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Table Talks: A Local Networking Event and Panel Discussion

  • University at Buffalo, Hayes Hall, Room 403 3435 Main Street Buffalo, NY 14214 United States (map)

With the support of the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning the Senenmut Alumni Association is hosting our annual professional networking event: Table Talks. The theme of this year’s event is “Architecture as a Tool for Community Transformation” and will feature a professional networking session in conjunction with an AIA continuing education credited panel discussion.  The networking portion of the evening is set up career fair style and will feature a series of Tables decked out by our many sponsoring firms. Attendees are encouraged to mingle about and converse with the participants about their ongoing work, including opportunities for employment and partnerships.

The panel discussion will be about the community transformation taking place through the Northland Beltline Redevelopment Project: Northland Central and the Northland Workforce Training Center. Panelists representing the architect, owner, construction manager, and end user will share their experiences throughout the project and their roll in transforming a community. The purpose of this event is to foster relationships within the A&E community between students and industry leaders working locally in the profession. Our goal is to give students a better idea of what opportunities are available to them here in Western New York, and to build up our city and our workforce.  

This event is free and open to the public. There is one (1) AIA learning unit available for those who attend. Online registration is required and may be done by clicking here. A buffet of light refreshments and a cash bar will be available throughout the evening.

For those firms interested in participating as a sponsor, please call Margaret Scaglione at (716) 704-7218 or email at margarets@youngandwright.com

Earlier Event: January 17
2018 Service Awards
Later Event: March 6
Grassroots 2019