Category: Architecture


  • 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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  • 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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  • Knowing Your Past

    Why is it important to expand the American narrative to include the accomplishments and stories of Black Americans? “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” – Marcus Garvey It is this quote that clearly demonstrates why it’s important to have a knowledge of what […]

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  • CAP 2020 Alumni Award Winners!

    We’re excited to announce our 2020 Alumni Awards winners. The CAP Executive Advisory Board annually recognizes alumni who demonstrate outstanding professional success or achievement in their field of endeavor. While we were unable to hold an awards dinner in the fall, we held a virtual presentation to honor our award recipients.   Watch the presentation […]

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  • Skilled trades education program for at-risk youth

    Ball State Department of Architecture faculty Professor Pam Harwood and Associate Professor Tom Collins are part of two grants recently awarded to ecoREHAB to initiate a Skilled Trades Education Program (STEP) for at-risk, under or unemployed youth in Muncie.  Working with Excutive Direct Jason Haney of ecoREHAB they will help develop STEP’s training curriculum that […]

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  • Honorable Mention in International Competition

    Allison Loth, a fourth-year architecture student, won honorable mention in the international 2020 ACSA-AISC Steel Competition for her project “Transcend” in the urban food hub category. The category challenged students to explore issues related to the use of steel in design and construction for the creation of the food hub. Working off a farmer’s market […]

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