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Fay Jones School Campaign Gifts Build Upon State's Timber Legacy and Forests
Three gifts totaling $3 million will support a new forest education facility, timber and wood design exhibition, and scholarships.
November at Garvan Gardens Brings Bonsai for Beginners, Fall Photography and Holiday Lights
Garvan Woodland Gardens will open its annual Holiday Lights display in November with a week full of special events, including an inaugural tree-lighting ceremony, a visit with reindeer and concerts.
Pryor Center Presents Billy Fleming: 'Climate, Design, and the Green New Deal'
Alumnus Billy Fleming will discuss the ways in which the Green New Deal could transform the built environment during a lecture at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Pryor Center.
Fay Jones School Dean, Design Programs Recognized in 'DesignIntelligence' 2019 Survey
Dean Peter MacKeith was named as one of 29 most admired architecture educators for 2019, and the U of A design programs ranked highly in the "most hired from" and "most admired" school categories.
Community Design Center Project Shortlisted for 2019 World Architecture News Awards
A project by the U of A Community Design Center with Pine Bluff has been shortlisted for the 2019 World Architecture News Awards in Future Projects–Urban Design.
Students' Design Work Wins Regional American Society of Landscape Architects Awards
Design work created by landscape architecture students Erin Cox, Jacob Costello and Peter Stanley, has been recognized by the Central States Region of the American Society of Landscape Architects.
October at Garvan Woodland Gardens Features Fall Festival, Photo Walks and Other Activities
Garvan Woodland Gardens marks the return of shorter days with classes focused on night and low-light photography, a fall and winter herbalist series and the annual fall festival.
Landscape Architecture Students Convert Dickson Street Parking Space Into Temporary 'Parklet'
Landscape architecture students in the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design are working with community members to reinvent a metered parking space as a temporary community park.
September at Garvan Gardens Features Yoga Classes, Permaculture Workshop, Fall Photowalk
Autumn returns to Garvan Woodland Gardens with classes as well as with group health walks, a workshop on sustainable gardening and a sunset photowalk to Perry Point.
Fay Jones School Team Designs Garden for International Garden Festival
The U of A team included former instructor Windy Gay, staff member Justin Tucker, and students Beau Burris, Dallas Myers with additional help from professor Scott Biehle and student Max Frank.