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Trek to Death Valley Tests Whether Student-Designed Shelters Can Stand the Heat

College of Architecture students tackled the challenge of creating a shelter that's portable, easy to assemble, and can keep people safe in extreme environments. Read more.

Plan to boost Waterloo taking shape

Graduate students in urban planning are studying ways to re-energize Waterloo’s downtown district. They began last month and will report their recommendations April 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the Waterloo town library. Read more.

Students Design, Build a Mobile Greenhouse to Help Urban Farm Flourish

An architecture professor and 17 students undertake the project to extend the growing season of a sustainable 1-acre plot in Indianapolis. Read more.

Cut From the Same Cloth, Urban Planning Majors Build a Fashion Label

Juniors Josh Sims and Nate Robert-Eze promote a theme of unity and learn about entrepreneurship after launching 2eze Apparel. Read more.

CAP Students Rehab Houses, Turning Eyesores Into Fresh Starts

The Muncie housing nonprofit ecoREHAB offers architecture students hands-on experience and a chance to renew neighborhoods and help low-income residents. Read more.

Departmental News

Events and Activities

CAP Gallery


The CAP Gallery, located on the first floor of the Architecture Building, features inspirational exhibits. Learn more.

CAP Job Fair

Job Fair

Firms across the country showcase their companies during this two-day event. Learn more.

Interested in Other Campus Events or Alumni Activities?

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ReCAP, the college's annual publication, features a roundup of the college's events and activities. Find PDFs below and via social media if you prefer an electronic version.