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    

50th Anniversary CAP Family Reunion

CAP 50th Graphic Design Competition

 

 

Architecture student, Denise Blankenberger, named a 2015 Udall Scholar. 05/11/15

Thom Mayne, a 2005 Pritzker Prize recipient and the 2013 AIA Gold Medal recipient will speak on the Ball State Campus on March 16.  03/08/2015

Healthcare Design Magazine Names CAP alum, Paul Strohm, BArch '80, as Top Healthcare Architect 02/06/2015  The annual HCD 10 list honors individuals and organizations that have made a significant mark on the healthcare design landscape, including Paul Strohm, director of Healthcare at HOK. MORE. . .

Zachary Benedict, MArch'05 named a 2015 AIA Young Architect 02/05/2015                The Young Architects Award is given to individuals who have shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the profession in an early stage of their architectural career. MORE. . .

Robotic technology brings industry experts to Ball State students and their work 12/19/2014 What was once the stuff of science fiction is now an educational tool students in Ball State University’s architecture, planning and landscape architecture programs are incorporating into daily life. MORE...

Film tells stories behind the Vietnam War memorial 11/6/2014   In his documentary “The Healing Wall,” Ball State graduate student Christopher Kosinski explores the behind-the-scenes deals Vietnam Veterans Memorial organizers had to broker to bring granite artist Maya Lin’s vision to fruition. MORE...

ARCH601 showcases 3D printing
10/14/2014  Students in James Kerestes class recently had an article written by 3D Print.com about their work in studio using 3D printing in the design process. MORE...

Urban Planning Graduate Program competitively ranked 10/07/2014 PLANETIZEN has announced their ranking in the 4th Edition of the PLANETIZEN Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs. MORE...

Parking spaces to become temporary art exhibits in downtown Muncie 09/18/2014 When 130 Ball State landscape architecture students take to a Muncie street on Sept. 19, the demonstration they'll stage is less about protest and more about perspective. MORE...

MArch Grad designs 50th logo 08/21/2014          
The celebration of the CAP 50th anniversary began with the unveiling of the anniversary graphic design.  MORE...

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...


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