Category: Alumni


  • CERES Supports LEED Certification for Multi-Cultural Center

    The Center for Energy Research/Education/Service (CERES) has continued to facilitate and support the team effort of students, faculty, and professionals in preparing the technical credit submission for LEED Certification of the new Multi-Cultural Center, designed by RG Collaborative. This effort is the first of its kind under the LEED Lab Program administered by the US […]

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  • Introducing our 2021 Alumni Award Winners!

    The Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning Executive Advisory Board annually recognizes alumni who demonstrate outstanding professional success or achievement in their field of endeavor. We are pleased to announce this year’s winners.   DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD WINNERS Ron Fisher, Architecture, ‘79 Throughout his 42-year tenure with Schmidt Associates, Ron Fisher has made a significant […]

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  • 5 Landon Bone Baker Architects offer presentation March 8

    Join us for a lively presentation by one of CAP’s most successful alumni-owned firms at 4 p.m. Monday, March 8. The presentation by Landon Bone Baker Architects of Chicago will feature five CAP grads from the Department of Architecture. It’s more than architecture driving this award-winning firm: Community building, affordable housing, and neighborhood planning are […]

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  • Alumnus Lourenzo Giple shares advice for students

    Why is it important to expand the American narrative to include the accomplishments and stories of Black Americans? This question implies that they are different. We tend to forget that Black history is American history, and it is a particularly important part of American history. But besides that; representation, perspective, and the ability to see […]

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  • Pete Fritz named FAICP

    Congratulations to LA grad Pete Fritz who has been named a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners. Fritz, FAICP, PLA, joins an elite group of long-time AICP members recognized for “excellence in professional practice, teaching and mentoring, research, and community service and leadership.”  His wife, K.K. Gerhart-Fritz, is also a fellow and a […]

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  • Highlighting stories of Black Excellence

    Why is it important to expand the American narrative to include the accomplishments and stories of Black Americans?   The reason it’s important to expand the American narrative to include the accomplishments and stories of Black Americans is to preserve the future of black excellence. We have been fortunate to read and hear the stories […]

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