Design the Future.
The College of Environmental Design (ENV) offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban and Regional Planning; undergraduate degrees in Art History and Visual Communication Design; and a minor and graduate degree in Regenerative Studies. It also manages operations of two permanent University Art Galleries, the W. Keith & Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery and the Don B. Huntley Gallery.
ENV SPOTLIGHT | Changing of the Guard
Michael Woo, the first urban planner, the first Asian-American, and the second-longest serving dean of the College of Environmental Design, has retired after 10 years of service. Lauren Weiss Bricker, Ph.D., a professor of architecture for 20 years, has been appointed interim dean.
ARTS & CULTURE | Ink & Clay 44
Established in 1971, Ink & Clay is an annual juried competition of printmaking, ink drawing, ceramic ware, clay sculpture, mixed media and installation, utilizing any variety of “ink” or “clay” (or combination) as material. For information, visit the Ink & Clay 44 program here.