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  • Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    Accreditation Michigan Architecture Papers Board of Governors Degrees Certificates Bachelor of Science Master of Architecture Master of Science in Architecture Design and Research Master of Urban Design Dual Degrees Graduate Certificates Ph D in Architecture High School Programs News Events News Events Lecture Series Exhibitions Conferences Symposia Admissions Application Deadlines Apply Register as a Prospective Student Schedule a Visit Estimated Cost of Attendance Financial Aid and Scholarships Recruiting Events Dates and Deadlines Faculty Research Faculty Directory Faculty Publications Fellowships Research Through Making Research on the City Practice Sessions Students Courses Travel New Student Orientation Career Services Dimensions Publication Student Awards Architecture Student Research Grant George G Booth Traveling Fellowship Policies P ARG Student Groups Student Life GSI Positions in Architecture Facilities Resources Digital Fabrication Lab Liberty Research Annex Michigan Research Studio Spatial and Numeric Data Services SAND Lab Computing Media Center Schedule Equipment Rooms Metals Lab Woodshop Software Tutorials Our Building University Resources Urban Planning Urban and Regional Planning Program Dean s Message From the Chair Why Planning at Michigan Staff Directory Contact History Board of Governors Degrees Certificates Master of Urban Planning Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development Dual Degrees Ph D in Urban Planning News Events News Events Lecture Series Conferences Symposia Exhibitions Admissions Application Deadlines Apply Register as a Prospective Student Schedule a Visit Estimated Cost of Attendance Financial Aid and Scholarships Academic Advising Recruiting Events Dates and Deadlines Faculty Research Faculty Directory Faculty Publications Michigan Engaging Community through the Classroom Urban and Regional Research Collaborative The Metropolitan Accessibility Index Students Courses Travel New Student Orientation Career Services Fellowships and Funding Student Work Doctoral Student Research Student Awards Agora Publication Policies P ARG Student Groups Student Life GSI Positions in Urban Planning Planning Recommended Reading Facilities Resources Spatial and Numeric Data Services SAND Lab Computing Media Center Schedule Equipment Rooms Our Building University Resources Taubman College ready to break ground Architect s Newspaper 2016 U S Pavilion Venice Architecture Biennale Architects Announced Inaugural Fall Lecture Detroit City Planner Maurice Cox Lecture Michael McCulloch Fall 2015 Events Research on the City Chicago Research on the City Detroit 2013 Research on the City Projects Research Through Making 2015 Research Through Making 2014 Research Through Making 2013 2015 Award Winning Capstone MAP Student Work on Tumblr ArcStart 2015 Review Exhibition On View MOS Place Two New Installations by Faculty Created for Exhibition at Lille3000 Larsen Authors Urban Climate Adaption Strategies for The Ecological Society of America s Special Edition Centennial Issue Ray Gives Expertise on A E s The Universe about Roman Temple Discovery Travel Abroad Course Fair Travel Abroad One City One Year Digital Fabrication Lab Liberty Research Annex Spatial and Numeric Data Services Lab Taubman College on Instagram Taubman College on Instagram Taubman College on Instagram 2016 U S Pavilion Venice Architecture Biennale Architects Announced Taubman College Celebrates Building Addition with Benefactor Mr Taubman Dean Monica Ponce de Leon featured in Archinect s Deans List Lecture Michael McCulloch Apply for 2016 Architecture Degrees Research Through Making 2015 Research

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  • Contact | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    Michigan Engaging Community through the Classroom Urban and Regional Research Collaborative The Metropolitan Accessibility Index Students Courses Travel New Student Orientation Career Services Fellowships and Funding Student Work Doctoral Student Research Student Awards Agora Publication Policies P ARG Student Groups Student Life GSI Positions in Urban Planning Planning Recommended Reading Facilities Resources Spatial and Numeric Data Services SAND Lab Computing Media Center Schedule Equipment Rooms Our Building University Resources Contact fb tw in em Share Taubman College Contact Information Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning University of Michigan 2000 Bonisteel Boulevard Ann Arbor MI 48109 2069 USA 734 764 1300 main 734 763 2322 fax Department contacts For admissions and advising TaubmanCollegeStudentServices umich edu For development and alumni relations taubmancollegealumniandfriends umich edu For communications TaubmanCollegeCommunications umich edu For individuals contact information visit our staff directory Taubman College Building Tour View Larger Map Maps of Taubman College and Campus Taubman College Maps Design Studio PDF Taubman College Staff Faculty Map PDF Taubman College Building Map PDF Art and Architecture Building Campus Maps North Campus Map PDF Central Campus Map PDF Directions From Detroit I 94 Ford Freeway heading West Take I 94 West to US 23 North Exit 180 From US 23 take Exit 41 Plymouth Road At the end of the exit take a left west onto Plymouth Rd Go approximately two miles and take a left onto Murfin Road there s a BP gas station on the right To reach the visitor parking lot in the back of the TCAUP building take a