Entries by Amanda Gann

Northeastern University Researchers Awarded the 2017 Latrobe Prize

(via Architect Magazine) Today the AIA College of Fellows announced the winner of its 2017 Latrobe Prize as Northeastern University’s School of Architecture and Resilient Cities Laboratory for their work on the future adaptability and use of existing structures. The researchers include Peter Wiederspahn, AIA, associate professor of architecture, and principal of Somerville, Mass–based Wiederspahn […]

2017 Architecture Summer Programs

(Via http://archcareers.blogspot.com) Follow @DocArchitecture Are you interested in studying architecture? Looking for a summer program to prepare you for school? Listed below are over 100 unique programs from all across the nation. Find the summer program that is right for you. ALABAMA Auburn Auburn University: Architecture Camp/Design Workshop June 18 – 23; July 9 – 14, 2017 […]

What Are You Doing This Summer? Get a Jump on Becoming an Architect!

This article was written by Lee W. Waldrep, Ph.D. aka Dr. Architecture of Illinois School of Architecture at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and author of Becoming an Architect. 2017 Summer Programs in Architecture Do you want to study architecture? Are you ready to start your journey to becoming an architect? If so, you should look into attending one of the over 100 […]

Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program

Interested in learning more about the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program, join IIE for their upcoming webinar, “The Fine Arts: Discipline-Specific and Interdisciplinary Award Opportunities” on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT. This presentation will provide a brief program overview and highlight awards in the Fine Arts. In addition to this presentation, […]

UC Berkley's Summer [In]stitute Steps Up Its Digital Fabrication Game

[IN]ARCH ADV SUMMER PROGRAM STEPS UP ITS DIGITAL FABRICATION GAME What could earthwork art, Native American architecture, Italian Futurism and Orson Welles possibly have to say to a Zund? [IN]ARCH ADV Academic Lead Keith Plymale has designed a curriculum that introduces those seemingly disparate elements and lets them talk to each other. The resulting conversation is riveting: […]

Norwich University to Host International Design-Build Symposium

(via VT Digger) NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art presents the final installment in its 2016-17 Lecture Series, a Design-Build Symposium, on Friday, April 14, at 3 p.m. in the Chaplin Hall Gallery. This event is free and open to the public. A roundtable discussion preceded by brief individual presentations, this […]

U. Buffalo Hosts Events on Global Health Equity

(via UB Now) Global health equity will be the focus of a series of events UB is hosting this spring. Events range from a talk addressing malnutrition among children in developing countries, to hosting leaders from across the Western Hemisphere for the biennial meeting of the Interamerican Network for Healthy Habitats. In addition, UB will […]

Fulbright Scholar Assists with Vietnam Public Housing Design

For those who may not know a whole lot about Fulbright, here is a snapshot. Fulbright Scholarships are an application-based research award that provides monetary support for a scholar to participate in an allotted time of full-time research in the area of their choice. Learn more on their website. Here is a story about a […]

Woodbury Finalist for Hyperloop One Global Challenge Competition

(via The Architect’s Newspaper) A proposal by a group of Woodbury University School of Architecture–affiliated architects has been named among one of the 35 semi-finalists for the Hyperloop One Global Challenge competition aimed at generating pilot projects to deploy the next-generation transportation technology. According to the Hyperloop One website, competition organizers were seeking to teams […]

Disney Imagineering to Coolhaus Ice Cream: Natasha Case

(via LA Times) The gig: Natasha Case, 33, runs ice cream sandwich company Coolhaus, which she founded with partner Freya Estreller in 2009. The duo’s whimsical, architecture-inspired creations are available in grocery stores — in packaged form — and in bricks-and-mortar Coolhaus stores in Culver City and Pasadena, where customers can pick the cookie and […]