Studio Culture Policy

The Department of Architecture strives to provide an environment of respect and open dialogue to facilitate a positive learning culture for its students and faculty. Central to this environment is the encouragement of divergent views and explorations of a myriad of perspectives to produce socially and culturally responsive design resolution. Much of these activities take place within the studio which makes it imperative that the Department revisit its Studio Culture Policy periodically. While the current version was driven by the faculty, student participation was encouraged. The Studio Culture Policy in conjunction with the required CEA soft skills statement for all syllabi are significant moves towards fostering a positive work-school-life balance crucial to the learning culture of the Department.

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Howard Architecture Partners on Smart Habitat Research Funded by $15M NASA Grant

Tue, May 12, 2020

The Howard University Department of Architecture faculty and students are part of a seven-university team funded by a $15 million NASA grant. The grant establishes the Habitats Optimized for Missions of Exploration (HOME) Space Technology Research Institute for Deep Space Habitat Design, one of two space technology research institutes selected by NASA in 2019. Read More >>

Professor and Chair Hazel R. Edwards Invited to Serve on Docomomo US Awards Jury

Mon, May 4, 2020

Architecture Professor and Department Chair Hazel Ruth Edwards, Ph.D., has been invited to serve on the Docomomo US 2020 Modernism in America Awards jury. Docomomo US was founded in the United States in 1995, to “share its members’ knowledge of and enthusiasm for modern architecture and design”.Read More >>

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