The University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation is proud to announce its Fall 2009 Lecture Series. This season's lectures represent a wide range of interests within the school, exemplifying our interdisciplinary, exploratory approach to the built environment.
All lectures are free and open to the public. AIA CES credit is available. Unless otherwise noted, lectures are held in the Architecture Building Auditorium. Click here for directions.
Wednesday, October 7, 6:15pm
Johanne Riegels Østergård
Danish Institute for Study Abroad | Program Director
Winding Road: Clarifying Danish Architecture and Design Today
Friay, October 9, 12:00pm
Ruth Adler Schnee
Ruth Adler Schnee Interior and Textile Design
A Passion for Color and Design
Wednesday, October 14, 6:15pm
Thomas R. Fisher, Assoc. AIA
University of Minnesota, College of Design | Professor and Dean
Wearing Two Hats: Writing as a Professor While Working as a Dean
Wednesday, November 4, 6:30pm
Fall 2009 Kea Distinguished Professor Lecture
Steve Ziger, AIA
Ziger/Snead Architects | Partner
Wednesday, November 11, 7:00pm
Samuel J. LeFrak Lecture
Mark Joseph, PhD
Case Western Reserve University, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
Mixed-Income Development: Building Housing or Building Community?
Wednesday, December 2, 6:15pm
Adèle Naudè Santos, FAIA
MIT School of Architecture and Planning | Professor and Dean
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