Chris Ramey receives recognition for the Longhouse design
The Association of University Architects awarded Chris Ramey, university architect and associate vice president for Campus Planning and Real Estate, an award of merit in recognition of the significant contribution the planning and design of the Many Nations Longhouse has made to the campus.
The award was one of five given at the association’s annual meeting in Saskatoon, Canada in June. This is the fourth time the UO and Ramey have been honored by the association in the last 12 years. Part of the award included a case study presentation focusing on diversity in design and the Many Nations Longhouse.
The Association of University Architects was founded in 1956, is limited to one member per campus and consists of 120 members from universities in the US and Canada. Its purpose is to promote the effective planning of the physical environments of higher education, improve the design and construction of university buildings and campuses, and exchange ideas on best practices between its members.