Tag: Community Health and Housing
Did you know that Oklahoma has the highest incarceration rate of women in the developed world? And many of the women who are incarcerated have
Students from the OU Society of Urban Design took over a parking space on a rainy Parking Day in Downtown Tulsa. Parking Day is an
The Gibbs College of Architecture recently welcomed visiting lecturer Dr. Pai Liu to its Division of Landscape Architecture. Previous to her appointment at OU, Dr.
Christopher Lê, an Aviation Architectural Designer for Mead & Hunt, graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Master of Architecture degree in 2017. Lê
On Saturday, April 27th, students pursuing the Master of Urban Design degree at OU-Tulsa will be presenting their capstone projects. Each student was encouraged to
During the summers of 2014-2017, associate professor of Architecture Dave Boeck, assistant professor of Regional and City Planning John Harris, alumnus Chris Le, and a number of
Assistant professor of Regional + City Planning C. Aujean Lee recently published an article entitled “Investing in Non-White Spaces” in the Public Health Post. The
Regional + City Planning student student Jake Landry recently wrote an op-ed about walkability and public safety in downtown Tulsa, which was published in Tulsa World.
BlackSpace Oklahoma, in collaboration with the University of Oklahoma’s Gibbs College of Architecture, will introduce their organization and initiatives with the lecture series: NE OKC