Help and Hope

As part of the CAPPAcares campaign, we created a Help and Hope gallery. Featuring images and stories by our students, faculty, and staff.

THE SHORTHORN

In CAPPA we are meeting the challenge by leaning on one another to provide support when needed. The Shorthorn writes an article about CAPPACares initiative as an aims to provide support for students during social distancing

MATT GRANT

A student in the Master of Public Administration program has been temporarily reassigned and designated as the Fort Worth Fire Department’s “Exposure/Isolation Officer”. He is at the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.

PHOTO BANK

We may be living through an extraordinarily difficult time, but we are living through it together. We have compiled a photo bank of a few favorites place in CAPPA building, you can save and use these photos as your virtual background.

BuilDFA

With the need to be technologically connected now more than ever, BuilDFA, a CAPPA graduate architecture studio is proud to present to you their partnership with the City of Arlington in bringing the East Innovation Zone Plaza to life.

Imaginative Undertaking

what is your Imaginative Undertaking?

Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. Share with us your creative or imaginative work during this time of physical distancing. 

A video diary by Alexia Luckett, student at College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs 

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In adapting to our new normal, the class has undertaken the project of documenting their lives under quarantine on video…I think, a good learning experience for them as filmmakers, but also therapeutic in helping them to digest this moment because the process of filmmaking requires a modicum of intellectual and emotional perspective.

Mark Lamster

Associate Professor of Practice , College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs

East Innovation Zone Plaza

The City of Arlington has partnered with the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs to create a design for an outdoor community working space with a technology-centered innovation zone.

Graduate architecture studio is working with faculty members: Director of Architecture Brad Bell + Director of Architectural Engineering Michael Zaretzky.

Title of Studio: BuilDFA (Build/Design for All)

Students: Arabel Cutillar, Ben Doyle, Attalla Joudeh, Victoria Hernandez, Ran Hong, Sheyla Marquez, Lydia Martinez, Iran Mejia, Jose Sanchez, Dana Shihabeddin, Belén Vigil, Matt Walker, Casey West, Joyce Williams

Professors: Director of Architecture Brad Bell + Director of Architectural Engineering Michael Zaretzky

Project Brief: With the need to be technologically connected now more than ever, BuilDFA, a CAPPA graduate architecture studio is proud to present to you their partnership with the City of Arlington in bringing the East Innovation Zone Plaza to life.

Please help spread the word to our East Arlington community, they are looking for feedback as we proceed to push for the final design! 

SIDEWALK CHALK ART COMPETITION 💥🌟!!!

**WIN AMAZON GIFTCARD**

Create, Design, Draw, show us what you can do!

Please email a picture of your design to cappa.comm@uta.edu and title the email CAPPA Chalk Competition.

1st place: $200 Amazon gift card

2nd place: $100 Amazon gift card

3rd place: $50 Amazon gift card

Open to all full-time CAPPA students.

Due: Monday, May 11

Decision posted: Wednesday, May 13

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