Seniors in landscape architecture and interior design researched tiny homes communities and drafted a model ordinance that would allow and regulate them in Lewiston.
The primary purpose for the new scholarship will be to recruit and retain students in the landscape architecture field who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
A WSU student team took first place in the recent Associated Schools of Construction competition, the largest construction management competition in the U.S.
Omar Al‑Hassawi, an assistant professor in the School of Design and Construction, received the American Institute of Architecture Students and Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture New Faculty Teaching Award.
The fund supports research with high market potential and provides researchers up to $40,000 to boost their ability to make an economic impact on society.
A new grant from VentureWell will provide curriculum development support for a series of courses focused on sustainable building and entrepreneurship.
A WSU project to make novel building materials from construction waste is continuing to gain traction with a commercialization grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust.
Interior design student Leigh Ann Bryan shifted her award-winning capstone studio project earlier this year to focus on the realities of COVID‑19.
Hannah Thayer began thinking of design as a career choice when she visited a women's shelter in Kenya in 2014. She has followed her passion ever since and is now pursuing a master’s degree in interior design.
The clamor for affordable housing has risen to the breaking point across the state. A WSU effort is exploring solutions that could involve a reshaping of our vision of housing.