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Jonathan Barnett To Address Adapting to Climate Change at High Noon, Feb. 8

Join Jonathan Barnett for a special Monday edition of our High Noon lecture series. An urban designer, author, and Professor of Practice, Department of City and Regional Planning, University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture and o-author of EcoDesign for Cities and Suburbs, Barnett will speak on adapting to climate change and limiting global warming.

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Talk Yacht Architecture with Luiz de Basto Monday, February 8

Learn what a yacht designer does professionally, as well as the similarities and differences to architecture. Luiz Debasto, of Debasto Designs, will explain the yacht design process and show examples of his work, on yachts ranging from 40 feet to 600 feet in length!

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Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos to Talk Computer-aided Structural Engineering At High Noon Feb. 10

UM College of Engineering professor Landolf Rhode-Barbarigos will lecture on computer-aided Structural Engineering at the High Noon lecture on Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 12:15 p.m.

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UM Real Estate Impact Conference to Highlight Technology, Retail and South Florida Market Dynamics

The nation’s top minds in real estate will gather at the UM Real Estate Impact conference, February 11. The invite-only conference has become one of the national real estate sector’s most anticipated events of the year. Speakers include Blackstone’s Jon Gray, Federal Realty’s Don Wood, and The Witkoff Group’s Steve Witkoff. Dean Rodolphe el-Khoury will moderate a panel on Smart Cities: Technological Change in Real Estate.

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Graduate Student Paper Accepted by Taiwan Conference on Urban Heritage

Wei Liu, who won the 2015 Gina Tirinnanzi, AICP, Memorial Scholarship from the American Planning Association’s New Urbanism Division, has now had a paper accepted for presentation at Inheriting the City: Advancing Understandings of Urban Heritage, a conference presented by the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, in Taipei City, Taiwan, in March.

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Cure and Penabad to Present Paper on Mapping Informal Cities at ACSA Conference

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and the 10th Annual Meeting Conference co-chairs, Robert Corser and Sharon Haar, accepted the paper, “Cross Media Imaging of Latin American Informal Cities,” by Adib Cure and Carie Penabad, for presentation in the “Urban Knowledge in Architecture Education,” paper session to be held March 17-19 in Seattle, Washington.

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Fall Final Reviews Were a Success!

Final Reviews started on December 2 and went through the 12th. Projects covered a fascinating range of topics and and ideas. Awards were given out at every level - click for the full list of winners and samples of their work.

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