• January 11, 2023
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    We ended the year on a high note with a tremendously informative Community Schools Workshop on October 14, 2022! Thanks to Bruce Levine, Clinical Professor, Drexel University School of Education and Sean O’Donnell, K-12 Practice Leader at Perkins Eastman, and their colleagues, for sharing their ongoing research on Community Schools with us through this facilitated panel discussion. Community school partnerships with a variety of organizations (health, food access and nutrition, and social emotional learning/support) in both rural and urban contexts were discussed and we came away with many valuable insights on school design in general. 

  • AIA CAE October 4 2022 1

    The roundtable Designing Schools in the Post-COVID World brought together an esteemed group of school leaders to explore the impact of the pandemic on education informed by two years of first-hand experience with the many associated challenges. We discussed lessons learned, the lasting impacts of hybrid learning on education, and creative architectural responses to support new learning models and pedagogical developments.


  • CAE NY  3K event 4
    We had our first in-person AIANY Architecture for Education Committee event in over two years at the AIA New York Center for Architecture on July 7, 2022 with Building for the Youngest New Yorkers: NYC SCA’s Pre-K/3-K Programs. What a treat to see everyone at this very lively panel discussion! Thank you again to all our speakers for sharing their experience in creating these much-needed educational facilities, and to our attendees for making the event a huge success. 
  • July 14, 2021
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    Our July committee meeting was joined by Jared Giles, Director of Workforce Development Initiatives BNYDC and Kayon Pryce Founding Principal Brooklyn STEAM Center to discuss the Brooklyn STEAM Center located within the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

  • June 2, 2021

    Dr. Christopher Emdin shared his forthcoming project with the Lincoln Center Collider Project, an interdisciplinary R&D lab in the performing arts. The pilot class includes ten phenomenal fellows who are “colliding” and collaborating on work which spans opera, DEI, artificial intelligence, and beyond. Dr. Christopher Emdin is in the process of designing a virtual and in-person intervention for classroom spaces in K-12 settings.

    More information on Dr. Emdin’s work here.


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