Recent CABE News


Alumna Temitopeoluwa “Temi” Akanji works to increase housing in Nigeria.


Supported by data and smart technologies, smart cities is an emerging paradigm in the development of urban environments in an attempt to build more efficient, healthier and livable cities. It’s the intersection of the built environment (urban planning, infrastructure, buildings, recreational spaces), population health (public health, environmental issues) and technology. Integrated in buildings and city systems, sensors and controls monitor all aspects of life and are set to transform the urban landscape.


The College of Architecture and the Built Environment’s MS in Construction Management program was recently recognized as being among Great Business Schools’ 2021 best Construction Management Master’s degree programs in the US.


Meet our Student: Alison Eberhardt
Alison is a graduate student studying Historic Preservation.


Meet Our Alumni: Jonathan Bykowski


Sharmaine Belton, a Master of Science Real Estate Development student from the College of Architecture and the Built Environment
Second place winner in the University of Maryland Colvin Institute of Real Estate Development Case Study competition



Park in a Truck Recognized with Green Building United's 2020 Groundbreaker Award