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  • Bieri Interviewed on Michigan Tax Study | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    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 Bieri Interviewed on Michigan Tax Study fb tw in em Share Bieri Interviewed on Michigan Tax Study Assistant Professor of Urban and Regional Planning David Bieri was interviewed for an article on MLive concerning his study on Michigan tax mismanagement The article illuminates how billions of Michigan tax dollars are being diverted to un elected authorities Read the article on MLive com 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

    Original URL path: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/news/2014/09/09/bieri-interviewed-michigan-tax-study (2015-12-02)
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  • Ahlquist Accepted to U-M's Integrative Medicine Scholars Program | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    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 Ahlquist Accepted to U M s Integrative Medicine Scholars Program fb tw in em Share Ahlquist Accepted to U M s Integrative Medicine Scholars Program Assistant Professor of Architecture Sean Ahlquist was recently accepted to the U M Faculty Scholars Program for Integrative Medicine This year long multidisciplinary program in integrative health care provides selected faculty from the Medical School and colleges across Michigan campuses and schools of Business Dentistry Social Work Nursing Art and Architecture Music Kinesiology and Public Health with the opportunity to explore the theoretical principles clinical practices and evidence related to complementary alternative and integrative therapies The purpose of the program is to extend resources to faculty that can be applied to teaching research and clinical care in the emerging field of integrative health care Ahlquist s topic is the establishment of a protocol combining behavior based therapies and multi sensory environments as the foundation for research and teaching in adaptive tactile technologies focused on developing skills in social interaction and communication for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder 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

    Original URL path: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/news/2014/09/08/ahlquist-accepted-u-ms-integrative-medicine-scholars-program (2015-12-02)
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  • Sport car designer receives Distinguished Alumnus Award; exhibition showcases ‘A Life in Design’ | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    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 Sport car designer receives Distinguished Alumnus Award exhibition showcases A Life in Design fb tw in em Share Sport car designer receives Distinguished Alumnus Award exhibition showcases A Life in Design Taubman College will launch its fall exhibition program on Friday September 5 with a retrospective exhibition of the work and life of automotive designer Tom Tjaarda B Arch 58 The designer will receive the College s Distinguished Alumnus Award on September 26 2014 Tom Tjaarda is one of the world s most innovative and distinguished designers A legend in European automotive design circles he is best known for his imaginative exciting sports cars of the 1970s and 80s that include production prototype custom modification and show cars Of particular note are the Fiat Spyder later versions of Mustangs and his signature car the Pantera The Pantera 71 78 built in Italy by De Tomaso and distributed in the U S by Lincoln Mercury is a two seater dynamic car with powerful direct steering aimed at the sports car driver of moderate means and is collected by car enthusiasts everywhere An example of the 71 Pantera generously lent by a local collector will be included in the exhibition The exhibition will run in Taubman College s Liberty Gallery September 5 28 2014 While being primarily interested in the design aesthetics of cars he has also designed industrial and domestic objects such as typewriters dialysis machines and motor scooters The exhibition will feature all aspects of his design work through photo panels of his most important designs design drawings related videos and a timeline of his career Taubman College Distinguished Alumnus event details Tom Tjaarda A Life in Design Exhibition September 5 28 2014 Liberty Gallery 305 W Liberty St Ann Arbor MI The exhibition will be open Thursday to Sunday 3 00 7 00 pm Tom Tjaarda Opening Reception September 25 2014 from 6 00 9 00pm Liberty Gallery 305 W Liberty St Ann Arbor MI Tom Tjaarda Lecture September 26 2014 at 6 00pm Chesborough Auditorium 2121 Bonisteel Blvd Ann Arbor MI The talk will chronicle his life and work with particular emphasis on the function of his design studio and its work with manufacturers All events are free and open to the public Taubman College ready to break ground

    Original URL path: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/news/2014/09/05/sport-car-designer-receives-distinguished-alumnus-award-exhibition-showcases-%E2%80%98-life (2015-12-02)
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  • Thomas and Fishman contribute to 'Planning Ideas That Matter' | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    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 Thomas and Fishman contribute to Planning Ideas That Matter fb tw in em Share Thomas and Fishman contribute to Planning Ideas That Matter Centennial Professor of Urban and Regional Planning June Manning Thomas and Professor of Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning Robert Fishman have written chapters for the book titled Planning Ideas That Matter Livability Territoriality Governance and Reflective Practice The book which has received the 2014 Best Edited Book prize from the International Planning History Society IPHS charts the trajectories of four key themes that have shaped urban and regional planning in both theory and practice livability territoriality governance and reflective professional practice Fishman s chapter focuses on New Urbanism while Thomas writes about Social Justice as Responsible Practice Influence of Race Ethnicity and the Civil Rights Era Planning Ideas That Matter Livability Territoriality Governance and Reflective Practice MIT Press was written by Bishwapriya Sanyal Lawrence J Vale and Christina Rosan For more information visit the MIT press website 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

