In celebration of Giving Tuesday, the College of Built Environments is positioned to match every dollar we receive today and through the end of the week up to $2,500!

The CBE Student Emergency Fund has helped over 100 students in need so far. With funds nearly depleted, we need your help to ensure we can continue to sustainably support our students. 

Donate here to the CBE Student Emergency Fund: https://online.gifts.washington.edu/peer2peer/campaign/college-of-built-environments-student-emergency-fund

In celebration of Giving Tuesday, the College of Built Environments is positioned to match every dollar we receive today and through the end of the week up to $2,500!

The CBE Student Emergency Fund has helped over 100 students in need so far. With funds nearly depleted, we need your help to ensure we can continue to sustainably support our students.

Donate here to the CBE Student Emergency Fund: online.gifts.washington.edu/peer2peer/campaign/college-of-built-environments-student-emergency-fund ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

The NW Faculty Exchange invites you to: Stir Well

Join us for our first event in this exciting series tomorrow Tuesday, December 1, 2020
at 6 p.m. PST, featuring guest Katy Kraszewska from Washington State University; hosted by Nancy Rottle from the University of Washington.

Register here: https://buff.ly/3mkbFbU

The NW Faculty Exchange invites you to: Stir Well

Join us for our first event in this exciting series tomorrow Tuesday, December 1, 2020
at 6 p.m. PST, featuring guest Katy Kraszewska from Washington State University; hosted by Nancy Rottle from the University of Washington.

Register here: buff.ly/3mkbFbU ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Professor Nancy Rottle was interviewed about the Duwamish River Floating Wetlands project in the latest episode of The Urban Rivers Podcast. Available anywhere you listen to podcasts 🎧

Professor Nancy Rottle was interviewed about the Duwamish River Floating Wetlands project in the latest episode of The Urban Rivers Podcast. Available anywhere you listen to podcasts 🎧 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

 

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Hi Harley, here is a link to the podcast on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-urban-rivers-podcast/id1511821914

“Re-placed” - Reconsidering relationships with place and lessons from a pandemic is the latest timely article co-authored by Professor Lynne Manzo. Published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, you can access it for free until December 23: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1c0BlzzKD82jg

“Re-placed” - Reconsidering relationships with place and lessons from a pandemic" is the latest timely article co-authored by Professor Lynne Manzo. Published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, you can access it for free until December 23: authors.elsevier.com/a/1c0BlzzKD82jg ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Happy Veteran’s Day 🇺🇸 Reposted from @uwbuiltenvironments 

This Veteran’s Day we honor those who have served the United States as members of the armed forces and who continue to serve as important members of the CBE community.

Thanks to Jim, Ruth, Pierre, Bryant, and the many other CBE student veterans.

@uwvetlife #Studentveterans #uofwa #veteransday #uw #huskyveterans

Happy Veteran’s Day 🇺🇸 Reposted from @uwbuiltenvironments

This Veteran’s Day we honor those who have served the United States as members of the armed forces and who continue to serve as important members of the CBE community.

Thanks to Jim, Ruth, Pierre, Bryant, and the many other CBE student veterans.

@uwvetlife #Studentveterans #uofwa #veteransday #uw #huskyveterans ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Equitable, playful, ecological design is at the forefront of the 2020 Scan|Design Interdisciplinary Master Studio. Students explored the powerful possibilities of ‘Porous Public Space’ in Seattle’s vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood by drawing on their journey through lively public spaces in Copenhagen and Malmö. Their proposed urban framework encourages a similar fluidity throughout Capitol Hill, intertwining diverse communities and complex hydrological systems for maximum sustainability and social cohesion.

Equitable, playful, ecological design is at the forefront of the 2020 Scan|Design Interdisciplinary Master Studio. Students explored the powerful possibilities of ‘Porous Public Space’ in Seattle’s vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood by drawing on their journey through lively public spaces in Copenhagen and Malmö. Their proposed urban framework encourages a similar fluidity throughout Capitol Hill, intertwining diverse communities and complex hydrological systems for maximum sustainability and social cohesion. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

It’s Election Day! It’s not too late to register and cast your vote! 🗳

It’s Election Day! It’s not too late to register and cast your vote! 🗳Happy #ElectionDay Huskies! It’s not too late to register and cast your ballot in person! Stop by the University of Washington's campus Vote Center TODAY (Nov. 3) from 8:30am – 8pm. Details: https://www.washington.edu/studentlife/vote/#kcvoting ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Calling all practicing LA architects/ designers! UWASLA will be hosting a virtual portfolio review session on Nov 18 & 19 from 6-7P PST. Students will be sharing their work via Miro, networking with the greater LA community, and receiving feedback on their portfolios to prepare for the upcoming internship season! 

If you would like to support student development and foster relationships during the era of Zoom, please sign-up to be a reviewer at the link in our bio!

Students: If you would like to participate, please send us a DM or email Dani Slowik (dslowik@uw.edu) and Erin Irby (erinirby@uw.edu)

We can’t wait to see you there!

Calling all practicing LA architects/ designers! UWASLA will be hosting a virtual portfolio review session on Nov 18 & 19 from 6-7P PST. Students will be sharing their work via Miro, networking with the greater LA community, and receiving feedback on their portfolios to prepare for the upcoming internship season!

If you would like to support student development and foster relationships during the era of Zoom, please sign-up to be a reviewer at the link in our bio!

Students: If you would like to participate, please send us a DM or email Dani Slowik (dslowik@uw.edu) and Erin Irby (erinirby@uw.edu)

We can’t wait to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Students in Professor Brooke Sullivan’s Green New Deal studio are passionately calling for immediate climate action and socioeconomic justice. Their demands prioritize decarbonization, investment in renewable energy, equitable food systems, high-paying jobs, conservation of sensitive wildlife habitat, and a safe and healthy environment for all beings in perpetuity. Friendly reminder to talk to your friends, families, and colleagues about the GND and the role your community can play in achieving these goals! And VOTE!

Students in Professor Brooke Sullivan’s Green New Deal studio are passionately calling for immediate climate action and socioeconomic justice. Their demands prioritize decarbonization, investment in renewable energy, equitable food systems, high-paying jobs, conservation of sensitive wildlife habitat, and a safe and healthy environment for all beings in perpetuity. Friendly reminder to talk to your friends, families, and colleagues about the GND and the role your community can play in achieving these goals! And VOTE! ... See MoreSee Less

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