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  • Students - Community and Regional Planning | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    MSCRP Program thesis professional report guidelines PhD program PhD Degree Requirements PhD Projects Doctoral Student Profiles Doctoral Alumni Profiles Specializations City Forum Lecture Series Planning Forum Call for Submissions Civic Engagement Initiative Internships Career Prospects GIS Education Resources GIS Showcase GIS Tutorials GIS Data ArcView Tips Planning Resources Online Student Organizations Events Performance Measures Support CRP Faculty Students Work Historic Preservation Program Degrees Offered Courses Overview Frequently Asked Questions Links of Interest Conservation Lab Work News Resources Faculty Students Alumni Student Historic Preservation Association Interior Design Undergraduate Program Courses Overview Student Achievement Master of Interior Design MID First Professional MID Post Professional MID Faculty Students News Work Landscape Architecture Program Mission Degree Programs MLA I MLA II Courses Overview Work Faculty Students Public Policy Information FAQ Sustainable Design Degree Programs and Procedures Master of Architecture I Master of Architecture II Master of Science in Sustainable Design PhD in History Preservation and Sustainability Core Course Schedule Student Work Scholarship Faculty Students Work Urban Design Degree Programs Courses Overview ULI Competition CRP Urban Design Faculty Students Work Apply Undergraduate Admissions Freshman FAQ External Transfer FAQ Internal Transfer Internal Transfer FAQ Visit the Undergraduate Program Contact Graduate Admissions Application Instructions M Arch I M Arch II MAAH MID I MID II MLA I MLA II MSAS MSCRP MSHP MSSD MSUD PhD in ARC PhD in CRP Graduate Admissions FAQ Visit Contact Student Funding Financial Aid New Student Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture Current Tours Events

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  • Work | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    and Regional Planning Dual Degree Programs CRP Latin American Studies CRP LA Faculty CRP LA Students CRP LA Alumni CRP LA Projects CRP LA Contact CRP LBJ School of Public Affairs CRP School of Law CRP Sustainable Design CRP Urban Design MSCRP Program thesis professional report guidelines PhD program PhD Degree Requirements PhD Projects Doctoral Student Profiles Doctoral Alumni Profiles Specializations City Forum Lecture Series Planning Forum Call for Submissions Civic Engagement Initiative Internships Career Prospects GIS Education Resources GIS Showcase GIS Tutorials GIS Data ArcView Tips Planning Resources Online Student Organizations Events Performance Measures Support CRP Faculty Students Work Historic Preservation Program Degrees Offered Courses Overview Frequently Asked Questions Links of Interest Conservation Lab Work News Resources Faculty Students Alumni Student Historic Preservation Association Interior Design Undergraduate Program Courses Overview Student Achievement Master of Interior Design MID First Professional MID Post Professional MID Faculty Students News Work Landscape Architecture Program Mission Degree Programs MLA I MLA II Courses Overview Work Faculty Students Public Policy Information FAQ Sustainable Design Degree Programs and Procedures Master of Architecture I Master of Architecture II Master of Science in Sustainable Design PhD in History Preservation and Sustainability Core Course Schedule Student Work Scholarship Faculty Students Work Urban Design Degree Programs Courses Overview ULI Competition CRP Urban Design Faculty Students Work Apply Undergraduate Admissions Freshman FAQ External Transfer FAQ Internal Transfer Internal Transfer FAQ Visit the Undergraduate Program Contact Graduate Admissions Application Instructions M Arch I M Arch II MAAH MID I MID II MLA I MLA II MSAS MSCRP MSHP MSSD MSUD PhD in ARC PhD in CRP Graduate Admissions FAQ Visit Contact Student Funding Financial Aid New Student Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab

