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UTSA CACP Speaker Series March 2 with Alex Krieger, FAIA of the Harvard GSD and NBBJ

UTSA CACP Speaker Series March 2 with Alex Krieger, FAIA of the Harvard GSD and NBBJ

February 24, 2020

One of America’s leading urban planners and scholars, Mr. Krieger is published widely on American urbanization, including his most recent book, City on a Hill: Urban Idealism in America from the Puritans to the Present, a sweeping history of American cities and towns and the utopian aspirations that shaped them.


A new 50-year vision for San Antonio’s downtown

A new 50-year vision for San Antonio’s downtown

January 30, 2020

Collaborative studio of the UTSA Department of Architecture and Sun Moon University is led by Lecturer Candid Rogers with assistance from Professors Dr. Heewon Lee and Ki Suk Lee.


UTSA ranks among nation’s best Hispanic-serving schools in five areas

UTSA ranks among nation’s best Hispanic-serving schools in five areas

January 23, 2020

The No. 3 ranking for architecture degrees issued to Hispanic students is the latest of several accolades earned by the Department of Architecture in 2019.


UTSA CACP’s Dr. Hazem Rashed-Ali named to AIA Higher Education Advisory Team

UTSA CACP’s Dr. Hazem Rashed-Ali named to AIA Higher Education Advisory Team

January 22, 2020

The volunteer team is comprised of members that offer their insight and expertise to advise, share, and promote the issues, needs, trends, and aspirations of architectural education and educators, to continuously improve and inform the future of architecture, education, and development of future architects.


UTSA CACP’s Dr. Antonio Martinez-Molina named a Certified Passive House Designer

UTSA CACP’s Dr. Antonio Martinez-Molina named a Certified Passive House Designer

January 22, 2020

He is the first faculty member in the UT System and the second architect in the state of Texas to receive this recognition.


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