Students line up for Singapore Experience
UC students are eager to participate in the new Singapore Experience, a 12-credit-hour internship beginning spring semester. Open to all undergrads and all majors, the program is funded by a $100,000 grant from the Freeman Foundation, which supports partnerships and relationship-building between the U.S. and East Asia. The Singapore Experience is UC's first international academic internship and is a tremendous real-world opportunity with potentially valuable career networking connections.
Read more about UC's Singapore Experience.
Campus Transformers share architectural thinking
UC's campus transformation has won broad acclaim over the last two decades. Many of the architects responsible are returning to UC for "Surface Conversations," a 2-day symposium Oct. 25-26 hosted by the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Presentations, workshops and panel discussions will focus on the impact of architectural trends, landscapes, planning, urbanism, technology, design theory and philosophy.
Read more and register to attend the symposium.