Nationally renowned artists, architects, designers, and scholars will discuss their work as part of the Sam Fox School's fall public events. Programs continue September 26 with MacArthur "Genius" Fellow Walter J. Hood, landscape designer for the International African American Museum.

Fox Fridays are back for fall 2020, starting September 25! The theme for this year's workshop series is "Nimbleness." Learn more about this semester's offerings, which will largely reside online.

Five buildings on the Danforth Campus—including Weil Hall—just achieved LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. It’s the council’s highest green building certification and an indication of the University’s deep commitment to campus sustainability.

John Whitaker (MLA21) receives an Award of Excellence in the 2020 National ASLA Student Awards...Kahlil Robert Irving (MFA17), professor Tim Portlock, and Rachel Youn (BFA17) are featured in the Great Rivers Biennial...associate professor Aggie Toppins discusses her reserarch on graphic design historiography...and more!

Learn more about Washington University's plans for the start of the next academic year, which begins in August and September, as well as plans and protocols specific to the Sam Fox School's community spaces and needs.