Category Archives: Awards

End of Year Show 2017

Everyone  is invited to the opening of our end of year show, prize giving, with opening speech, followed by drinks and discussion. Exhibition opening Wednesday 14th June. 6pm Continuing to Friday 23rd June. 1-5pm (Closed Sunday’s) Who might attend? Architect – Careers advisor –

End of Year Show 2017

Everyone  is invited to the opening of our end of year show, prize giving, with opening speech, followed by drinks and discussion. Exhibition opening Wednesday 14th June. 6pm Continuing to Friday 23rd June. 1-5pm (Closed Sunday’s) Who might attend? Architect – Careers advisor –

EPSRC Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF) Award

Low carbon footprint construction for sustainable built environments and future cities Value of Award: £30K 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2016 The workshop was organised by a team from Queen’s University Belfast staff (QUB) working on sustainable construction materials (Dr Selim,

EPSRC Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF) Award

Low carbon footprint construction for sustainable built environments and future cities Value of Award: £30K 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2016 The workshop was organised by a team from Queen’s University Belfast staff (QUB) working on sustainable construction materials (Dr Selim,

RSUA Bronze Medal: Joint winner at Queen’s

Architecture Night was a good night for 2016 Queen’s graduate Holly Dale. Originally from Lancashire, England, Holly was shortlisted along with five others – all of whom were interviewed by the President of the RSUA.  For the first time in living memory

RSUA Bronze Medal: Joint winner at Queen’s

Architecture Night was a good night for 2016 Queen’s graduate Holly Dale. Originally from Lancashire, England, Holly was shortlisted along with five others – all of whom were interviewed by the President of the RSUA.  For the first time in living memory

RSUA Silver Medal 2016 to Queen’s

David Magennis, who graduated with distinction from our MArch (Part 2) in 2016 was recently presented with the RSUA Silver Medal.  Presented each year to the best Part 2 student in Northern Ireland,  the judging process includes a formal interview of six shortlisted candidates. The

RSUA Silver Medal 2016 to Queen’s

David Magennis, who graduated with distinction from our MArch (Part 2) in 2016 was recently presented with the RSUA Silver Medal.  Presented each year to the best Part 2 student in Northern Ireland,  the judging process includes a formal interview of six shortlisted candidates. The

AHRC/ESRC Award Revolt in the Square: Spatial Modelling of Urban Stability (SMUS)

AHRC/ESRC Award Revolt in the Square: Spatial Modelling of Urban Stability (SMUS) New insights and approaches for preventing conflict and violence Value of Award: £100,000 Dr Selim (School of Natural & Built Environment) and Prof Milton-Edwards (School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy

AHRC/ESRC Award Revolt in the Square: Spatial Modelling of Urban Stability (SMUS)

AHRC/ESRC Award Revolt in the Square: Spatial Modelling of Urban Stability (SMUS) New insights and approaches for preventing conflict and violence Value of Award: £100,000 Dr Selim (School of Natural & Built Environment) and Prof Milton-Edwards (School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy

Fellowship Award: The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice

Dr Selim (Architecture) has been awarded a Fellowship at The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice from August 2016. The Institute brings together researchers from fields as diverse as Politics, Public Health, Architecture, Planning and

Fellowship Award: The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice

Dr Selim (Architecture) has been awarded a Fellowship at The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice from August 2016. The Institute brings together researchers from fields as diverse as Politics, Public Health, Architecture, Planning and

QUB 3rd in UK for architecture teaching

Architecture at Queen’s University Belfast has been ranked 3rd in UK for teaching of architecture. Many thanks to all classes of 2016! It is a team effort from all students and staff

QUB 3rd in UK for architecture teaching

Architecture at Queen’s University Belfast has been ranked 3rd in UK for teaching of architecture. Many thanks to all classes of 2016! It is a team effort from all students and staff