November 10, 2014 Staff+ Faculty Newsletter: Nov. 10, 2014
Nov 10 | Atlanta Alumni Reception
Nov 10 | Color Refined Exhibit Opening Reception
Nov 11 | Knoxville PechaKucha Featuring Matt Culver and Others
Nov 12 | Women in Design UTK : Boundary + Behavior with Ryann Aoukar
Nov 13 | Lecture: Dorte Mandrup
faculty + staff news
Anton Strainer Bowl Kickstarter Launched by Ryann Aoukar. Submitted by Ryann Aoukar.
“Students Present Ideas for Redesign of Whirlpool Site,” Cleveland Daily Banner.
“Knoxville 2040: Centers and Corridors” presented by Ted Shelton for the AIA East TN Membership Meeting – Tuesday, Nov. 25 at 12:00 p.m. at The Foundry. Submitted by Amy Howard.
“The Role of Urban Design in Water Resource Stewardship,” an exhibit by Brad Collett on view through November at the Downtown Studio. Submitted by Brad Collett.
The Nashville Civic Design Center celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the Plan of Nashville. Submitted by Marleen Davis.
Final Review Schedule. Submitted by Lisa Mullikin.
Printing in the DPC for Final Reviews. Submitted by Jeff Wilkinson.
research + professional development
ARCC Survey of Research Principals. Submitted by Lisa Mullikin. This brief survey is intended to reach the principal individuals working in architectural research. The Architectural Research Centers Consortium endeavors to support those key individuals through the member privileges of our organization, including the Enquiry Journal, ARCC national and international conferences, and multiple awards programs. This particular survey effort will provide ARCC with an outline of their foremost constituents, their ongoing need for information on research activity in architecture, and their mutual opportunities to collaborate.
conferences + grants + competitions
Call for papers: “The Housing Question: Nomad Seminar in Historiography”. Submitted by Lisa Mullikin. University of San Diego is accepting submissions for contributions to the conference, “The Housing Question: Nomad Seminar in Historiography,” to be held March 12-13, 2015.
MOA Architecture: Scholarship Award + Summer Internship Opportunity. Submitted by Lisa Mullikin. Scholarship and learning experience opportunity we hope you can share with your students. MOA offers an annual merit based private scholarship award + paid summer internship (plus paid travel and living expense reimbursement) to students in accredited architectural programs. Total value to the students is typically in excess of $11,000.