right onto Bonisteel Boulevard when you reach the end of Murfin Take the next left which is Fuller Road and pull into the first parking lot on your left From Chicago I 94 heading East Take 1 94 West to exit 172 Jackson Avenue Merge onto Jackson Ave continue 1 4 miles Jackson Ave merges into W Huron Street Continue on Huron 1 5 miles to Glen Avenue Turn left at Glen After 4 miles Glen becomes Fuller Road Continue on Fuller 7 miles go straight through the light at Bonisteel and pull into the first parking lot on your left From Toledo I 75 US 23 heading North Take US 23 North to Exit 41 Plymouth Road Turn left west off the exit onto Plymouth Rd Go approximately two miles and take a left on Murfin Road there s a BP gas station on the right To reach the visitor parking lot in the back of the building take a right onto Bonisteel Boulevard when you reach the end of Murfin Take the next left which is Fuller Road and pull into the first parking lot on your left From Northern Michigan I 75 US 23 heading South Take I 75 to US 23 South follow the signs carefully From US 23 take Exit 41 Plymouth Road Turn right west off the exit onto Plymouth Go approximately two miles and take a left on Murfin Road there s a BP gas station on the

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  • The College Overview | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    s Message From the Chair Why Planning at Michigan Staff Directory Contact History Board of Governors Degrees Certificates Master of Urban Planning Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development Dual Degrees Ph D in Urban Planning News Events News Events Lecture Series Conferences Symposia Exhibitions Admissions Application Deadlines Apply Register as a Prospective Student Schedule a Visit Estimated Cost of Attendance Financial Aid and Scholarships Academic Advising Recruiting Events Dates and Deadlines Faculty Research Faculty Directory Faculty Publications Michigan Engaging Community through the Classroom Urban and Regional Research Collaborative The Metropolitan Accessibility Index Students Courses Travel New Student Orientation Career Services Fellowships and Funding Student Work Doctoral Student Research Student Awards Agora Publication Policies P ARG Student Groups Student Life GSI Positions in Urban Planning Planning Recommended Reading Facilities Resources Spatial and Numeric Data Services SAND Lab Computing Media Center Schedule Equipment Rooms Our Building University Resources The College Overview Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan aims to create a more beautiful inclusive and better environment for generations to come Through interdisciplinary education and research we prepare graduates for positions of responsibility within a wide spectrum of professions organizations and institutions that shape the built environment at scales ranging from local to global fb tw in em Share In pursuit of these ideals for over 100 years Taubman College offers students from the state the country and around the globe a complement of disciplinary and interdisciplinary degree programs ranging from pre professional to post professional to Ph D Our committed and energetic faculty staff and students form a diverse creative and collaborative community within the University of Michigan one of the world s largest research universities Taubman College has a long educational tradition that combines design and technology Today it continues to foster a broad view of architecture and urban and regional planning in the context of a major research institution Statement about Diversity Taubman College works to foster a supportive community for all students and believes a broadly diverse student body enriches the learning environment We define diversity according to wide set of criteria including financial need geography disability commitment to service to diverse and disadvantaged communities first generation college graduate status demonstrated ability to overcome obstacles and more We work not only to increase the diversity of our community but also to build a more welcoming and supportive environment for students once they arrive at Taubman College This initiative comes within the larger environment of a university at the forefront of working toward a more diverse and representative academe You can keep abreast of diversity issues at U M via the University s multifaceted Diversity Matters web site This site serves as the gateway to the many people and programs that support and advance diversity at the University of Michigan Taubman College ready to break ground Architect s Newspaper 2016 U S Pavilion Venice Architecture Biennale Architects Announced Inaugural Fall Lecture Detroit City Planner Maurice Cox Lecture Michael McCulloch Fall 2015 Events Research

