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UA architecture college honored

Citizen Staff Writer
Our Opinion

Congratulations to the University of Arizona’s College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture for being rated last week among the best in the nation.

Design professionals nationwide selected the UA college as 12th out of more than 120 schools surveyed for DesignIntelligence magazine’s ratings.

Of particular note is the college’s emphasis on energy efficiency in architecture and water conservation in landscape design. College officials are even considering creating a minor studies program in sustainability.

“Sustainability has gone beyond just the design profession; it is now touching almost every major on the campus, everything from business to nursing to agriculture,” notes Jan Cervelli, dean of the college.

That’s good news in the era of global warming. We hope others will adopt the UA college’s cutting-edge focus on conservation and efficiency.

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