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Student perspective: Preceptorship program

Photo: Wiki Commons/William Warby Tulane School of Architecture student Ethan Shaw is spending a year in New York City interning with Ennead Architects as school’s first preceptorship participant...  Read more »

Student perspective: AIA Large Firm Round Table and Dean’s Forum

Tulane School of Architecture hosted the American Institute of Architects Large Firm Round Table (LFRT) and Dean’s Forum in October. Dean Kenneth Schwartz and fifth-year student Sarah Narrow compiled...  Read more »

All School Meeting

All School Meeting to kick off the Spring 2018 semester. Read more »

Career Day

Firms and interested employers are invited to Tulane School of Architecture's annual Career Day to showcase their work and meet with students. For more information and to register, click here . Read more »

Alan Karchmer

Alan Karchmer has the eye of an architect. With a Master’s degree from Tulane School of Architecture, he brings to his photography an authoritative sense of space, form, texture, light and use. I n... Read more »

2017 Gallery + Auction

The Tulane School of Architecture Student Government invites you to the 2017 Gallery + Auction. Auction items will include donations from students, faculty and local businesses. A gallery of faculty... Read more »

Washington University Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Graduate Program Info Session

Associate Professor Patty Heyda will share information on the range of opportunities the Sam Fox School at Washington University in St. Louis offers to engage the problems of urban design and... Read more »

Student to serve on National Organization of Minority Architects board

Left to right: Bryan Lee (LA-NOMA president), Charlie Hammerberg, Katelin Morgan, Me'osha Solsberry (NOMAS-TU president), Michelle Barrett, Dana Elliot, Kekeli Dawes (NOMAS-TU secretary), Will...  Read more »

Housing analysis looks at affordable options for Tremé

Photo by Ryan Rivet. A neighborhood analysis of housing and health-related issues by Tulane University School of Architecture students and staff at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative...  Read more »

Lecture: The Importance of Historical Preservation in a Post-Disaster Recovery Context: Haiti & Beyond.

Henry Robert Jolibois is a specialist in "Architecture, Construction, Heritage Protection Arts." He is speaking as part of the Haitian Studies Association 2017 Annual Meeting, co-hosted by Tulane... Read more »

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