College of Architecture and Planning

News and Events

Check out the latest happenings in the College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) below.

SIGNATURE EVENTS  

NEWS

Guest Lectures, including our signature Charles Sappenfield Lectures,  bringing leading researchers and practitioners to campus each semester.  All lectures are free and open to the public. 

The CAP Symposia celebrates the work of college faculty, students, and alumni. 

The CAP Gallery brings exhibits into the building to enrich student learning. View the schedule and more information.

 

SPECIAL EVENTS    

 

None currently scheduled.

 

 

Third-year urban planning studio wins national award 03/03/2014                                             The American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Student Project Awards Jury, selected the project “Old West End Neighborhood Action Plan” as a winner of a 2014 AICP Student Project Award for 2014. MORE...

Architects dream up new uses for old planes 12/10/2013                                    Professor Harry Eggink teaches an aero-architecture class to dream up ways to repurpose old planes. MORE...

CAP/Purdue team advances to finals in urban design competition 02/22/2013
Congratulations to members of a Ball State/Purdue University team named as one of four finalists in the Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design competition. MORE... 

CAP:IC Director Brad Beaubien Named Forty Under 40 02/02/2013
The College of Architecture and Planning’s Indianapolis Center Director, Brad Beaubien, was named to the Forty Under 40 Class of 2013 by the Indianapolis Business Journal.   MORE...

CAP Faculty, Students and Alumni receive awards during 2012 AIA Kentucky/Indiana Annual Convention 11/06/2012
Winning a 2012 Design Slam award, the Walter S. Blackburn award, a Gold Medal award, two Young Architect awards, and a 2012 Design Firm of the Year award isn't half bad. MORE. . .

CAP associate professor of practice receives Indiana APA group's highest honor 05/15/2012
Bruce Race, an associate professor of practice with the College of Architecture and Planning, has won the highest award bestowed by the Indiana Chapter of the American Planning Association. MORE...

 

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