Professor Emeritus of Architecture Henry Sanoff was invited to lecture on School Design at Drexel University in Philadelphia on October 29.
Sanoff’s book, “Democratic Design: Participation Case Studies in Urban and Small Town Environments” was published by VDM.
Architecture Teaching Fellow Katrina Stoll’s book and project from the Venice Biennale was noted in the November 2010 issue of Wallpaper magazine.
Associate Professor of Architecture Wendy Redfield presented a paper titled “Hybridized Urbanity: Making the Case for Semi-Urban Settlement” at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Northeast Fall Conference titled Urban/Suburban Identity. The conference took place October 8-10, 2010 at the University of Hartford in Hartford, Connecticutt.
Professor Redfield presented the paper “Expanding the Architect’s Scope: Teaching Students the Complexity of Contemporary Urban Sites” at the 48th International Making Cities Livable Conference on True Urbanism: Planning Healthy, and Child-Friendly Communities in Charleston, SC, October 17-21, 2010.
Associate Professor of Industrial Design Percy Hooper presented the theme, “Designing the Innovators Academy for 6th graders” at the North Carolina Art Education Association (NCAEA) Professional Development Conference in New Bern, NC on October 22, 2010. The presentation documented the organization of a program that arms middle school students with professional industrial design thinking processes and strategies.
Professor Hooper also gave a presentation at Riverside High School on industrial design as a profession, as part of Project Lead the Way, Durham Public Schools on September 24, 2010.
Graphic Design’s Katherine Meaney publishes article in the Design Observer titled, “The Library: A Museum”. To read the article visit: http://bit.ly/aFVBtg
ACSA100 My Story video of Dean Marvin Malecha, FAIA. Watch what inspired the Dean to pursue Architecture. http://bit.ly/bCiCFq