present designs for a market and café project at this year’s White Light Night in Mid City. The studio works with the Mid City Redevelopment Alliance each year to develop projects and identify clients like St. Vincent de Paul. This [...]

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Mid City Studio Architecture Students Focus on Food & Shelter and Town & Gown Partnerships

The LSU School of Architecture Mid City Studio is hosting Mid City Speaks on Sunday, October 6, from noon to 4 p.m., at 1730 North Boulevard. Mid City Speaks is part of the 2013 Mid City Studio project, Food + Shelter, a workforce development project for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Baton [...]

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Dean, Alkis Tsolakis, stands in front Atkinson Hall, home of LSU Architecture

NAAB Grants LSU School of Architecture Programs New, Maximum Terms of Accreditation

The National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) has officially reaffirmed accreditation for the LSU School of Architecture, granting the professional bachelor and master of architecture programs eight-year terms of accreditation. This new, maximum term of accreditation is effective now through 2021. NAAB is the sole agency authorized to accredit United States professional degree programs in architecture. [...]

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