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  • Historic Preservation Program & Degrees Offered | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    level programs and two doctoral level programs are offered in Historic Preservation M Arch II Preservation M S H P Ph D History Track and Ph D Community and Regional Planning Track MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE M ARCH PRESERVATION Taking three or four semesters to complete and 36 hours total of studio and coursework this design oriented post professional degree is intended for students with baccalaureate degrees in architecture B Arch who wish to refine their skills and qualify themselves to do work in the preservation and adaptive re use of historic buildings It does not serve as a prerequisite for doctoral study More information on the M Arch II Preservation program can be found on the Architecture Post Professional M Arch page MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HISTORIC PRESERVATION M S H P This program provides students with an introduction to advanced studies in historic preservation and is a prerequisite for the Ph D program It may also be pursued independently Ordinarily completed in two years it requires 48 hours of coursework including a Thesis or Professional Report Sample M S H P Curriculum Fall I Preservation History Theory Graphic Documentation Building Construction I National Register Documentation Spring I Preservation Studio 6 cr Architectural Conservation Lab Methods Preservation Law Summer internship Fall II Architectural Conservation Field Methods Preservation Planning Practice Thesis A or Elective American Architecture Spring II Thesis B or Professional Report elective elective elective Total hours 48 Program curricula are tailored to individual background and emphasis and will be determined with the Program Director PH D HISTORY TRACK The program leading to the Ph D in the area of architectural history builds on the M S H P degree and provides students with advanced training to prepare them to teach and to conduct research at the highest level Students who have completed the M S H P degree must apply for continuation to the Ph D level The Ph D requires a minimum of 21 hours of coursework leading to the comprehensive examination Students must demonstrate reading proficiency in a second foreign language approved by the Ph D Committee The comprehensive examination tests general knowledge of architectural history an area of concentration and a minor area Following successful completion of the comprehensive examination the student develops a dissertation topic and makes a public presentation to the Ph D Committee which then recommends candidacy to the Dean of the Graduate School The writing oral defense and revision of the dissertation follow Sample Program of Study First Ph D Year First Semester ARC 388R Architectural history seminar ARC 389R Reading course in historic preservation Minor elective or language study if necessary First Ph D Year Second Semester ARC 388R Research in historic preservation ARC 389 Reading course in preservation Minor elective or language study if necessary Second Ph D Year First Semester Reading course in minor area Plus additional courses as necessary Note students are normally required to take 21 hours in advanced courses before sitting for the comprehensive examination Second

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  • Historic Preservation Courses Overview | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture Current Tours Events Past Tours Events Gift and Estate Planning Goldsmith Society UTSOA Advisory Council Contact Faculty Students Alumni Stay Connected Staff Contacts SOA Facilities Request Report Search Historic Preservation Courses Overview American Architecture Cleary Surveys architecture in the United States in the 19th century exploring such issues as the search for an architecture distinguishable from its European roots and the attempts to respond to the rapidly changing nature of American life and society In addition to examples by celebrated architects the course will also explore vernacular building and early commercial architecture Building Construction This is the first course in the construction series It is an introduction to construction materials and methods of construction The objective of the course is to develop in the student an early awareness of materials and structure Cultural Landscape Preservation Lopez Examines the North American cultural landscape as it has been shaped by human habitation and addresses issues around preserving this landscape Includes everything from formal gardens to battlefields from national parks to historic farmsteads and from sacred sites to transportation corridors Cultural Resource Management An introduction to cultural resource management from the origins of the field to current practices in heritage site cultural landscape management museum management and integrated resource planning National Register Documentation Smith Teaches students the rudiments of preparing an individual property nomination for the National Register of Historic Places Topics include the purpose and levels of designation National Register criteria and nomination components conducting archival research researching public documents basics of architectural photography and technical and grammatical writing At the end of the semester each student submits a nomination to the Texas Historic Commission for presentation to the State Board of Review for national designation Materials Conservation Field Methods Gale This course provides an introduction to architectural materials conservation focusing on on site examination and testing of historic buildings Lecture topics will include traditional building materials and systems deterioration phenomena and resulting conditions A variety of investigative techniques including nondestructive evaluation methods will be discussed Site work will focus on the historic buildings on the University of Texas campus Working in teams students will conduct research on the construction materials and methods of these historic buildings and survey their existing conditions Each team will share their work in classroom presentations To view images of

