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The Fall 2014 Issue of Public Design + Humanity calls attention to TSA alumni and faculty as contributors

December 05, 2014

"9 Women Who Are Rocking the Public Interest Design" an article that was published by Architizer and features Adjunct Lecturer Emilie Taylor, TSA '06 as well as past SISE faculty member Liz Ogbu, was again highlighted in Public D+H. 

We are thrilled to see familiar practitioners here on PublicInterestDesign.org." Along with the publicity, we hope the range of design initiatives and array of practice methods inspire more designers - men and women - to explore outside the bounds of tradition architecture and design practice:

"Women are an inspiring presence in this sector of design and, in another trend that contrasts tradition, they are being recognized for it. There are many women (and men!) who put in the sweat and lack of sleep to establish the field, but here we will highlight nine of the next young guns.”

Also in this issue, Garrett Jacobs, TSA '11, publishes Fourm Design Studio - Fueled by a passion for peace, a small firm tackles incarceration with design

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