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  • Dean's Message | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    a few We must wonder if our concern for very narrow problems mostly formal has led to our failure to engage the world The time has come to examine these issues and to begin to chart a course for the future of the disciplines This will require new approaches to cultural engagement and for architecture and urban and regional planning to re write their own rules These changes need to begin at home with our own cultural institutions namely in architecture and planning schools At critical points in the history of our fields the academy has given us critical perspectives with which to measure and evaluate our impact upon the world Academia provides a lens independent of the demands of the professions and has the potential to advance the fields in extraordinary ways 2 But so far pedagogy is not living up to this potential Our teaching methodologies and the predominant model of studio instruction has remained virtually unchanged for over 100 years More importantly in the last 20 years architecture has stagnated in research that narrowly focused on topics that proved to have little consequence The conundrum of academic specialization is not exclusive to our disciplines Our current environmental economic and societal crises have exposed the limits of conventional notions of specialization as a mode of research and scholarship in every field Many disciplines are beginning to recognize this and are moving toward an interdisciplinary model of research and education In no other area does this become more poignant than in the environmental arena In this first decade of the 21st century it has become clear that by looking at technological advances in isolation during the 20th century we missed their broader impact Efficient production methods have led to the proliferation of goods and it is now clear that our patterns of consumption have led to a disastrous impact on the globe This is certainly true for architecture and planning as well In the last century as we extolled the benefits of new materials and methods of construction in terms of efficiency and economy we overlooked their impact on natural resources For most of the 20th century we exalted the comfort and convenience of the suburbs while overlooking their impact on a larger network of natural ecosystems Now we know that addressing environmental degradation has no easy answer and that the responsibility resides across many fields Transgressing the boundaries of various disciplines may be the only way to address the complex challenges of our time Because of their history and their own nature architecture and planning are best suited to develop an academic model that works across disciplines After all unlike most other fields architecture is an intricate area of study that encompasses distinct fields in the sciences and the humanities and urban planning is considered to be the first multi disciplinary profession It is not surprising that several schools of architecture and planning mention interdisciplinarity in their mission statements However for most this is limited to relationships between

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  • The Architecture Program | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    and Numeric Data Services SAND Lab Computing Media Center Schedule Equipment Rooms Metals Lab Woodshop Software Tutorials Our Building University Resources Urban Planning Urban and Regional Planning Program Dean s Message From the Chair Why Planning at Michigan Staff Directory Contact History Board of Governors Degrees Certificates Master of Urban Planning Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development Dual Degrees Ph D in Urban Planning News Events News Events Lecture Series Conferences Symposia Exhibitions Admissions Application Deadlines Apply Register as a Prospective Student Schedule a Visit Estimated Cost of Attendance Financial Aid and Scholarships Academic Advising Recruiting Events Dates and Deadlines Faculty Research Faculty Directory Faculty Publications Michigan Engaging Community through the Classroom Urban and Regional Research Collaborative The Metropolitan Accessibility Index Students Courses Travel New Student Orientation Career Services Fellowships and Funding Student Work Doctoral Student Research Student Awards Agora Publication Policies P ARG Student Groups Student Life GSI Positions in Urban Planning Planning Recommended Reading Facilities Resources Spatial and Numeric Data Services SAND Lab Computing Media Center Schedule Equipment Rooms Our Building University Resources The Architecture Program Architectural education at the University of Michigan prepares students to participate actively in the design of buildings cities and the physical environment fb tw in em Share To effect change architects and urban designers must understand the nature of the human problem in its environmental context have knowledge of the techniques and technology of building and possess the intellectual and aesthetic skills necessary for a creative synthesis of that information into meaningful and expressive design solutions As a result of momentous and rapid change in society the planning design construction and management of the built environment all demand an immensely varied range of skills Design professionals along with their associates in business law government and the social and natural sciences are needed to foster a richly diverse and humane environment Employment opportunities for architectural and urban design graduates have increased in number and diversity The skills and talents of these professionals are required in practice research industry education and government Within any of these areas the architect s participation can range in scale from the design of building components and systems to urban design while the specific task might include design development materials research administration construction supervision and consultation The architecture program at Taubman College recognize the multiplicity and changing nature of future roles open to the architect and urban designer Whatever the exact nature of these roles might be the programs are designed to prepare students to perceive the ordered relationship of people and their environment and to translate this order into design for the enrichment of human experience Taubman College ready to break ground Architect s Newspaper 2016 U S Pavilion Venice Architecture Biennale Architects Announced Inaugural Fall Lecture Detroit City Planner Maurice Cox Lecture Michael McCulloch Fall 2015 Events Research on the City Chicago Research on the City Detroit 2013 Research on the City Projects Research Through Making 2015 Research Through Making 2014 Research Through Making 2013 2015 Award

