About Hammons School of Architecture
The demands placed on today’s architects require training beyond the limits of a strictly professional curriculum. Drury graduates are well prepared to meet these challenges with an education that is not only professionally rigorous and technically sound, but also broadened and enriched by the foundation of a top-caliber liberal-arts curriculum. Our graduates think critically and creatively, communicate clearly and effectively, and empathize with their clients and the communities they represent. Read more about the Drury Architecture Difference.
Design Expo and Career Fair 2017
Drury’s chapter of the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts is proud to welcome firms to the 2017 Design Expo and Career Fair, Friday, March 3rd. Representatives from firms will be on hand to talk to students, view student work and portfolios, and discuss openings for summer internships and full-time positions.
“Life Interrupted” explores history of WWII camps through dance & art
Xenophobia and perseverance. Isolation and equality.
Fear. Hope. Humanity.
Those are a few of the themes that will be explored through a rich mixture of panel discussions, an interactive art installation, and a dance performance as Drury University hosts the “Life Interrupted” program on campus and at the Drury on C-Street Gallery in early February.
Architecture Students Help Envision Future of Kitchen Inc. Campus
The Hammons School of Architecture's Center for Community Studies (CCS) is leading an effort that could help define the future of 3.5 acres of land currently owned by The Kitchen, Inc. on Springfield's Commercial Street. Students and faculty from the CCS recently led a design charrette to help stakeholders envision conceptual ideas for the renewal of the site.
Drury Students Finalists in Solar Decathlon Competition
Drury’s first-ever Solar Decathlon team–a collaboration involving Crowder College and over 100 students from multiple Drury departments--has returned from California following a very successful competition. Out of 140 teams that applied, and 20 that were accepted, the Drury Crowder team finished 8th in the overall rankings, and took second place in the commuting competition.
HSA faculty conduct research engaging broad issues associated with technology, architectural and urban theory and history, disaster resilience, energy efficiency, street art, social justice, and urban studies.