Architecture

    December 1, 2022

    Adé Cornelius (MArch '22) Speaks on Inclusivity at the 2022 Designing Libraries IX Conference

    Author: Emily Herbein

    Adé Cornelius (MArch ‘22) received unexpectedly exciting news following her graduation from Tyler's Master of Architecture program in August when she was invited to speak as a panelist at the 2022 Designing Libraries IX Conference held at Temple University’s Charles Library earlier this fall. After being introduced to Nancy B. Turner, Director for Planning, Strategy and Organizational Evolution at Temple Libraries by Kate Wingert-Playdon, Tyler Associate Dean and Director of Architecture and Environmental Design, Cornelius was given the opportunity to draft a presentation regarding inclusive spaces in libraries. Architects, librarians, planners, designers, and information technologists gathered at the event to “explore the achievements and challenges of designing libraries and learning spaces for the 21st century.”  Read More

    November 9, 2022

    Luke Green (BArch '21, MArch '23) Receives AIA Pennsylvania Architectural Excellence Student Achievement Award

    Author: Emily Herbein

    Luke Green (BArch ‘21, MArch ‘23) has been selected as Temple’s recipient of AIA Pennsylvania’s Architectural Excellence Student Achievement Award. The award highlights one student per accredited school for their exceptional scholastic achievement and future promise, and their readiness to take on the challenges and responsibilities of the work required in the field of architecture. Other accredited Pennsylvania universities participating include Carnegie Mellon, Drexel, Jefferson, Marywood, Penn State, and the University of Pennsylvania.  Read More

    October 5, 2022

    Architecture Students Host Juried Exhibition in Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery

    Author: Emily Herbein

    The American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) chapter at Temple University is hosting a juried exhibition of drawings and posters ranging from freshman through graduate levels of Tyler's architecture program, organized by AIAS President Ranzen Ocampo (BArch ‘23) and faculty advisor Chris McAdams, Assistant Professor of Instruction. Work will be on display in the Stella Elkins Tyler Gallery from October 3 through October 22.  Read More

    October 4, 2022

    Professor Clifton Fordham on the Building Blocks of Tyler's Facilities Management Program

    Author: Emily Herbein

    Clifton Fordham, Associate Professor and Program Head for Architecture, encourages his students to understand the importance of finding strategic, comfortable solutions to problems surrounding interior space planning and facilities management when they enter the workforce. Facilities management as an industry provides the tools and services that support the functionality, safety, and sustainability of buildings, grounds, infrastructure, and real estate. Read More

    August 26, 2022

    Tyler Faculty Recognized for Summer Achievements and Exhibitions

    Author: Emily Herbein

    Tyler faculty across Sculpture, Art History, Painting, Ceramics, and Architecture programs have been recognized for their work and research in their fields with national and international exhibitions, publications, and accolades. The consistent affirmation that Tyler's professors receive within the art and design worlds helps to inform their teaching and connects students to real-world opportunities beyond their education. Read More

    August 26, 2022

    Tyler Welcomes Five New AED Faculty Members

    Author: Emily Herbein

    This fall, Tyler’s Architecture and Environmental Design department welcomes three new full-time faculty members: Assistant Professor of Architecture Jeffrey Nesbit, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture Nathan Heavers, and Assistant Professor of Instruction in Planning and Community Development Ryan Devlin. Each brings a unique set of skills and knowledge, ranging from informal urban spaces to infrastructure to forest management. In separate interviews, the three discussed what drew them to Tyler, their practices, and how they feel they will enrich AED’s rigorous and diverse curriculum.   Read More

    June 15, 2022

    Samara Weaver (BArch '11, MArch '13) Exhibits Naturalistic Artwork at Delaware's Mezzanine Gallery

    Author: Emily Herbein

    Samara Weaver (BArch ‘11, MArch ‘13) has always been drawn to buildings, spaces, and the emotions they can evoke. She ties her early love of architecture to a childhood memory of Philadelphia’s grand, neoclassical 30th Street Station.   When deciding on her education, Weaver chose to obtain both an undergraduate and graduate degree in architecture rather than the fine arts due to her search for a more “structured job market,” she recently told Art Watch Podcast.   Read More

    May 25, 2022

    Tyler Faculty Recognized for Excellence

    Author: Emily Herbein

    Tyler faculty members across painting, photography, architecture, and sculpture programs have been recognized for their ongoing achievements outside of the classroom, with notable contributions to both national and international programs and publications. The real-world experience that Tyler's esteemed professors bring into the classroom help to encourage student engagement with their professional environments as well as open their eyes to available opportunities following their degree.  Read More

    May 17, 2022

    Adjunct Professor of Landscape Architecture Bess Wellborn-Yates Receives Case Study Initiative Award to Examine Philadelphia's Rail Park

    Author: Emily Herbein

    The Landscape Architecture Foundation has recognized Bess Wellborn-Yates, adjunct professor of Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, and Studio Bryan Hanes with a Case Study Initiative Award to further their collaborative work on the Callowhill neighborhood Rail Park.  These awards pair landscape architecture firms with faculty in accredited institutions of higher education, who are named Research Fellows, to study the landscape performance of a site’s design features, and the Rail Park in particular hopes to maintain the historic aspect of the Callowhill neighborhood.  Read More

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