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College of Architecture, Planning and Design

Architecture

Student Involvement

Students in K-State Architecture have many opportunities to get involved ranging from student organizations to working on projects serving communities in need.

Emerging Green Builders
AIAS (American Institute of Architecture Students)
ASAB (Architecture Student Advisory Board)
Freedom by Design
Tau Sigma Delta
NOMAS (National Organization of Minority Architecture Students)
DSAC (Dean's Student Advisory Council)
Oz Journal
APDesign Plot Club
APDesign Laser Club
Women In Design

Professional Involvement

The Professional Advisory Board (PAB) is an organization of leaders in the field of architecture representing both alumni and supporters. Primarily, this board serves as a forum for interaction between the design community and the department and provides a network system of support for the Department Head and the department. The PAB meets twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring. 

2016-2017 PAB Members

Craig Schultz (Chair), Laidlaw Schultz Architects

Scott Gales, Architect One, PA

Shawn Gehle, BNIM Los Angeles

Kent Glasscock, Institute for Commercialization

Chris Heinz RA (Chair Elect), Hollis + Miller

Todd Jacobs AIA, Bates & Associates Architects

Jacob Laha AIA, Treanor Architects PA

Bruce McMillan AIA, McMillan Architects

Greg Otto, Walter P. Moore

Matthew Porreca AIA, LEED AP BD + C, BNIM San Diego

Jay Siebenmorgen AIA, LEED AP BD + C, NBBJ

Kelly Edinger Stindt, SFS Architecture

Kurt Thompson, Silver Eagle Construction 

Lana Thorpe Assoc. AIA, Hollis + Miller

Katherine Waldrop Assoc. AIA, Hoefer Wysocki Architecture

Malcolm Watkins AIA, Schaefer Johnson Cox Frey Architecture

Dennis Wilbert, Prosser Wilbert