Students in Assistant Professor Kim Rollings’ Social Factors and Sustainability: Effects of the Built Environment on Health collaborate with South Bend community partners from local organizations to develop solutions to a real-world problem. Project formats range from design guidelines to community surveys and research reports.
A distinct group of practicing architects and academics whose areas of expertise include the making of cities and their buildings from antiquity to today.
The Rome Studies Program is the only foreign studies program among American university architecture schools required for all students.
The future home of the School of Architecture emodies our mission to educate architects and urbanists who design and build -- not just for today's needs, but also for the benefit of future generations.