Review Times and Location

Times: 8:00 AM to 6:30 PM
Location: Architecture and Urban Planning Building Commons

8:00 am – Opening Reception
8:45 am – Opening Remarks
9:00 am – Core Studio Review
11:00 am – Thesis Reviews
1:30 pm – Elective Studios and Seminars Reviews
4:00 pm – Award & Closing Reception

What is SUPERJury

SUPERJury is a daylong review and celebration of the best undergraduate and graduate projects in the school. Projects are nominated for consideration by both students and faculty and are then reviewed by 3 critics from across the country! The goal of SUPERJury is to foster self-reection and stimulate a conversation about the state of architecture within the school and relationship to contemporary issues in practice.


Tricia Stuth, Lori Brown, and Ellie Abrons


Ellie Abrons

Ellie Abrons
Ellie Abrons is a licensed architect, Principal of T+E+A+M, and Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, where she was the A. Alfred Taubman Fellow in 2009 – 2010. Ellie received her Masters of Architecture from the University of California Los Angeles where she graduated with distinction and received the AIA Certicate of Merit. She received her BA in art history and gender studies from New York University and has a certicate in graphic and digital design from Parsons School of Design. Ellie has received residency fellowships at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany and The MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire. Her work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, Storefront for Art and Architecture, A+D Gallery, and the Architectural Association. T+E+A+M were the winners of the 2017 Adrian Smith Prize for the Ragdale Ring and are participants in the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial. From 2010 to 2015, Ellie led the design practice EADO.

Lori Brown

Lori Brown
Lori Brown has been teaching at the Syracuse University School of Architecture since 2001. Prior to teaching, Brown was working as an architect in New York City for several award-winning rms. Her work emerges from the belief that architecture can participate in and impact people’s everyday lives. At the intersections of architecture, art, geography, and women’s studies, her work exists within both the more traditional realm of architecture (through competition proposals and individual practice) and outside the traditional realm in our broader environments where architecture may not be immediately legible (social, political and institutional arenas where architects are not typically present). She has been awarded artist residencies at Macdowell, Jentel and Caldera and her work has been exhibited widely. She is a registered architect in the state of New York, a member of the American Institute of Architects and the American Association of University Women.

Tricia Stuth

Tricia Stuth
Tricia Stuth, FAIA is an associate professor at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design, a Co-Founder and Partner in the rm curb, and a Co-Founder and Principal in the architectural collaborative Applied Research. Ms. Stuth’s focus on the role of context in design underpins her work in each of these positions. Her dedication to understanding design as intricately inuenced by culture and technology, politics and place have allowed her to make signicant contributions to the eld, including several articles published in the Journal of Architectural Education (JAE). She holds BS and MArch degrees from the UW – Milwaukee and practiced with the Miller|Hull Partnership, Kieran Timberlake Associates and Ellis-Miller Architects. While with these rms, she was a designer on numerousprojects including the Island Residence on Bainbridge Island, WA; Sidwell Friends Middle School in Washington DC, AIA COTE Top Ten Green Award winner; the Cambridge Federation of Women’s Institutes, UK RIBA nalist for the Sterling Prize. In 2010, the AIA recognized Ms. Stuth with the Young Architects Award, and the work of her rm curb is recognized by the AIA and RIBA and is exhibited and published nationally and internationally.

Complete Schedule

Undergraduate Core Studio Project Reviews
9:00-9:10 am Arch 310:
9:10-9:20 am Arch 320:
9:20-9:30am Arch 410:
9:30-9:40am Arch 410:
9:40-9:50 am Arch 420:
9:50-10:00 am Arch 420:

Graduate Core Studio Project Reviews
10:10-10:20 am Arch 810:
10:20-10:30 am Arch 820:
10:30-10:40 am Arch 825:
10:40-10:50 am Arch 825:

Thesis Project Reviews
11:05 – 11:25am Thesis:
11:25 – 11:45 am Thesis:
11:45-12:05 pm Thesis:
12:05-12:25 pm Thesis:

Elective Studio/seminar Reviews (PTI)
1:20-1:35 pm Arch 650/850:
1:35-1:50 pm Arch 650/850:
1:50-2:05 pm Arch 650/850:
2:05-2:20 pm Arch 650/850:
2:30-2:45 pm Arch 282:
2:45-3:00 pm Arch 283:
3:00-3:15 pm Arch XXX:

Elective Studio/seminar Reviews (PTII)
3:40-3:55 pm Arch 650/850:
3:55-4:10 pm Arch 650/850:
4:10-4:25 pm Arch 650/850:

Awards Announcved & closing remarks
5:00-5:30 pm AIAS, Faculty, Jurors!!

This event is cosponsored with the American Institute of Architecture Students at UWM.

For more information contact Architecture Chair Karl Wallick.