CAPLA Lecture Series
Synergies between Research, Practice and Education in Health and the Built Environment: Lecture by Altaf Engineer
In this talk, Assistant Professor of Architecture Altaf Engineer will examine the transformational impact of health-related design research on real-world outcomes, architectural practice and education.
The Past Isn't Past: Historic Preservation in the National Parks: Lecture by Allison Kennedy
Allison Kennedy is a Historical Landscape Architect and Cultural Resources Specialist/Cultural Landscape Inventory (CLI) Coordinator in the National Park Service (NPS) Southwest Regional Office and specializes in cultural landscapes for the NPS in an 8-state region of the west.
Five Architecture Alumni Share Their Post-Graduation Trajectories
This panel discussion brings together five School of Architecture alumni whose post-graduation trajectories, spanning two to ten years, have taken them to work in a diversity of firms (ranging in scale, location and typology); specializations and allied fields, as well as masters’ and doctoral studies.
Ubiquitously Incremental and Pernicious: The Dynamic Role of Parking Supply in Increasing Vehicle Use: Lecture by Kristina M. Currans
In her research, Kristina M. Currans explores the intersection between travel behavior and land development, between transportation planning and engineering.
"Finally Made 40, Still Wearing Jeans": The Current Work of Jones Studio: Lecture by Eddie Jones
Join us for Finally Made 40, Still Wearing Jeans: The Current Work of Jones Studio: Lecture by Eddie Jones, a joint Southern Arizona AIA Virtual Building Tour and School of Architecture Lecture Series event.