The School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation invites their Alumni to submit work to the MAPP 50th Anniversary Exhibition –a curated show highlighting the past, present and future of the School.
Submissions are due January 15, 2018 (an extension will be provided for those having problems with their submissions).
The Jackson Magnolia, a collossal, 200-year-old tree that has been a fixture on the White House grounds for 39 presidents, is in trouble. After early reports of its impending removal, a sizable trimming has kept in intact for another day. HISP alum, historian and author of A Garden for the President Jonathan Pliska joined host Ari Shapiro on NPR's All Things Considered to share the tree's storied history and what its future holds. Listen through the link below.
On December 16th, eight MRED students [pictured below] presented their feasibility studies for their capstone projects to a panel of industry judges: Van Anderson, Senior Vice President, Revere Bank; Gerald Joseph, Founder and Principal, Joseph Development Company; John Lin, President and CEO, CapStar Commercial Realty; and Anthony Waddell, Vice President of Real Estate Development, Mid-Atlantic, Preservation of Affordable Housing.
Last month, Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation Jeremy Wells launched a new collaborative endeavor with colleagues at National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan that will further research and practice of environmental planning and conservation. Dr.
The Master of Architecture experience culminates with the thesis review, a written and oral presentation of a site-specific project developed over the student’s final program year. The thesis is a composite of skill, design thinking and interpretation; equally important, the thesis gives each student the freedom to apply their academic knowledge experience to a significant, often personal project that reflects a specific interest or career path.