The School of Architecture sees its mission as preparing students for the lifelong critical engagement in the arts and science of architecture. Our academic community believes that knowing how to build is a matter of science and technology but knowing what to build is a question of morality, ethics, and aesthetic responsibility. To this end, we strive to empower our students to assume leadership roles in the synthesis of human activity, place, materials, systems, theories and methods from critical, responsible, and mature perspectives.

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  • Investigating Neighborhood Character in the Northeast Neighborhood of Bozeman, MT 

    Cowan, Susanne; Church, Sarah; Radulski, Brennan; Dalvit, Ryen; Giddings, Kip; Rosenthal, Jack; Peoria, Joe (Montana State University School of Architecture, 2022-09)
    This study examines the changes occurring in the built environment and in the social character of the Northeast neighborhood of Bozeman. This project was initiated at the request of the Northeast Neighborhood Association ...
  • Assessing Housing Retrofits in Historic Districts in Havre Montana 

    Mukhopadhyay, Jaya; Ore, Janet; Amende, Kevin (2019-11)
    This paper explores the impact of retrofitting single-family residential buildings in historic districts with energy efficiency measures that are compliant with the 2012 version of the International Energy Conservation ...

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