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Arizona State University's Design School has shared their listening report, which began last July with this question: How do you create a school that is inclusive, collaborative and equitable? More than 200 students, alumni, faculty and leaders engaged in this process to inform their future plans. Download the comprehensive ReDesign Listening Report here
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We are looking for research projects tackling the issue of SOCIAL CHANGE from three lenses of BUILDINGS, MATERIALS, and COMMUNITY !  Projects from academia, practice, business, government, communities and collaborative efforts (of course) are encouraged. Complete details here:   Deadline to submit is SEPTEMBER 26, 2018. Help us pass last year's submittals (87 abstracts) as we work to make AIA's INTERSECTIONS SYMPOSIUM the premiere architectural research  event each year. This competitive, blind, peer-reviewed  process will enable your work to be seen and heard by hundreds.  Submit today!
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We had our largest Intersections Symposium ever with  488 registrants for the three sessions at the AIA Conference on Architecture in NYC. Our co-chairs, Julie Kim , AIA, Ga Tech and John Folan , AIA, Carnegie Mellon, are working on the Proceedings of the symposium, which should be available this fall and will be posted online.  Billie Faircloth, AIA, Kieran Timberlake facilitates a discussion of resilience and design from a technological perspective, using the projects of Cordula Roser-Gray, AIA, Tulane Univ. and Vera Parlac, Univ. of Calgary. The call for 2019 Intersections Symposium in Las Vegas, NV is now open here .  We are thrilled ...
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Peter Eisenman, FAIA, the iconoclastic educator who’s done the most to bring rigorous architectural theory back to the forefront of academia since the early 20th-century Modernist reformation, is the recipient of the 2015 AIA/ACSA Topaz Medallion for Excellence in Architectural Education. Jointly awarded by the AIA and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA), the Topaz Medallion honors an individual who has been intensely involved in architecture education for a decade
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