Spring 2017: Educating the Architects of Tomorrow

Explore the Spring 2017 issue of Oculus, the Chapter’s quarterly print magazine. Cover: The studio at the Kent State College of Architecture and Environmental Design. Photo: Albert Vecerka/ESTO.

Table of Contents
Articles & News
Letter from the President
Student Assembly: Engaging the Next Generation of Architects
by David Piscuskas, FAIA
Letter from the Editor
On Continuity and Change
by Alan G. Brake
At the Center
Deans’ Roundtable
One Block Over
The Bronx is Rising
by Claire Wilson
In Print
Never Built New York
by Greg Golden and Sam Lubell
In Print
Power at Ground Zero
by Lynne B. Sagalyn; Reviews by Stanley Stark, FAIA
54-Year Watch
Paul Rudolph’s Puzzling Masterpiece
by John Morris Dixon, FAIA
Letter from the Executive Director
The Center: Where the Academy and the Profession Meet
by Benjamin Prosky, Assoc. AIA
The Core Value of Critical Citizenship in Architectural Education
by Craig Barton, AIA
Golden Flash Forward
The Kent State College of Environmental Design demolishes hierarchies and fosters community
by Alan G. Brake
A Fast-Tracked Path to Practice
NCARB's new Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure telescopes the linear sequence of coursework, work experience, and examinations into a parallel process
by Bill Millard
Prototyping the Future
The Making Center at Parsons The New School for Design encourages exploration and collaboration across disciplines
by Julia van den Hout
Academic Expectations
Should architecture schools do more to prepare students with the business skills they need for practice?
by Laura Raskin
Prairie Schooled
Kansas State University’s College of Architecture, Planning, and Design unites disciplines and elevates design thinking
by Alan G. Brake
Excerpt: When Ivory Towers Were Black
by Dr. Sharon Egretta Sutton, FAIA


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