The event brings together alumni from architecture, urban planning and real estate development, to discuss different forms of practice that they are engaging in. The speakers have all graduated from one of the programs offered at the School of Architecture and Planning in the past 10 years, and each has taken a distinctive path since. The symposium offers current students and other members of the School and community an opportunity to consider modes of practice within the realms of architecture and planning and at the intersection with other disciplines. Individual presentations by each of the speakers will be followed by a general Q+A session as well as smaller group conversations directed by current students.
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is not required. There are three (3) AIA learning units available for those who attend.