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The Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture offers a collaborative, studio-based, and accredited, design professional experience located in the vibrant urban setting of Fargo, ND. Our students develop creative problem-solving skills and lifelong intellectual curiosity while pursuing their own design philosophies. We prepare students to be design leaders who will impact the built environment in a creative and sustainable manner.

Architect Spotlight: Gabriela Baierle-Atwood, NDSU Architecture Grad.


Weds Aug 10th
Architect Gabriela Baierle-Atwood describes her experiences with the Architect Registration Examination® (ARE®) and her path to licensure and the importnace of mentorship

Read More: Photo credit: NCARB. Article written by By Jenny Kawecki. 2016

Prof. Steve Martens' Historic Preservation


Tues July 26th
Great article on architecture Professor Steve Martens’ amazing restoration of an historic Church in ND.
Read More: Photo credit: InFourm. Article written by April Baumgarten. 2016

2016 Outstanding Thesis Winners and Finalists.


Weds May 11th
On Display in the Flakoll Gallery, Renaissance Hall 1st floor rm 106 until May 20th.

Landscape Architecture
Dennis Colliton Outstanding Thesis Award Winner: Gretchen Hinz

Finalists: Matthew Ellingson, Ellie Nyquist

Architecture
Peter F. McKenzie Outstanding Thesis Award Winner: Matthew Axtmann

Finalists: Niloufar Alenjery, Anshul Brat, Kaspari Hoffmann, Wilbur Holt

Niloufar Alenjery,Honored by Architecture Association


Fri May 6th
Niloufar Alenjery, a fifth-year architecture student at NDSU, has been recognized by the Association of Licensed Architects for exemplary achievement throughout the year.

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2016 Architecure + Landscape Architecture Thesis Exhibit


Thurs Apr 28th
We invite everyone to our 2016 thesis show that runs from, Monday April 25th through graduation.
Where:Renaissance Hall, 650- NP Ave. on the 5th floor.
When:The exhibit hours are between 8:30am- 4:30pm. Please stop by to see this exciting and interesting work.

Congratulations Doug Hanson, NDSU Architecture Program Graduate, named to the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects.


Thurs Feb. 11th
In December 2015, Doug Hanson was named to the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Formed 115 years ago - AIA|LA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to furthering the efforts of its parent organization, the American Institute of Architects (AIA), by specifically serving the interests of our local architecture and design community. AIA|LA's membership includes architects and design professionals actively engaged in the industry.
website: http://www.hansonla.com/

BLUE KEY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Distinguished Educator Award 2015


Thurs Nov. 18th
Prof. Cindy Urness will be awarded the prestigious 2015 Blue Key National Honor Society Distinguished Educator Award.

The Distinguished Educator Award was created in 1969 by Blue Key Honor Society to honor an outstanding educator for his or her extra interest in students and their problems, in higher education, in their field of expertise, and in North Dakota State University.

Prof. Ron Ramsay's Counterfactual Exhibit: Agincourt Homecoming


Oct 19th, 2015
Congratulations to Prof. Ron Ramsay for his counterfactual exhibit on the legendary town of Agincourt, Iowa. Currently on exhibit at the Rourke Art Museum.
To read an article in the INForum about the exhibit click "Read More" below.

Closing reception for "Agincourt Homecoming."
When: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday
Where: Rourke Art Museum, 521 Main Ave., Moorhead
Info: www.therourke.org or (701) 236-8861
*photo credit by the INFourm.
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2015-2016: Welcome Back to the best Students and Greatest Facilites!


Sept 14th, 2015
Our students have already gone to San Francisco for a field trip, began site analysis for regional projects, and had a pancake breakfast fundraiser for Freedom by Design.

2015: According to a Georgetown University Study Architecture Majors have Highest Salary.


June 5th, 2015
According an article by Niall McCarthy in Forbes online: "Architecture and engineering came out on top by a considerable distance – students in these fields tend to make $50,000 a year in their first job after college, more than any other group of majors."
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