Career Explorations in Architecture

Students dive into design with Career Explorations in Architecture

Photo: 2017 Career Explorations in Architecture students on a tour of Grow Dat Youth Farm in City Park. Sketching, model-making, lectures and expert critiques; sounds like an average day at summer...  Read more »

Archinect Features - Deans List: Kenneth Schwartz of Tulane School of Architecture

The Deans List is an interview series with the leaders of architecture schools, worldwide. The series profiles the school’s programming, as defined by the head honcho – giving an invaluable...  Read more »

2015 Tulane School of Architecture Summer Newsletter

Career Explorations in Architecture

Architecture is a discipline and a career that requires professional training. High school students considering career options may have had little opportunity to become acquainted with the unique... Read more »

Registration for Career Exploration is now open!

Architecture is a discipline and a career that requires professional training. High school students considering career options may have had little opportunity to become acquainted with the unique...  Read more »

Career Explorations in Architecture Summer Program

Architecture is a discipline within the liberal arts and a career requiring professional training. High school students considering career options may have had little opportunity to become acquainted...  Read more »

Architecture Billings on the Rise - By Greig O'Brien

Architecture Billings Pick Back Up After a month of contraction, the AIA’s Architecture Billings Index shows growth again in the design and construction industry. In May, the American Institute of...  Read more »

Career Explorations in Architecture

Architecture is a discipline and a career that requires professional training. High school students considering career options may have had little opportunity to become acquainted with the unique... Read more »

Kate Orff

Kate Orff is an Assistant Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, where she teaches graduate design studios and interdisciplinary seminars... Read more »
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