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  • Historic Preservation: Frequently Asked Questions | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture Current Tours Events Past Tours Events Gift and Estate Planning Goldsmith Society UTSOA Advisory Council Contact Faculty Students Alumni Stay Connected Staff Contacts SOA Facilities Request Report Search Historic Preservation Frequently Asked Questions What sort of background do I need We prefer that students have training or previous experience in architecture urban planning architectural history art history history conservation or archaeology Knowledge of the history of architecture and construction are particularly helpful But we accept students from a wide array of backgrounds in the liberal arts and sciences Work experience in a professional setting is helpful Ability to research and to write clearly is essential How long is the course of study for the Historic Preservation Programs The length of time required to obtain a degree is determined by the specific program in which a student is enrolled and depends on individual circumstances and progress Students obtaining a specialization in preservation via the M Arch program require one and a half years Typically pursuit of the M S H P and M S C R P specialization is a two year endeavor The doctoral degree should be achieved in four to six years Sutton Giese practices applying mortar in Construction I masonry lab What are the foci of the Preservation curriculum The program s strengths are architectural conservation architectural history particularly Modernism and twentieth century preservation planning and cultural resource management and design What does the final graduate project for master s students entail M S H P students are required to submit a substantial written thesis on independent original research How many hours is the master s degree The M S H P is a 48 hour degree program Can I really finish my master s degree in two years The great majority of our students are able to complete their work in two to two and a half years Students continuing on to a Ph D degree can expect to spend three or four additional years in the program Do I get hands on training The program is designed to give students a very good working knowledge of theory and practice as well as to provide them with hands on training Many students work on individual projects often connected with their theses or dissertations during their time at the university A large number of students also work for preservation firms or government offices during their studies Because Austin

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  • Links of Interest | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    Sustainable Design Urban Design PhD Degree Requirements Courses Curriculum Architecture Studio Culture Architecture Interdisciplinary Studies NAAB Accreditation Info Faculty Students Work Community and Regional Planning Dual Degree Programs CRP Latin American Studies CRP LA Faculty CRP LA Students CRP LA Alumni CRP LA Projects CRP LA Contact CRP LBJ School of Public Affairs CRP School of Law CRP Sustainable Design CRP Urban Design MSCRP Program thesis professional report guidelines PhD program PhD Degree Requirements PhD Projects Doctoral Student Profiles Doctoral Alumni Profiles Specializations City Forum Lecture Series Planning Forum Call for Submissions Civic Engagement Initiative Internships Career Prospects GIS Education Resources GIS Showcase GIS Tutorials GIS Data ArcView Tips Planning Resources Online Student Organizations Events Performance Measures Support CRP Faculty Students Work Historic Preservation Program Degrees Offered Courses Overview Frequently Asked Questions Links of Interest Conservation Lab Work News Resources Faculty Students Alumni Student Historic Preservation Association Interior Design Undergraduate Program Courses Overview Student Achievement Master of Interior Design MID First Professional MID Post Professional MID Faculty Students News Work Landscape Architecture Program Mission Degree Programs MLA I MLA II Courses Overview Work Faculty Students Public Policy Information FAQ Sustainable Design Degree Programs and Procedures Master of Architecture I Master of Architecture II Master of Science in Sustainable Design PhD in History Preservation and Sustainability Core Course Schedule Student Work Scholarship Faculty Students Work Urban Design Degree Programs Courses Overview ULI Competition CRP Urban Design Faculty Students Work Apply Undergraduate Admissions Freshman FAQ External Transfer FAQ Internal Transfer Internal Transfer FAQ Visit the Undergraduate Program Contact Graduate Admissions Application Instructions M Arch I M Arch II MAAH MID I MID II MLA I MLA II MSAS MSCRP MSHP MSSD MSUD PhD in ARC PhD in CRP Graduate Admissions FAQ Visit Contact Student Funding Financial Aid New Student Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty

