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Four Decades of Hector LaSala’s Student’s Work Displayed in Dean's Gallery

In celebration of Professor LaSala’s 40 years of teaching, mentorship, research, and service, following his recent r

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Professor Kari Smith named Director of the School of Architecture and Design

Professor Kari Smith has been appointed as the Director of the School of Architecture and Design at the University o

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UL SoAD Graduate Student David Allen is the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Overall Outstanding Master’s Graduate

UL SoAD Graduate Architecture Student David Allen has been named the overall Fall 2020 UL Alumni Association Outstan

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An ambitious project spearheaded by UL could land Lafayette’s oldest neighborhood with a long-overdue federal historic district designation. Story by Walter Pierce

Dr. Ray Brassieur and Corey Saft, an associate professor in UL’s School of Architecture and Design, are putting a bow on an ambitious months-long project that documented every structure in Freetown-Port Rico. Eight architecture students and two anthropology students comprised a “field school” over the summer — they also took a class with Brassieur — in what the professors hope will ultimately be the awarding of a federal historic district designation for the area.

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