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Everything Water 4.0: The Role of Water in Shaping Our Future 

Lance Jay Brown, Michael Marella and Andrew Whalley speak at the concluding symposium for "Everything Water", a series on understanding the role that water plays in our civilization, and how our interactions with water can be driving forces for defining and redefining our communities, cities, and countries for generations to come.

Crain’s 2017 NYC Summit: Fixing Mass Transit - What Needs to Happen to Get New York Moving Again 

Michael Horodniceanu, Sam Schwartz and Tom Wright explain the current state of the MTA and what needs to get done in order to get New York moving again.

Caples Jefferson Architects: What We Love About Doing This Work 

Sara Caples is in dialogue with critic Vladimir Belogolovsky about how architects can create lasting value by listening and responding to the needs of the communities they serve.

2017 Women in Architecture Awards Honor Pioneering Professionals 

Marion Weiss will be honored by the Architectural Record for pushing the boundaries of innovation and creativity in design with a Women in Architecture award.

New Local - Living: A/D/O Workshop 

Emily Abruzzo and Vishaan Chakrabarti will discuss new forms of public space, and modes of living and manufacturing in New York City.

An Evening with Norman Foster and Robert A.M. Stern 

Lord Norman Foster and Robert A.M. Stern will discuss both their shared history as well as their vision for how architecture can contribute to a more sustainable environment and how the role of the architect is evolving in response to global issues today.

2017 Deans Roundtable 

Deborah Berke and Frederick Steiner take park in the CFA's thirteenth-annual Dean’s Roundtable to examine current directions in architectural education.

University of Texas School of Architecture Public Lecture Series 

Claire Weisz will speak at the University of Texas School of Architecture's public lecture series.

AIA QUAD Conference 

Mark Ginsberg, Margaret Newman and Mark Strauss speak at the 2017 AIA QUAD Conference, a three-day event encompassing an expo, continuing education seminars, networking opportunities, and the QUAD State Design Awards Presentation.

New Local - Manufacturing 

Miriam Peterson leads a half-day workshop and talk to reveal and re-frame new opportunities for how manufacturing can actively reshape the urban fabric.

Day for Night 

Ekene Ijeoma features at Day for Night in Houston, Texas, a festival showcasing popular music and trailblazing artists.