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Wali Caradine, First African-American Graduate of the Fay Jones School, Passes Away
Wali Caradine Jr., an architect and alumnus of the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design at the University of Arkansas, passed away July 10, 2017, in Little Rock. He was 68.
Cross-Campus Tech Collaboration Supports Faculty and Student Success
A new collaboration will begin this fall between the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Information Technology Services, aimed at supporting academic technology.
Professor Jeff Shannon to Present 'Shadow Patterns' Lecture on July 11 in Little Rock
Shannon will discuss the book he curated and edited on Fay Jones at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 11, at the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock.
Garvan Gardens Hosts Wine and Beer Tastings, Gardening Workshop, Critter Crawl in July
Summertime means a variety of activities and events at Garvan Woodland Gardens, including a workshop on planting in shady areas, wine and beer tastings, and a Critter Crawl.
'Vi Machina' Exhibition on Display June 23 Through Aug. 11 in Vol Walker Hall
An exhibition titled "Vi Machina: Drawings and Ideations Towards a New American Power" will be on display June 23 through Aug. 11 in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery, in Vol Walker Hall.
U of A Plans Interdisciplinary Effort to Promote Resiliency and Sustainability
Proposal will re-align campuswide sustainability efforts under the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design.
Professor Greg Herman Presented With Mayor's Outstanding Service Award, Other Recent Honors
Greg Herman, associate professor of architecture, will be presented with the Mayor's Award for Outstanding Service in Historic Preservation on Thursday, June 8.
Classes on Culinary Gardening, Fly Fishing, Tai Chi Planned in June at Garvan Woodland Gardens
Garvan Woodland Gardens, an outreach program of the university, has a full schedule of classes on fly fishing and growing a culinary garden, docent-led garden tours and hiking and Tai Chi classes.
Fay Jones School Hosts Exhibition of 2016 AIA Arkansas Design Awards Project Boards
An exhibition of the 40 project boards prepared for the 2016 AIA Arkansas Design Awards competition will be on display in the Fred and Mary Smith Exhibition Gallery, in Vol Walker Hall.
Architecture, Art Students' Works On Display at Italian Embassy
Designs, models and projects created by students and alumni at the U of A Rome Center are on display in a "Back From Italy" exhibition hosted by the Italian Embassy in Washington, D.C.