SA+P Alumni in the Media: Week of October 8

Approaching Citizenship
Co-curators of the U.S. Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, Architecture alumna Ann Lui SM ’15 and Mimi Zeiger will give insight into the curatorial practices and research which led to Dimensions of Citizenship. Part of the Fall 2018 Experiments in Pedagogy: Agit Arch Experiments, organized by Architecture's Ana Miljacki. Attend the presentation on Friday, October 12, 6 PM in 7-429

Binding civil and civic infrastructure
In her 2018 thesis, DUSP alumna Haleemah Qureshi's MCP '18 suggests that more engagement for utility officials and local citizens could improve both the financial efficiency of a water utility and the equity of service for customers in Baltimore. Learn more.

An urban design boot camp for city leaders
DUSP alumna Trinity Simons MCP '12 and her team from the Mayors' Institute on City Design were selected as Route Fifty Navigator award finalists. The team provide technical assistance for mayors via an urban design boot camp, tackling difficult urban challenges. Learn more about the project.

Making history cool, comfortable
CRE alum Morgan Pierson MSRED ’13, VP Mount Vernon Company, discusses his latest project, the Revolution, a boutique hotel that offers a modern take on Boston’s past. The Boston Globe.