SARUP associate professor of architecture, studio:indigenous founder and BSAS alum Chris T. Cornelius is the subject of two recent magazine profiles: Milwaukee Magazine (10.14) and Metropolis Magazine (10.2). Milwaukee Magazine traces his journey from drafting classes in Green Bay to recent design awards for installations in Columbus, Indiana and Sheboygan, Wisconsin, plus his 2019 Mary L. Nohl Fellowship for established artists. Metropolis interviewed Cornelius, a citizen of the Oneida Nation, in recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day. His interview with the magazine’s Akiva Blander touched on “(de)colonization in the practice, education and experience of architecture.” Hear about Cornelius’ work in his own words in this recent video profile of Trickster, a project for which he won a Best of Design Award from The Architects Newspaper.