University of Idaho Architecture Students Named Top 50 in North America Class of 2021
June 15, 2021
MOSCOW, Idaho — June 15, 2021 —Two students from the University of Idaho’s College of Art and Architecture were named among the top 50 interior design and top 50 architecture students graduating this year in North America.
Nguyet Huynh and Ruina Du, both architecture graduates, were selected for the inaugural Metropolis Future 100 by Metropolis Magazine.
Nominated by their instructors and mentors, the students represent some of the best architecture and interior design schools in the United States and Canada. They are a diverse group who advocate for openness, equity and inclusion through their work and extracurriculars, according to the magazine.
Huynh and Du were nominated by their mentor, Distinguished Professor of Architecture Bruce Haglund.
“For Nguyet and Ruina to be named in the inaugural Metropolis Future 100 is a tremendous honor,” said Shauna Corry, dean of the College of Art and Architecture. “They are both strong students who excel. We know we can expect incredible work from them both as they embark on their professional careers as architects.”
Learn more about the Metropolis Future 100 at info.metropolismag.com/future100.
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