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Sensor technologies allow us to connect to things we have not been able to connect to before. Come hear about how far the last 20 have brought us and where we might be headed in the next 20 years.
Architectural Record’s fifth annual Women in Architecture awards recognized five recipients for their 2018 awards. Among the recipients, is professor and director of the Georgia Tech Master of Science in Urban Design program, Ellen Dunham-Jones. The award series was founded in 2014 to recognize the women in architecture who push boundaries in design in the categories of design leadership, new generation leadership, innovation, activism, and education.
The Center for Spatial Planning Analytics and Visualization has created tools for the City of Atlanta that will help the municipality plan and visualize the impact of growth.
Representatives from Grady Health Systems will discuss how trends in healthcare are driving hospitals to work more closely with their communities to improve both patient care and community health.
The Tennessee APA Chapter's annual conference with the theme Building Blocks: Laying a Foundation of Partnership.
College of Design Diversity & Inclusion Council presents a Panel Discussion with Special Guest Peggy McIntosh
Peggy McIntosh, senior research scientist and former associate director for the Wellesley Centers for Women will join Kaye Husbands Fealing and Robert Kirkman for a discussion on diversity and inclusion
This first research forum of the school year will examine the new technologies today that connect us with the products around us, the buildings we inhabit, and the cars we drive.