Spring 2019 Career Fair

Join the Tulane School of Architecture for the Spring 2019 Career Day, a career fair event for current students. Firms and employers are invited to meet with undergraduate and graduate students,... Read more »

Information Session scheduled: Career Day

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Red Beans Roundtable

Historic Preservation can drive reinvestment in neighborhoods, protect architectural heritage, and raise property values...that last part gets tricky. Please join us for a discussion of what roles... 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 »

Career Day Panel Discussion

A panel discussion of representatives offering unique insight into our profession and perspectives on multiple paths to a successful career. Read more »

Tulane School of Architecture Career Day

Please join us for our Spring Career Fair! Meet with local and national professionals whose work spans the spectrum of architectural career paths. List of participating firms coming soon! 9:00am:... Read more »

Bob Berkebile of BNIM Wins $50,000 Hanley Award

Bob Berkebile's upcoming lecture will be held at the Tulane School of Architecture on Monday, September 29 at 6:00pm. This lecture is co-sponsored with USGBC Louisiana as part of their local events...  Read more »

Lecture scheduled: Liz Ogbu

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Kenneth Schwartz, Favrot Professor and Dean of the School of Architecture at Tulane University , will be conducting an undergraduate and graduate information session at Center For Architecture...  Read more »

Andy Byrnes & Chris Gorak

Career Development & Professional Practice invites you to join a lecture presentation and panel dicussion, "Use Your Illusion," presented by Andy Byrnes and Chris Gorak. The lecture presentation... Read more »


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