College of Architecture and Design

NJIT To Host “Post Sandy” Symposium & Workshop

NJIT will be hosting a symposium & workshop by AIA Regional Recovery Working Group entitled “Post Sandy: the Effect on the URBAN” on July 9, 2013. Organized by AIA New York, AIA New Jersey, AIA Connecticut, and AIA Rhode Island Chapters in collaboration with New Jersey Institute of Technology and New York Institute of Technology, this program will bring together and highlight efforts from across the region and act as a regional forum to share local design and policy initiatives, applied strategies and efforts, and lessons learned; to ignite conversation; and to find creative, practical and far-reaching recovery solutions that communities can implement in their current planning processes. NJIT School of Architecture and NJIT Center for Resilient Design will be making presentations as part of the program. This event will be approved for AIA continuing education credits. Learn more here.

The program is free and open to public. To register:

Date: Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Location: New Jersey Institute of Technology, Weston Hall (College of Architecture and Design), Gallery, Newark, New Jersey

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM

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