2015/2016 Academic Year

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.

Doug Hanson Lecture

Wed Nov. 4th
With over two decades of experience, Douglas Hanson, AIA and Donna Moragne Hanson fully understand what it takes to bring a client from design to construction. They know the importance of partnering with the client through each phase of the design process, always fostering open communication and collaboration. Through the utilization of design sketches, 3D digital modeling and physical models, clients are able to see what once was just their vision, become their reality.

Mr. Hanson and Ms. Moragne Hanson have assembled an interdisciplinary team of professionals. Each member supports the clients mission and collectively all work towards not just meeting the clients needs, wants and budget, but exceeding the clients expectations. The teams commitment to detailed organization and documentation serves as the cornerstone of HansonLA’s professionalism and further insures the ability to deliver excellence.

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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