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JU Architecture Turns –> 15 <--

2012 Marks the 15th anniversary of the architecture program at Judson University. Accredited in 2004 by the NAAB, we are celebrating this year with a number of exciting events and ceremonies. March 15-16 marks the inaugural On Christ and Architecture symposium exploring the intersection of Christian faith and architecture. In late April, the program will graduate its 10th Master of Architecture class. This summer, the program will begin a study of the 5th year Post-Occupancy Evaluation of the LEED Gold Harm Weber Academic Center. In September, when school resumes for the fall, the program will host its second annual Fall Practice Symposium. Check back often to discover the exciting things underway at Judson University Department of Architecture.

JU architecture turns 15

Judson university graduate student Katie Guttormson has won the Chicago Women in Architecture scholarship for 2011. Submitting her senior studio project for a chapel at Shepard Air Force base in San Antonio, Texas from a national student competition, Katie outperformed students from the other regional Chicago architecture programs. The award carries a gift of $2000 and membership in the association. Katie has nearly completed a year of internship between her undergraduate and graduate degree programs working in an architects office and also serving as a missionary to India with eMi. The architecture department is very proud of Katie’s professional promise and leadership within the architecture community and congratulate her for this accomplishment!

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