The College of Built Environments is deeply saddened by the loss of Jon Runstad ’64, a prominent figure in the real estate industry and a dedicated philanthropist.
Elijah Mason stepped through the door of his second-ever UW College of Built Environments (CBE) class. He was nervous, but also excited. “I chose the course because it was a planning practicum,” explains Mason. “We were going to be doing real work for the community, not just handing in assignments.”
Join us for a reception event hosted by UW’s College of Built Environments and this year’s AIA Architecture Firm of the Year awardee, Mithun! We look forward to connecting with our community attending the conference. Snacks and refreshments will be served.
Learn about the Puget Sound Business Journal’s ’40 under 40′ recipient and first female principal of GLY Construction Tess Wakasugi-Don in an interview hosted by Jeff McCann and Lisa Benjamin as part of Runstad’s Real Leaders in Real Estate series.
This bi-annual celebration recognizes the significant contribution made by alumni of our program in two distinct categories—the Distinguished Alumni Award and the Graduate of the Last Decade (GOLD) Award. This year’s theme is “an architecture for the public good.”
The College of Built Environments has launched its first-ever, college-wide mentorship program. The program will help students grow in their chosen field through one-on-one guidance, advice, and insight from a mentor.
We talked with ZGF Sustainability Lead and UW alumni Marty Brennan to discuss his pathway into architecture and the innovative work emerging from the Applied Research Consortium.
Mariam Kamara, UW Department of Architecture alumna and Niger-based architect, discusses her revolutionary approaches to architecture pedagogy and design. | Metropolis
Master of Urban Planning Graduate, Isis Moon Gamble, dove into equity and access within the King County transit system in her thesis research, and we sat down with her to learn more.
Minjae Kim, furniture designer and Department of Architecture alum, was named as one of the 12 talents shaping the design world.
We sat down with Master of Infrastructure Planning & Management (MIPM) graduate, Mike Stevenson, to hear about how the MIPM program has helped his career aspirations. Mike recently joined the Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Indian Energy at the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden, CO.
Amanda Siok, Master of Urban Planning alum and Department of Urban Design and Planning Affiliate Instructor, discusses earthquake preparedness. Source: The Seattle Times