Members of the college community participated in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Minnesota's 74th annual convention, entitled "Voices with Vision," held November 11-14 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
John Carmody (Center for Sustainable Building Research) and Richard Strong (Architecture) co-presented the Sustainable Building 2030 Project Workshop. Carmody was also a co-presenter at the MN 2030, the New Energy Standard for State FUnded Buildings session.
Mary Guzowski (Architecture) co-presented at the Great Daylighting is No Accident: Innovative Daylight Harvesting Strategies and New Simulation Methods and Metrics program.
Blaine Brownell (Architecture) presented the Transmaterial session.
Renee Cheng (Architecture) co-presented the Education: A Driver for Change program.
Dean Tom Fisher (Architecture) presented the Architectural Design and Ethics session, followed by a book signing for his most recent book, Architectural Design and Ethics: Tools for Survival.
Jonee Kulman Brigham (Center for Sustainable Building Research) took part in the session on the Solar Decathlon, Icon Solar House: Innovative Design and the Solar Decathlon.
William Conway (Architecture) co-presented at the Visioning Rail Transit workshop.