College of Architecture and Design's Fall 2017 Evening Lecture Series Lineup Revealed
Mark your calendars!
The College of Architecture and Design’s (CoAD) fall 2017 Evening Lecture Series is in full swing.
The series brings nationally and internationally recognized architects, academics and allied professionals to NJIT to discuss their current work and developments in the professions of architecture and design.
Lecturers bring diverse experiences and viewpoints to our students, faculty and the greater university community.
Since 2007, an endowment established with the American Institute of Architects New Jersey Chapter (AIANJ) has increased the breadth of the lecture series by allowing for the establishment of the AIANJ Endowed Lecture each April and a symposium each fall.
This semester, CoAD, in collaboration with the Albert Dorman Honors College, will host a “Designing Keurig” colloquium.
Lectures are held on Mondays at 5 p.m. in Weston Lecture Hall I (unless otherwise noted), and are free and open to the public. For more information or reservations please call (973) 596-3080.
The CoAD Evening Lecture Series is registered with the AIA Continuing Education System (AIA/CES) and offers learning units, which may be self-reported. The New Jersey School of Architecture is accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board and is in compliance with all criteria standards.
Check out the eclectic roster of noted guest speakers and industry professionals slated to discuss a broad range of hot topics in architecture and design this fall:
Monday, Sept. 11
"Accelerating and Optimizing Design Using Computational Simulation"
Assistant Professor, NJIT, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Monday, Oct. 2
"The Designer’s Field Guide to Collaboration"
Assistant Professor, M.Arch, Graduate Program Director, UMassAmherst, Department of Architecture
Monday, Oct. 16
"New Typologies for Siena"
Alessandro Orsini, Liliana Torres and David Kushner
Faculty and Students, NJIT, College of Architecture and Design
Monday, Oct. 23
"It’s About Time"
Monday, Oct. 30
"Human Movement: Insights from Biomechanical Analyses of Walking in the Built Environment"
Research Fellow, Harvard University, Department of Environmental Health
Wednesday, Nov. 1
2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
“Designing Keurig” colloquium at CoAD in conjunction with the Honors College*
Monday, Nov. 6
Thursday, Nov. 16
"Design Representation: Emerging Methods and Contents"
Associate Professor, Director, Computation Group, MIT Architecture Department
Monday, Nov. 20
Artist Talk & Exhibition
*The “Designing Keurig” colloquium is a special event that is open to the NJIT community and will not be registered with AIA/CES or offer learning units.
**NJIT CoAD Gallery is hosting a Willie Cole exhibition/installation, opening Oct. 12.