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ARCH 40312 — Social Factors & Sustainability

This course examines the effects of the built environment on health and well-being.

Overview of Architecture

The Architecture Library is a branch of the Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame and is located within the Matthew and Joyce Walsh Family Hall of Architecture. The library is comprised of over 36,000 volumes and hundreds of periodicals on the built and planned environment. Collection strengths include classical & traditional architectureAmerican architectureItalian architectureLatin American architectureNew Urbanismsustainable design & planning, and urban planning. The Architecture Library supports the research and instructional needs of the School of Architecture's NAAB-accredited programs including the five-year undergraduate program and its two- and three-year Master of Architecture and Master of Architectural Design and Urbanism programs. 

People in the Architecture Library

Jennifer Parker, Architecture Librarian

  • Purchase Requests
  • Research Assistance
  • Access to Rare Book Collection

Morgan Wilson, Architecture Library Specialist

  • Collection Help
  • Circulation Assistance

Adam Heet, Digital Projects Specialist

  • 3D Makerspace
  • 3D Modeling
  • Digital Initiatives