Undergraduate Design Symposium

Climate Displacement

Symposium

The School of Architecture Design Symposium 2017 is a case study based analysis and discussion on the effects that global climate is having on coastal communities trying to preserve place as communities move to a new space.Through interdisciplinary lectures, break-out sessions and workshops, students will collaboratively learn about the history and effects of displacement of communities in the United States, current community movements and how to use design across disciplines to create social change.

    PLANNING COMMITTEE:
  • Nathan Leonard (Year 3), Architecture Student Government President/li>
  • Carly Bowman (Year 5), Alpha Rho Chi Representative/li>
  • Jill Thompson (Year 5), Tau Sigma Delta Representative /li>
  • Bryan Bradshaw (Graduate Student), NOMAS Representative/li>
  • Erica Perine (Year 3), American Institute of Architecture Students Representative/li>
  • Kelsey Willis (Year 3), The Charette Representative /li>
  • Chesley McCarty (Year 5), Undergraduate Student Government Representative /li>
  • Kristen Hill (Year 5), Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking Representative

Initiative: 
Architects Week
Tags: 
Prospective Students, Current Students
Program: 
Architecture, M.ARCH - Undergraduate
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