October 05, 2015 – What was it like to be at DCP in the 1980s?
1972: The beginning of PIN
September 30, 2015 – When the College of Design, Construction and Planning created a historic preservation program in the late 1950s, it became one of the first of its kind.
September 28, 2015 – The Seventies was a time of pivotal change among our country’s social progressive values and economic upheavals.
Student Chapter ASLA brings PARK Day to Downtown
September 23, 2015 – Residents traveling through Downtown Gainesville passed by in amazement when they saw a park full of plants and people sitting on benches near the side of the road.
September 21, 2015 – It was 1969 and Gloria Mayberry, who was 42 at the time, was eager to begin her collegiate career.
Celebrating Women in Architecture
September 15, 2015 – The glass walls surrounding the School of Architecture Gallery were no match for last week’s “Celebrating Women in Architecture” lecture series kick-off reception and opening discussion.
September 14, 2015 – The 1950s was a decade famously known for its post-war growth. The decade invited many out from of the shadows into the light of the of its “booming” economy.
Lecture series kick-off: Celebrating Women in Architecture
September 08, 2015 –
Fall lecture series: “Celebrating Women in Architecture”
September 08, 2015 – This semester, the College of Design, Construction and Planning will host its first ever “Celebrating Women in Architecture” lecture series, highlighting achievements by renowned women architects and celebrating female leadership in the field.
September 08, 2015 – Right when the economy seemed to be bouncing back from the stock market crash, the 1940s brought the U.S. into yet another earth-shattering event: World War II.
DCP organizes successful urban development conference in India
September 03, 2015 – New Delhi, India – The International Conference on Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Development in India attracted more than 370 attendees from different parts of India and abroad.