CAE at AIA Conference on Architecture 2018

Starts:  Jun 20, 2018 6:00 PM (ET)
Ends:  Jun 23, 2018 8:00 PM (ET)

CAE at AIA Conference on Architecture 2018

June 21-23, New York City

EV201 - Opening Night Celebration

June 20, 6-8pm | Cost is $40

Mingle with your peers and connect with AIA Knowledge Communities, the AIA Strategic Council, and the Richard Upjohn and Louise Bethune Fellows at our Opening Night Celebration! 


ET131 - Secondary Education in the City: A Lesson Plan

June 20, 10-3pm | Earn 4 LU/HSW | Cost is $135

Highlights of this tour will include Avenues: The World School (Bonetti/Kozerski with Perkins Eastman Architects), Spence (Kliment Halsband Architects), and Beacon High School (John Ciardullo & Associates). The architects behind these projects will explain how each school's organizational model shaped curricula and spatial programs.


ET142 - Models of Higher Education: Three Universities in Downtown Manhattan 

June 20, 12:30-5pm | Earn 4 LU/HSW | Cost is $125

You'll tour the Sheila Johnson Building (Lyn Rice Architects) and University Center (SOM), both at The New School, and New York University Advanced Research Institutes (renovated by Kliment Halsband Architects). Two are extensive adaptive reuse of existing buildings, while one is an entirely new construction. 

FR210- School Safety: Making Our Schools Softer, Not Harder NEW

June 22, 7:30-9:00am | 1.5 LU/HSW

In the wake of the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, many community members are looking to architects, educators, and administrators to implement the latest "target hardening" security measures. While it is critical that schools be designed to provide for greater access control and increased surveillance, this is simply not enough. Join architects and a District Superintendent as they discuss the role of design to contribute to creating "softer" schools with a focus on connection, transparency, and well-being.

FR314 - AIA CAE Design Awards: Jury Insights

June 22, 8:35-9:45am | Earn 1 LUs 

The CAE Educational Facility Design Awards Program values critical evaluation and experimentation in the context of clients and their needs. In a panel discussion format, this year's jury reflects on the selection process and the awarded projects within the context of trends in educational design. 


ME304 - AIA Committee on Architecture for Education Forum
June 22, 1:30-2:45pm

What are the influential interactions, dynamics, and cultural influences that occur within and around physical learning environments? This national working group examines ways in which the learner, teacher, content, and affordances interact within the context of the built environment. Join us for an interactive introduction to the work of the interdisciplinary AIA Committee on Architecture for Education Research Task Force and find out how you can participate