UW News

March 11, 2020

An architecture class goes online

UW News

After the University of Washington announced that it would cancel in-person classes due to coronavirus concerns, faculty and students on Monday took the learning online for the remainder of the quarter. From lectures to group projects to final exams, the university community is adapting to the remote approach.

Here, Rick Mohler, associate professor of architecture, meets with his Research Design Studio students group by group, as they discuss how they have re-imagined six Seattle neighborhoods. Normally a hands-on class with poster-size drawings and tabletop scale models, Mohler’s design studio has shifted to the small screen.

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