News from the Notre Dame School of Architecture
News from the Notre Dame School of Architecture
Save the date for our Rome 50th Anniversary Celebration
The School of Architecture is pleased to invite our alumni and friends to join us in Rome on April 10-14, 2019 as we gather to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rome Studies Program.

The Rome Studies Program began in 1969 and is the only foreign studies program among American architecture schools required for all students. We recognize the importance of the year in Rome for the personal and professional development of our graduates, and we hope that many of you will be able to join us in Rome, with your families, to reminisce about old memories and create new ones.

Congratulations Class of 2017!
Bond Hall Celebrates 100 Years
The building now known as Bond Hall began as Lemonnier Library, Notre Dame’s first purpose-built library. Rev. Thomas J. Shahan, D.D. blessed and dedicated the Lemonnier library building on Sunday, June 10, 1917, during the University's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Made from Indiana limestone, the two-story, Beaux Arts Classical structure was designed by Architect Edward Lippincott Tilton of New York.
Notre Dame Trail Starts in August
This August the Notre Dame community will join together for the Notre Dame Trail to retrace Father Sorin's journey from Vincennes to Notre Dame to celebrate the university's 175th anniversary.  Pilgrims will travel those miles in a collective effort to rededicate themselves to Notre Dame's mission to seek God, study the world, and serve humanity.
Sean Nohelty '97 will be walking for a special cause:  his niece, Fiona.  Fiona passed away from Nonketotic Hyperglycinemia (NKH), a rare genetic disease that effects 1 in every 60,000 newborn babies.  Support research for NKH and Fiona and Friends by sponsoring Sean on the Notre Dame Trail.
Architecture Students Participate in Back from Italy Exhibit
The Rome Studies Program is often a defining experience both academically and personally for both undergraduate and graduate students.  Beyond in-depth study of Italian architecture, students become immersed in Italian art, culture and life, and this experience often impacts their work.  Four Notre Dame architecture students were featured in Back from Italy, a student work exhibition to celebrate the impact of Italian culture on American study abroad architecture students.
Notre Dame Day
Professor Krupali Uplekar Krusche, Professor Marianne Cusato, Adam Heet of the Architecture Library, and fifth-year student and National Organization for Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS)-ND Chapter president Gabriel Jacobs represented the School of Architecture for Notre Dame Day 2017.  
Driehaus Foundation Presents:  Human Perception and The Built Environment

Media Mentions

The American Conservative

Architecture Here and There, Prof. Steve Semes

Common/Edge, Dean Michael Lykoudis and Prof. Steve Semes

PsyPost, Prof. Kim Rollings

Walsh Family Hall Construction Progress

Construction on the Matthew and Joyce Walsh Family Hall has begun on the south side of campus.


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