Catherine Ross, Director of the Center for Quality Growth
and Regional Development, on Atlanta Mayor’s Transition Team
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Two teams made up of Georgia Tech students from the Schools of Architecture, Building Construction, and City and Regional Planning have been announced as finalists in the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hines Student Competition.
Senior Lecturer Richard Dagenhart was given the PEDS’ Golden Shoe award for the course he developed on “Good Urbanism 101” with the Georgia Conservancy.
Professor Catherine Ross joins a diverse group of city leaders on the transition team of the new Atlanta mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms.
George Stiny, Professor of Design and Computation at MIT, will present Design As Art and Use: "To See Things As In Themselves They Really Are Not"
Portman Visiting Critic Lecturer, Billie Faircloth, will present Crafting Impact
The Opening Reception for Billie Faircloth's Portman Studio Critic exhibition will follow Billie Faircloth's lecture "Crafting Impact"
Urban built form plays a crucial role in energy consumption, hence planning energy-efficient cities requires thoughtful design at multiple scales -- from buildings, to neighborhoods, to cities.
2018 Career Fair for the Schools of Architecture, City and Regional Planning and Public Policy
Brian Bell and David Yocum will present their lecture, New & Improved!
School of Architecture Lecture Series: Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi, Design Atlanta Lecture in Collaboration with MODA
Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi will present their lecture Drifting Symmetries