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  • Urban and Regional Planning Program | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    Planning News Events News Events Lecture Series Conferences Symposia Exhibitions Admissions Application Deadlines Apply Register as a Prospective Student Schedule a Visit Estimated Cost of Attendance Financial Aid and Scholarships Academic Advising Recruiting Events Dates and Deadlines Faculty Research Faculty Directory Faculty Publications Michigan Engaging Community through the Classroom Urban and Regional Research Collaborative The Metropolitan Accessibility Index Students Courses Travel New Student Orientation Career Services Fellowships and Funding Student Work Doctoral Student Research Student Awards Agora Publication Policies P ARG Student Groups Student Life GSI Positions in Urban Planning Planning Recommended Reading Facilities Resources Spatial and Numeric Data Services SAND Lab Computing Media Center Schedule Equipment Rooms Our Building University Resources Urban and Regional Planning Program Urban and Regional Planning is a profession that strives to improve the environmental quality economic potential and social equity of places neighborhoods towns cities metropolitan areas and larger regions fb tw in em Share Planners seek to improve alternatives to sprawling auto dependent areas to revitalize downtowns and inner city neighborhoods to develop cities and towns in a manner that protects the environment to create lively interesting neighborhoods and commercial areas and to foster sustainable development Michigan Planning seeks to shape place based policy and design for social equity and sustainability regional solutions to metropolitan problems just and effective remedies for urban decline and the creation of human settlements that offer alternatives to environmentally consumptive land development patterns Taubman College offers two degrees a Master of Urban Planning and a Ph D in Urban and Regional Planning The Master of Urban Planning M U P degree offers professional education in the planning field Graduates apply their professional skills in various government agencies private enterprises or nonprofit organizations within a variety of subject areas Concentrations include Land Use and Environmental Planning Housing Community and Economic Development Global and Comparative Planning Physical Planning and Design and Transportation Planning Graduate education at Taubman College emphasizes the development of students abilities to analyze evaluate integrate and apply critical thinking in interdisciplinary planning processes The course of study normally requires two years four terms full time for completion The Ph D in Urban and Regional Planning trains scholars for careers in higher education research and high level policy positions It is a doctoral degree with a flexible interdisciplinary focus Graduates work in universities government nonprofits and the private sector in the U S and around the world The curriculum integrates analytical methods research design a rigorous understanding of urbanization dynamics and an examination of broader social theories processes and policies Students address complex systems that typically encompass an array of spatial environmental social political technical and economic factors The emphasis is on theory analysis and action Each student is also expected to demonstrate an understanding of the literature theory and research in a specialization area within the larger discipline of urban and regional planning The Rackham Graduate School awards the Ph D in Urban and Regional Planning degree Applicants are required to complete the online Rackham Graduate School

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  • Staff Directory | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    1315 akolk umich edu Katee Cole Events Planner Office 2150 734 763 6518 kateej umich edu Kate Grandfield Assistant to the Associate Deans Office 2150 734 615 5260 grandk umich edu Architecture Program Sharon Haar Chair and Professor of Architecture Office 2150 734 936 0221 haar umich edu Milton S F Curry Director Master of Urban Design Degree Program and Associate Professor of Architecture Office 2150 734 647 2152 msfcurry umich edu Karl Daubmann Director Master of Science in Architecture Degree Program and Professor of Architecture Office 3138 734 763 1205 kmdaub umich edu Claire Zimmerman Ph D in Architecture Degree Coordinator and Associate Professor of Architecture Office 3111 734 936 0247 zimclair umich edu Laura J Brown Programs Assistant Office 2150 734 936 0221 laurajbr umich edu Urban Planning Program Richard Norton Chair and Associate Professor of Urban Planning Office 2150 734 936 0197 rknorton umich edu Joe Grengs Ph D in Urban Planning Degree Coordinator and Associate Professor of Urban Planning Office 2225B 734 763 1114 grengs umich edu Laura J Brown Programs Assistant Office 2150 734 936 0221 laurajbr umich edu Student Services Contact the Student Services team at TaubmanCollegeStudentServices