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Deans' Equity and Inclusion Initiative - 2021-2022
National partnership launches to increase faculty diversity in architectural, planning and design studies
Nine leading U.S. schools and colleges of architecture, planning and design have co-founded the Deans’ Equity and Inclusion Initiative to work together to nurture a diverse population of emerging scholars focused on teaching and researching the built environment to advance socioecological and spatial justice, equity and inclusion.
[IMAGE] The Ultimate Guide to Colorado’s Summer Festivals - 6-05-2021
It seems much longer than two years ago that I spent a summer listening to live music under the stars, sharing stories around a campfire with strangers, browsing artists’ wares at a park, and sampling fresh honey and deep-fried something at the state fair.
We’ve been through a lot in this pandemic. I’m eager to enjoy all our state has to offer — in the company of loved ones. I know you are, too. Here’s a sampling of some favorite gatherings planned for summer.
From Start to Finish, A Brush with Greatness - 05-29-2018
Most of us cringe. That is, when we’re asked to sketch any semblance of a person or a face. Even in the simplest of board games, the challenge of drawing can cause sheer terror. Landscape designer Letora Anderson is not one of those people.
A talented painter in her spare time, she said she received little formal training for her brushwork. Yet her hobby was fortified during third grade when she won an art contest for a portrait she painted.
Unique Experiences for All - 2021
With Alum Letora Anderson ’21G (MCD)
“Within this coming year, I hope to incorporate my experience in planning and landscape architecture as it pertains to community development. I look forward to learning more about the unique experiences of all in our diverse group of cohorts and professors!”
~(MCD) Alum Letora Anderson — Royse City, TX
America Walks Announces Class of 2018 Walking College Fellows
America Walks, a national advocacy organization that promotes walking and walkable communities, today announced the names of the local advocates who will receive Fellowships to participate in this year’s Walking College training program.
The 2018 class of the Walking College represents 16 different states as well as the District of Columbia and Ontario Canada for a total of 26 different municipalities…