Architecture and landscape architecture to display thesis projects
Landscape architecture and architecture design thesis projects will be displayed May 6-10 in Renaissance Hall.
The winners and finalists for the Peter F. McKenzie Memorial Award, architecture, and the Dennis Colliton Memorial Award, landscape architecture, for the best design thesis projects, will be exhibited in the first floor gallery. Landscape architecture projects will be on the second floor gallery (northeast corner of the building) and architecture projects will be in the fifth floor display space.
“The exhibit is a showcase of the talents and abilities of our students,” said Cindy Urness, associate professor of architecture and interim chair for the department. “Please visit us in the downtown campus and join us in celebrating the achievements of our students.”
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.