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College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs

Lectures and Events

2017-2018


Fall 2017

August 30

Dr. kamel O. Mahadin, asla, ifla

American University of Madaba

5:30 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

Sponsored by Landscape Architecture in CAPPA


September 5 - November 17

50th anniversarY celebrationS

50th Anniversaries logo

Exhibition + Reception to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the School of Architecture and the School of Urban and Public Affairs

Exhibition
September 8 through November 17, 2017
Gallery Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday

Reception for invited guests
Friday, September 8, 2017
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Remarks at 7:00 pm
Light refreshments served

Max W. Sullivan Gallery
CAPPA Building, Room 206


September 6

ed baum, faia

Brooklyn, NY
EMB Architecture, Former Dean UTA School of Architecture

4:00 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204


September 18

CADE MANNING & JESUS ROBLES

DUST, Tucson Arizona
EMB Architecture, Former Dean UTA School of Architecture

2:00 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

RPGA Design Group Endowed Lecture
Co-sponsored with AIA Dallas


September 26

CAMILLA STIVERS, PH.D.

Cleveland State University

6:00 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

Sponsored by Public Affairs in CAPPA


September 27

RACHEL COOPER. PH.D.

Lancaster University

2:30 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

Co-sponsored with Department of Art+Art History at UTA
Co-sponsored with the College of Business and Beta Gamma Sigma


October 6

FLORIAN IDENBURG

SO-IL, NYC

2:00 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

Austin Commercial Endowed Lecture


October 18

MAURICE COX

Planning Director for the City of Detroit

2:00 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

Co-sponsored with Dallas Architecture Forum
Co-sponsored with Planning and Landscape Architecture and Public Affairs in CAPPA via Great Southwest Endowment


October 27

ERSELA KRIPA AND STEPHEN MUELLER

AGENCY
El Paso, TX

4:00 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

Hawkins Visiting Professor Endowed Lecture


November 9

EQUITY IN TRANSPORTATION: EQUAL ACCESS TO OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL

The Center for Transportation Equity, Decisions and Dollars (CTEDD) hosts a panel discussion as part of the CTEDD Fall lecture series. The discussion will be centered on transportation equity and equal access to opportunities in the City of Dallas. 

Panelists:
• Patrick Kennedy, DART
• Theresa O’Donnell, City of Dallas
• Thomas Bamonte, North Central Texas Council of Governments
• Shima Hamidi, CTEDD

5:00-7:00 pm
CAPPA Building, Room 204


November 13

FERNANDO TABUENCA

Tabuenca & Leache Architects
Pamplona, Spain

4:00 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

Booziotis & Co. Endowed Lecture
Co-sponsored with Dallas Architecture Forum


November 15

HYPERLOOP LECTURE

Steven Duong, AICP
AECOM

4:30 pm

CAPPA Building, Room 204

Imagine getting from Dallas to Austin in 15 minutes or Dallas to Houston in 30 minutes, on demand, in an autonomous levitating pod. That’s the promised commute time for a futuristic mode of travel called Hyperloop and a Dallas-led group of architects, economists, engineers, and urban planners with AECOM are working to bring it to the state of Texas. The technology is still in development, but one of the main players in the industry, Los Angeles, California-based Hyperloop One, solicited proposals from around the world to help it decide where and how it will be implemented though an international open competition. Steven Duong, the Design+Planning studio lead for AECOM’s Dallas office, led the AECOM team that was selected as one of the ten global competition winners this past September and has been actively working to make Hyperloop Texas a reality.

Co-sponsored by School of Architecture and Center for Transportation Equity, Decisions and Dollars


November 18

DAVID DILLON SYMPOSIUM PRESENTED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE DALLAS FESTIVAL OF IDEAS

10:00 am-3:30 pm
Zale Library, Paul Quinn College, 3837 Simpson Stuart Road, Dallas

Kathryn Holliday, Director of the David Dillon Center for Texas Architecture at The University of Texas at Arlington, will deliver the opening remarks.

Keynote speaker: Andrea Roberts, Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University and Founder of the Texas Freedom Colonies Project

Panelists include Lecturer in Architecture Dennis Chiessa, Professor of Architecture Don Gatzke, Molly Plummer, graduate student in Landscape Architecture, and Associate Professor in Practice of Architecture Mark Lamster.

More information.


Additional lecture events will be added as new events are confirmed in the coming days. Please check back soon.

All events are free of charge and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Events will take place in the UTA CAPPA Building, Room 204, located at 601 West Nedderman Drive Arlington, Texas 76019, unless otherwise noted.