    Original URL path: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/news/2014/09/05/thomas-and-fishman-contribute-planning-ideas-matter (2015-12-02)
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  • Soo publishes chapter; presents at European Architectural History Network | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    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 Soo publishes chapter presents at European Architectural History Network fb tw in em Share Soo publishes chapter presents at European Architectural History Network Lydia Soo Associate Professor of Architecture has published A Baroque City London after the Great Fire of 1666 in Giambattista Nolli and Rome Mapping the City before and after the Pianta Grande edited by Ian Verstegen and Allan Ceen Rome Studium Urbis In her chapter Soo explores how after London s destruction different types of existing maps were used by designers to create monumental plans for a new city based on continental models Soo also presented a paper entitled Quadrature and Drawing in Early Modern Architecture at the third international meeting of the European Architectural History Network EAHN held in Torino Italy 19 21 June 2014 The paper explored the use of geometrical methods in the drawing and designing of centrally planned buildings during the 16th and 17th centuries most notably the complex curvilinear spaces of Guarini s church of San Lorenzo Visit the conference website for the abstract 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

    Original URL path: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/news/2014/09/02/soo-publishes-chapter-presents-european-architectural-history-network (2015-12-02)
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  • Wilkins writes essay for Ruffneck Constructivists | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    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 Wilkins writes essay for Ruffneck Constructivists fb tw in em Share Wilkins writes essay for Ruffneck Constructivists Lecturer in Architecture Craig Wilkins has written an essay entitled A Cuirass Architecture featured in a publication to accompany a group exhibition curated by artist Kara Walker Ruffneck Constructivists brings together 11 international artists in order to define a contemporary manifesto of urban architecture and change Inspired by both the Russian Constructivists and McLyte s 1993 hit song Ruffneck the phrase Ruffneck Constructivists evokes thuggishness as an expression of abjection For more information on Ruffneck Constructivists Dancing Foxes Press Institute of Contemporary Art University of Pennsylvania June visit Amazon com 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

    Original URL path: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/news/2014/08/31/wilkins-writes-essay-ruffneck-constructivists (2015-12-02)
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  • ‘Ever Green: Parks and Greenways’ earns MAP Outstanding Student Project Award | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    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 Ever Green Parks and Greenways earns MAP Outstanding Student Project Award fb tw in em Share Ever Green Parks and Greenways earns MAP Outstanding Student Project Award The Michigan Association of Planning MAP has awarded a group of Master of Urban Planning alumni an Outstanding Student Project Award for a plan offering governance and institutional design alternatives to support Detroit s parks and greenways Their plan Ever Green An Enduring System of Parks and Greenways in Detroit was completed in April 2012 and has influenced the planning for parks and greenways in Detroit Future City community based initiatives and the city s administrative restructuring The former students are Eric Dennis Isaac Gilman Ting Ma Amanda Peterson Brent Schleck Stephanie Simon and Michael Vos The students worked with representatives from two Detroit departments Greening of Detroit Detroit Parks Coalition Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance Lower Eastside Action Plan Detroit Food and Fitness Collaborative and Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan to develop the plan The abstract of the plan reads as follows The City of Detroit cannot support the parks system that existed when the city had many more residents and businesses Meanwhile a greenways coalition has been planning and implementing the creation of greenways with foundation support but not necessarily in connection to parks enhancement and maintenance Parks and greenways are vital for improving Detroit residents quality of life Current administration of parks and greenways is fragmented and short of funds but city county and state governments all face severe budget problems that mean they cannot reallocate funding to parks and greenways This plan offers governance and institutional design alternatives that could help support a better parks and greenways system The former Master of Urban Planning students will be honored on October 8 2014 at the MAP Annual Conference on Mackinac Island 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

    Original URL path: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/news/2014/08/30/%E2%80%98ever-green-parks-and-greenways%E2%80%99-earns-map-outstanding-student-project-award-0 (2015-12-02)
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  • Thün appointed Associate Dean for Research | Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning
    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 Thün appointed Associate Dean for Research fb tw in em Share Thün appointed Associate Dean for Research Dean Ponce de Leon has appointed Geoffrey Thün Associate Professor of Architecture Associate Dean of Research for Taubman College Thün s research ranges from the micro material scale of building envelopes to the macro urban scale of the region His scholarship is inherently multi disciplinary and highly collaborative with his practice other academic researchers and industry partners His expertise has led to a series of significant research collaborations across campus in the area of sustainability and his participation on several campus wide initiatives According to Dean Ponce de Leon Geoff s interdisciplinary research as well as the broad range of his work encompassing regional issues as well as the scale of building make him particularly well suited to serve as Associate Dean of Research for Taubman College and to work with faculty in both the Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning Programs With an impressive commitment to pursue funded research Thün has received funding from the US Department of Transportation US Department of Energy Alcoa Foundation Mott Foundation Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute Canada Council for the Arts Ontario Power Authority MITACS U M Wireless Integrated Microsystems ERC and the U M Office of Research to name a few Thün s research and creative practice has also been disseminated widely among some of the most prestigious publications in the field such as the International Journal of Architecture and Design the International Journal of Architectural Computing the Journal of the International Society of the Arts Sciences and Technology the Journal of Architectural Education and Spaces and Flows An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies 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

    Original URL path: http://taubmancollege.umich.edu/news/2014/08/29/th%C3%BCn-appointed-associate-dean-research (2015-12-02)
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