The College of Art and Architecture continues to prepare students for an exciting and invigorating future!
We recently proposed a reconfiguration of the College that moves us to a single-unit, integrated college of art and design, in which each discipline contributes to and reinforces the educational goals of other disciplines. This positions the College to increase relevance to the industry; develop more flexible formats for delivery of integrated, interdisciplinary teaching and research; and meet the call for larger departments and more efficient management structures.
The new configuration would create greater synergy between faculty members and students, mirroring the evolving profession that centers on integrated disciplines. As a result, it positions the College of Art and Architecture to continue as a leading educational model for the industry. We are confident that this integrated design will prepare our students for the changing profession.
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Interview with Ron Walters, Advisory Council Chair