Assistant Professor Anijo Mathew was named New Researcher of the Year, a national research award presented by the Architecture Research Centers Consortium (ARCC).
Professors David Lewis, Rachel McCann, and Visiting Assistant Professor Wanda Dye were awarded a Creative Achievement Award, a national teaching award presented by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA).
Professor Michael Berk was invited to be the keynote speaker at the Green Building Expo, an international conference dedicated to green building.
Professor Michael Berk was awarded an Eco-Literacy in Architecture Education Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Professor Michael Berk was awarded a FEMA Alternative Housing Pilot Program Award for his GreenMobile project.
The MSU Student chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIAS) received the Student Chapter of the Year Award and the Freedom by Design Award.
Graduating senior Catherine McNeel was elected to the position of AIAS National Vice President for 2006-07. See related story.
Student Jeff Seabold receives 2001 Haskell Award for student architectural journalism.
Honor Award from Mississippi Chapter of AIA.
Research Award from National AIA Student Association.
Associate Professor John Poros received a Research Award from National AIA Student Association.
Associate Professor John Poros received one of two Honor Awards from the Mississippi Chapter of the AIA.
Received one of seven Award Citations from National AIA President.
Architecture Magazine - Annual National Research/Design Award.
Barrons Best Buys - Barrons is the countrys most well-known ratings publication for colleges and universities.
The highly rated School of Architecture
For undergraduates considering majors in engineering, architecture, forestry, agriculture, and pre-veterinary medicine, Peoples College, Starkville, Mississippi may be just the right address.
Shannon Criss, Associate Professor receives the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) Teacher of the Year Award.
Architectural Record - May, 1997
The most widely read architectural journal in the world. Article says that A few schools such as Mississippi State University, Texas A&M University, the University of Southern California, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and M.I.T. have advanced the frontiers of [computer] visualization technology, and have moved aggressively to incorporate computers into design education.
Building Community: A New Future for Architectural Education and Practice (The Carnegie Foundation, 1996) A study of architectural education commissioned by the AIA, ACSA, NAAB, and NCARB MSU is cited here more than any other school of architecture in the country. Among its observations about S/ARC: "This school is continuing to build and strengthen its reputation nationally.
Mississippi State, a national leader in high-tech design.The key to the Mississippi State program is its exploration of the computer's potential as an integrative tool in the design process. At Mississippi State, a leader in planning for towns and small cities, students fan out to communities around Starkville to sketch buildings and analyze their details.
David Lewis, Assistant Professor receives the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) Teacher of the Year Award.
Newsweek - April, 1986
In an article entitled The Grand Designers, this well-known news magazine celebrates the School's combining of design assignments, architectural history courses, and field trips with a standard liberal arts education.
Architecture - August, 1984
The journal of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Article surveys the work in schools of architecture at Harvard, Cooper Union, the Illinois Institute of Technology, Mississippi State University, and Princeton. It observes that the School of Architecture at MSU has wrested a dynamic energy from the states untapped natural resources.