College of Design

Bike traffic light
April 25

UO team hopes for a green light to develop a new bike signal app

An idea from two UO professors could put bicyclists in the driver's seat at traffic lights
Interior architecture student Stella May Christ
April 24

Students craft furniture with inspiration from classic tableware

Interior design students showed off their handiwork at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
April 22

New architecture program links design with social justice

The Design for Spatial Justice Initiative will bring issues of equity to the creative process
Urbanism Next 2018 conference
April 17

Urbanism Next to host second national conference in Portland

Participants will discuss the effects emerging technologies will have on cities and communities
Photo of ocean waves
April 15

UO photographer, art professor named Guggenheim fellow

Ron Jude is one of 168 recipients this year, chosen from a field of more than 3,000 applicants
Lab table
April 8

The 2019 Faculty Research Awards go to 24 UO scholars

Only 20 awards are usually given, but the number was raised due to the quality of submissions
Christoph Lindner (center, back), dean of the College of Design, with students organizing the HOPES Conference (left to right): Zachary Sherrod, Madeline Chu, Kahei Lee, Dani Valdez, Emma Stone, Shelby Stagi, and Isabela Ospina. Photo by Chris Larsen
April 3

Designing the Future: College of Design Embraces Innovation, Diversity

The College of Design is shaping the future with its research, institutes, and student initiatives
Craig gathers cattails on the Umpqua River and cleans them for weaving projects
April 3

Harmony at Hollering Place: Landscape Architecture Student Serves Oregon Tribes

Amanda Craig’s landscape architecture skills serve Oregon tribes through her unique combination of art and science
Professors José Meléndez (left), John Arroyo (right), and Gerardo Sandoval comprise the Access and Equity Research Group. Photo by Charlie Litchfield, University Communications
April 3

Policy and Planning Trio Engages Diverse Communities

A new policy and planning research team studies how underrepresented groups participate in the public process
Lin, photographed in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Photo by Dustin Whitaker, University Communications
April 3

Profile: Jenny Lin, Assistant Professor, History of Art and Architecture

Assistant professor in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture examines Asian stereotypes