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Built Environment Symposium: TOMORROW


The Built Environment PhD Program at the University of Washington is hosting their 2nd Annual Symposium on the Built Environment tomorrow morning in Gould Court. This year’s panel topics are focused on integration–come by and check it out!


THIS FRIDAY: BE+ More Symposium

Our year-long planning efforts are almost complete! This Friday morning, the students in the Built Environments PhD Program will be hosting a symposium on interdisciplinarity and the built environment. Please stop by Gould Court anytime between 9 and noon to engage in this series of important conversations about our college and its future. Food and refreshments will be served. See you there!

Participating on each of the three panels will be:

Panel 1: Interdisciplinary Research

Jonathan Childers, BE PhD student
Bob Mugerauer, UDP & BE PhD Program director
Margaret O’Mara, History
Vikram Prakash, Architecture

(moderated by Daniel Coslett, BE PhD student)

Panel 2: Critical Design

Ginger Daniel, MLA student
Brian McLaren, Architecture
Rick Mohler, Architecture
Julie Parrett, Landscape Architecture

(moderated by James Thompson, BE PhD student)

Panel 3: College-wide BE curricula

Chris Campbell, UDP & CEP Program director
Carrie Dossick, Construction Management
Cheryl Gilge, BE PhD student
Ken Oshima, Architecture

(moderated by Jennifer Kim, BE PhD student)