School of Architecture
The mission of the School of Architecture is to pursue architecture as a humanistic and professional discipline, which synthesizes art and science through intellectual rigor, aesthetic judgment, and technical understanding. The School achieves its mission through teaching, scholarship, creative work, research, and service, and commits itself to the highest ideals of the profession and culture of architecture.
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(2017-12-05)In the postwar United States, aluminum became more widely used than any other metal in building construction except for steel. It was first produced in the early nineteenth century, finding architectural uses in the latter ...
Environmental Psychopathology: The Role of the Physical Environment in Diagnosing and Treating Mental Disorders (EDRA, 2002)
Bridging the Gap Between Programming and Design: Recent Experiences Teaching Health Care Studios in Architecture Schools (EDRA, 2006)