College of Design
Construction & Planning
Sept. 8, 2008
DCP News online
This year, DCP News moves online. Instead of receiving a printed
newsletter six times a year, you will receive an electronic
newsletter every other Friday, starting Oct. 10.
This change gives us the opportunity to share your news with the
college more often. In addition, we will be able to expand our
reach, as we research other key constituents of the college who
want to hear from us on a regular basis.
Moving online supports our college's mission regarding
sustainability. But it also has the added benefit of costing less.
We hope you enjoy the new version of the newsletter. You will see
one more issue this month, as we focus on the UF Community
Campaign. But the DCP News content that you are used to seeing
in print will begin with the Oct. 10 issue.
Look for it in your e-mail inbox and enjoy!
Submit to DCP News
The DCP News is a submission-based newsletter. While we run
feature articles, the newsletter mostly is comprised of submissions
from you. In addition to running in the DCP News, your news
submissions might lead to other coverage, maybe on the college's
Web site or even in our annual alumni magazine, Perspective.
We want to hear from you! Items to submit include upcoming
events, research projects, grants, awards, publications, student
projects, community service projects, etc.
Please contact us with your news and announcements:
Julie Frey, Managing Editor
352-392-4836, ext. 221
Kaitlin O'Farrill, Editor
Check out the college's
new blog, Columns.
The blog will be another
avenue to share
information about our
student projects and
We are in the beginning
stages, so please let us
know what you think.
352-392-4836, ext. 324
SOA Lecture Series Begins
The School of Architecture Fall 2008 Lecture Series kicks off
tonight at 6 p.m. at the Harn Museum with Rob Luntz, principal
with Resolution: 4 Architecture. Visit the SOA website for more
Historic Preservation Lecture
The Historic Preservation Fall 2008 Lecture Series will begin on
Sept. 11. The lecture, "I don't like it, don't understand it, it
doesn't look old to me," will be presented by Jeanne Lambin, SCAD
professor. The lecture will be held at 2 p.m. in the Chandler
Auditorium at the Harn Museum.
Hailey Book Reading
Architecture professor Charlie Hailey will discuss his book,
"Campsite: Architectures of Duration and Place," at 8 p.m. on
Sept. 17 at Goerings Book Store, 1717 NW First Avenue,
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