UO Architecture 1st in Sustainable Design

The University of Oregon’s architecture program was recently selected as the nation’s number one program for sustainable design education in the 2013 report of architecture schools. The top-ranked program has been recognized multiple times as leading sustainable design education.

The Design Intelligence 2013 issue of America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools recently released the rankings of architecture, interiors, landscape architecture, and industrial design schools.

The School of Architecture and Allied Arts (A&AA)’s sustainability leadership comes from decades of innovation, integrated and excellent design, rigorous work, and many partnerships that continually push the boundaries of what the very notion of sustainability means,” said Frances Bronet, dean of A&AA. “Being sixth in North American public institutions is extraordinary,” continues Bronet. “This ranking reflects our deep commitment to rigorous and thoughtful design and the capacities of our incredible students.

– University of Oregon, School of Architecture and Allied Arts

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