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Great Turnout for Conversations in February
Over one hundred guests came out for the Conversations in February: Why does Design Matter, held the evening of February 21st at the Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS).
Student Awarded Travel Scholarship
Ralph Harper, Jr., 3rd year student in the BSAED Program, is the recipient 2012-13 AIABaltimore Architecture Research and Travel Scholarship. For his research, Ralph plans to travel to Spain and Portugal to study the works of architect, Santiago Calatrava.
Alum wins National Award
Adam H. Howell, 2012 graduate of the City and Regional Planning program, won the The Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools/UMI Distinguished Thesis Award.
CBEIS has been Space Invaded
The Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS) has a new installation titled "Space Activator". Located in the north end of CBEIS atrium, the installation's structure is based on the theme "Drift", a continuous slow movement from one place to another.
Housing Commissioner Speaks at CBEIS
Baltimore Housing Commissioner Paul T. Graziano and Allan Mallach, a fellow at the Center for Community Progress, National Housing Institute, lectured on the topic of housing and community development policy issues, including vacant and abandoned property issues, at the Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies on February 5th.
Professor's Work Highlighted in Newspaper
Professor Dale Green's work in the "The Hill", an old African-American neighborhood in Easton, bordered by East Dover, South, Harrison and Talbot streets and Easton's Rails to Trails, was recently highlighted in The Star Democratic, local paper for Eastern Shore.