architecture News Archive
November 6, 2023 —
On Tuesday October 31, more than 100 UM undergraduate students shared their research findings at the inaugural Undergraduate Research Showcase
March 24, 2023 —
Alina Bilonozhko earned first prize for “Unstacking the Deck: A Game of Change” and Cole Marotta earned second prize for “Canadian Architecture Forums on Education: Connecting Canada.” Both Alina and Cole are Environmental Design students in the Architecture stream. Their posters showcased research they commenced last summer while working with Dr. Lisa Landrum through the Undergraduate Research Awards program.
February 2, 2023 —
Congratulations to Assistant Professor and Indigenous Scholar Shawn Bailey for receiving the AIAS/ACSA New Faculty Teaching Award for 2023.
January 13, 2023 —
The Faculty of Architecture is pleased to announce that Nushinsadat Samavaki (M.Arch ’21) was awarded the 2022 Tamayouz Excellence Award for International Graduation Projects Award and the 2022 Architecture MasterPrize Student Award for her Design Thesis project “Lost and Found”.
January 8, 2023 —
Dr. Lisa Landrum, Associate Dean (Research) and Associate professor in the Faculty of Architecture has been announced as President of Canadian Architectural Certification Board
December 12, 2022 —
Congratulations to FAUM alumni who were among the recipients of 2022 Awards of Excellence announced by Canadian Architect.
August 30, 2022 —
The Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program at the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture, celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2022
Prof. Patrick Lau Sau Shing (B.Arch/69) awarded with the Hong Kong Institute of Architects Gold Medal
April 29, 2022 —
Patrick Lau Sau Shing (B.Arch/69)awarded with the HKIA Gold Medal
April 26, 2022 —
Unstacking the Deck, a euphemism for breaking down biases, consists of a double deck of playing cards featuring early women architects who studied and worked in Manitoba: from the first woman B.Arch graduate from the University of Manitoba in 1932, to women who began careers in Manitoba in the 1960-70s.
March 29, 2022 —
Monument captures both the sombre past and hope for a better future.