Udall Scholar Leslie Adriance

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Udall Scholar Hits Stride Studying Carbon Footprint of Buildings

Architecture student Leslie Adriance selected for Udall Scholarship for her work on how architecture impacts the environment.

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Architecture Students Envision New Uses for Abandoned Planes

Students challenged to think of ways to repurpose airplane parts into new structures.

Ball State alumnus named one of best young architects in nation

American Institute of Architects names Zachary Benedict one of the best young architects in the country.

Students Design, Build a Mobile Greenhouse to Help Urban Farm Flourish

Built to promote urban farming, boost research and educate the community about local food production, the CUE farm has been in operation since 2010.

CAP Students Rehab Houses, Turning Eyesores Into Fresh Starts

The project is the fifth student-led refurbishment orchestrated through ecoREHAB, a Muncie-based nonprofit that works to rehabilitate houses in the community.

Youths’ Minds, Bodies Flourish at 2-Acre Playscape

Designed by Associate Professor of Architecture Pam Harwood and her students, the nearly 2-acre space is turning what many think of as recess into a learning environment.

Trek to Death Valley Tests Whether Student-Designed Shelters Can Stand the Heat

Students considered how to construct shelters that would be mobile, affordable, adaptable and accessible during an emergency or other situations well outside the norm.