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  • Work | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    American Studies CRP LA Faculty CRP LA Students CRP LA Alumni CRP LA Projects CRP LA Contact CRP LBJ School of Public Affairs CRP School of Law CRP Sustainable Design CRP Urban Design MSCRP Program thesis professional report guidelines PhD program PhD Degree Requirements PhD Projects Doctoral Student Profiles Doctoral Alumni Profiles Specializations City Forum Lecture Series Planning Forum Call for Submissions Civic Engagement Initiative Internships Career Prospects GIS Education Resources GIS Showcase GIS Tutorials GIS Data ArcView Tips Planning Resources Online Student Organizations Events Performance Measures Support CRP Faculty Students Work Historic Preservation Program Degrees Offered Courses Overview Frequently Asked Questions Links of Interest Conservation Lab Work News Resources Faculty Students Alumni Student Historic Preservation Association Interior Design Undergraduate Program Courses Overview Student Achievement Master of Interior Design MID First Professional MID Post Professional MID Faculty Students News Work Landscape Architecture Program Mission Degree Programs MLA I MLA II Courses Overview Work Faculty Students Public Policy Information FAQ Sustainable Design Degree Programs and Procedures Master of Architecture I Master of Architecture II Master of Science in Sustainable Design PhD in History Preservation and Sustainability Core Course Schedule Student Work Scholarship Faculty Students Work Urban Design Degree Programs Courses Overview ULI Competition CRP Urban Design Faculty Students Work Apply Undergraduate Admissions Freshman FAQ External Transfer FAQ Internal Transfer Internal Transfer FAQ Visit the Undergraduate Program Contact Graduate Admissions Application Instructions M Arch I M Arch II MAAH MID I MID II MLA I MLA II MSAS MSCRP MSHP MSSD MSUD PhD in ARC PhD in CRP Graduate Admissions FAQ Visit Contact Student Funding Financial Aid New Student Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ

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  • Headlines | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    CRP Urban Design MSCRP Program thesis professional report guidelines PhD program PhD Degree Requirements PhD Projects Doctoral Student Profiles Doctoral Alumni Profiles Specializations City Forum Lecture Series Planning Forum Call for Submissions Civic Engagement Initiative Internships Career Prospects GIS Education Resources GIS Showcase GIS Tutorials GIS Data ArcView Tips Planning Resources Online Student Organizations Events Performance Measures Support CRP Faculty Students Work Historic Preservation Program Degrees Offered Courses Overview Frequently Asked Questions Links of Interest Conservation Lab Work News Resources Faculty Students Alumni Student Historic Preservation Association Interior Design Undergraduate Program Courses Overview Student Achievement Master of Interior Design MID First Professional MID Post Professional MID Faculty Students News Work Landscape Architecture Program Mission Degree Programs MLA I MLA II Courses Overview Work Faculty Students Public Policy Information FAQ Sustainable Design Degree Programs and Procedures Master of Architecture I Master of Architecture II Master of Science in Sustainable Design PhD in History Preservation and Sustainability Core Course Schedule Student Work Scholarship Faculty Students Work Urban Design Degree Programs Courses Overview ULI Competition CRP Urban Design Faculty Students Work Apply Undergraduate Admissions Freshman FAQ External Transfer FAQ Internal Transfer Internal Transfer FAQ Visit the Undergraduate Program Contact Graduate Admissions Application Instructions M Arch I M Arch II MAAH MID I MID II MLA I MLA II MSAS MSCRP MSHP MSSD MSUD PhD in ARC PhD in CRP Graduate Admissions FAQ Visit Contact Student Funding Financial Aid New Student Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture

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