WE STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE, DIVERSITY, COMMUNITY & UNITY
MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN
As the Dean of CAPPA, I am deeply committed to diversifying the design profession by recruiting more minority faculty, providing additional support as needed for our minority students, diversifying the curriculum, celebrating research by our minority faculty and encouraging research that engages with disadvantaged communities. Albeit, these are small steps in the context of a much larger challenge, but the hope is they will eventually help turn the needle.
PODCAST HOSTED BY DIANE ALLEN
"UnderColor" a dialogue with CAPPA faculty working in the African American Community
This series of podcasts features UTA College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs Faculty working within African American Communities. The conversations revolve around their work in these communities, including methods, strategies, applications, and outcomes of undertaking this work. Diane interview Faculty on the positioning of their work within the fields of architecture, planning and landscape architecture, and the impact on the communities involved will also be explored in this upcoming podcast.