Item 2018-08-31/204 - UM arch. The University of Miami School of Architecture Newsletter Spring 2005

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UM arch. The University of Miami School of Architecture Newsletter Spring 2005

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  • 2005 (Publication)

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2 copies

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(1983 -)

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Courses in architecture were offered at the University of Miami as early as 1927. By 1983, after President Tad Foote's arrival, the architecture program became independent from the School of Engineering and developed into the School of Architecture. New campus quarters established at Building 49 (Dickinson Drive) and part of first floor of adjacent Eaton student residences. Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk became a member of the architecture faculty in 1979 and was appointed the Dean of the School in 1995.

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Dean's Letter
Fundraising at Fairchild
School of Architecture Celebrates 20th Anniversary
The New Urbanism Archive
Construction Underway on Jorge M. Perez Architecture Center
Student Notes
School Notes
Fourth Year of Canin Scholarship
Student Wins Design Competition
After Michelangelo
Buddhist Architecture Subject of the American Studio
Students Build Krier-Designed Lecturn
Student Art Auction Raises Funds for Architecture for Humanity
Student Travel Programs
Graduate Program in Rome
Student Awards and Scholarships
Exhibitions
Lectures, Exhibitions, and Symposia
A Standing Ovation for the New Performing Arts Center
Teaching Urbanism
Urbanism: A Portfolio
Talking About Urbanism with Victor Dover and Joseph Kohl
Knight Program Completes Three Years, Receives New Funding
CUCD Oversees Efforts in West Coconut Grove
Faculty Notes
Alumni News
Faculty Books

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