Meadows Foundation Curriculum Grant Symposium
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The UT School of Architecture received grant funding from the Meadows Foundation to update the curricula for twelve core architecture and seminar courses to focus on sustainable design. In this symposium, the School of Architecture faculty who received funding for projects as part of this overall effort give brief presentations on their individual projects, and discuss the impact and implications of their work on the school's educational mission.
Video recording of symposium on the results of the Meadows sustainability education grant, with schedule of speakers.
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