umich edu Lisa Hauser Assistant Director of Student Services Office 2150 734 763 1275 weeze umich edu Gerry Kreiner Admissions Representative Office 2150 734 615 0431 gerryk umich edu Katy Rapson Admissions and Recruitment Representative Office 2150 734 764 1649 rapsonka umich edu Stacey Shimones College Registrar Office 2150 734 764 5369 mesvcs umich edu Meghan Lee Academic Adviser Office 2150 734 763 0863 meglee umich edu Cole Motley Student Services Assistant Office 2150 734 647 2187 jomotley umich edu Beth Berenter Architecture Career Services Coordinator Office 2108A 734 764 1301 berenter umich edu Lou Ecken Urban Planning Career Services Coordinator Office 2113 734 763 9560 mecken umich edu Theresa Rohlck English Language Support Office 2113A 734 615 9632 trohlck umich edu Business Services Sandra Patton Business and Finance Manager Office 2226A 734 763 1267 smpatton umich edu Camie Turner Business Analyst Assistant Director Office 2226A 734 763 0658 camie umich edu Katie Abdou Contract and Grant Specialist Office 2226A 734 763 9116 katcarew umich edu Ryan Knierbein Business Intelligence Analyst Office 2150 734 615 3653 rjkn umich edu Marina Lukyanchuk Accounting Office Manager Office 2150 734 764 1300 marinal umich edu Development and Alumni Relations Contact the Development and Alumni Relations team at taubmancollegealumniandfriends umich edu Janice Harvey Director Office 2150 734 764 1340 jrharvey umich edu Communications Contact the Communications team at TaubmanCollegeCommunications umich edu Amber LaCroix Senior Director Marketing Communications Office 2150 734 763 1370 lacroixa umich edu Deniz McGee Public Relations Associate Office 2150 734 615 3845 denizmc umich edu Liz Momblanco Graphic Designer Office 2113 734 615 9434 emomblan umich edu Bryan Ranallo Senior Web Designer Office 2113 734 615 7344 branallo umich edu MaryAnn Wilkinson Exhibition Director Office 2113 734 764 7808 wilkin umich edu Madeleine Frabotta Admissions Marketing Coordinator Office 2150 734 763 1173 mfrabott umich edu Instructional and Research

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  • Giving | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    flourish so the next generation of architects and planners can effectively and positively shape the world About Giving Student Support Working Across Disciplines Becoming Global Citizens Technology Diversity The Building Scholarships fb tw in em Share Whether you want to support scholarships sponsor an exhibition help bring distinguished lecturers professionals to campus encourage research assist with expanding our placement efforts fund internships underwrite international travel studios or provide unrestricted support we have specific funds which address your interests Student Support Taubman College is a leader in the teaching and research of architecture and urban planning because of its state of the art facilities and its faculty However diverse passionate students are just as important to the quality of an institution as its teachers and its facilities Gifts like yours are helping to make Michigan an institution of individuals as diverse and varied as the fields of architecture and planning Our aim as a public institution is to maintain access to higher education for those of ability regardless of economic considerations Our alumni are our greatest allies in this mission Learn more about student support Working Across Disciplines Looking beyond the expertise of our faculty and engaging partners across campus and beyond the college has been actively reframing its pedagogy and research agendas within a larger body of knowledge Through these efforts our students are learning the professional skills they will need to engage in collaborative problem solving Learn more about working aross disciplines Becoming Global Citizens Sending Our Students into the World and Bringing the World to Our Students INTO THE WORLD We aspire to produce not only the best educated practitioners but global citizens who will address projects and communities with sensitivity and professionalism Hands on real world experiences and opportunities to expand cultural perspectives are important complements to their classroom and studio work BRINGING THE WORLD Through our lecture series and conferences we bring a national and international slate of speakers to campus These visitors discuss their work and their vision and often spend time in reviews and seminars directly interacting with students Learn more about becoming global citizens Technology The digital revolution has had a significant impact on the way we design and construct buildings Taubman College a leader in anticipating these changes has played a vital role in developing curricular changes that allow our graduates to remain at the forefront of technological advances Learn more about technology Diversity We define diversity according to a wide set of criteria race gender financial need geography disability commitment to service to diverse and disadvantaged communities first generation college graduate status and more We work not only to increase the diversity of our community but also to build a more welcoming and supportive environment for students once they arrive at Taubman College Learn more about diversity The Building To create a collaborative interdisciplinary approach to learning and research requires new and renovated facilities Our goal is to create a welcoming place for learning collaborating and displaying the unique attributes of

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