Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning has an extensive program of events, lectures, exhibitions, as well as conferences and symposium. These events aim to create a setting for students, faculty, and the local public to see and hear about the work of award-winning designers, to discuss and understand building and planning for the environment, and to advocate social and environmental justice. The series includes the Raoul Wallenberg Lecture, the John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture, the Guido A. Binda Lecture and Exhibit, and the Charles and Ray Eames Lecture.
Our news focuses on keeping our internal and external communities informed of the positive impact our students, faculty, alumni, and staff are making in the world of architecture, urban planning, and beyond.
Taubman College is ranked among the country’s top 10 urban and regional planning graduate programs, and No. 1 in the Midwest, according to Planetizen’s Guide to Graduate Education Programs.