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2002-03 Lectures

Past Lectures

  • Alexander Garvin, Vice President for Planning, Design, and Development
    Lower Manhattan Development Corp.
    New York City
    Adjunct Professor of Planning and Management, Yale School of Architecture

    Saturday · 5 April 2003
    Shaftman Performance Hall, Jefferson Center, Roanoke
    Lecture sponsored by the Blue Ridge Chapter of the AIA, Downtown Roanoke, Inc., CAUS, and the Dept. of Architecture

  • Peter Leigh, Economist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Washington, DC

    Thursday · 3 April 2003
    Cowgill Hall, Room 100
    Annual CAUS Bruce Scott Ethics Initiative Lecture

  • Christina McPhee, New Media Artist

    “Naxsmash”

    Tuesday · 11 March 2003
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • John McRae, Vice President, Director of Education and Training, RTKL Associates, Inc.

    “Continuity: Education and Practice”

    Friday · 25 October 2002
    Torgerson Hall, Room 3100
    Annual CAUS Advancement Committee Lecture

  • Ali Tayar, Industrial Designer, Architect, Principal architect at Parallel Design Partnership, New York

    “Materials and Structure”

    Thursday · 26 September 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Jared Della Valle, Principal Architect at Della Valle + Bernheimer Design, New York

    “Material Means”

    Thursday · 19 September 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Karl Jensen, Artist, Architect, Principal architect at Portchmouth Russun, London

    “Materials only - the connections of things and materials”

    Thursday · 12 September 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Peter Waldman, Professor of Architecture, University of Virginia

    “Parcel X: Spatial Tales of Origin”

    Tuesday · 10 September 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

  • Leslie van Duzer, Architect, Associate Professor, Arizona State University, Washington University St. Louis

    “Notes on Almost Nothing: Mies van der Rohe’s Haus Lange and Haus Ester”

    Thursday · 5 September 2002
    Hancock Hall, Room 100

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