The symposium brought together architects and scholars, many of them former students and colleagues of Tom's, to discuss themes of importance to him in areas where he made significant contributions to the discipline. The event was higlighted with a keynote lecture by Michael Graves, FAIA, FAAR. The event closed with a dinner to raise funds for the Thomas L. Schumacher Scholarship, supporting architecture students traveling to Italy for study in University of Maryland programs.
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