ICYMI: Woodbury University's Arid Lands Institute wins the AIA Latrobe Prize, ADP and Moody's Analytics report that the U.S. added 189,000 jobs in March, and SmithGroupJJR names new firm leaders.

Tweet of the Day:

Map of the Day: The Washington Post visualizes how difficult it is to travel across U.S. cities using only bike lanes. [The Washington Post]

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Four More Stories for Wednesday:

Glass architecture is killing about 1 billion migratory birds per year, according to a study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Forest Service. [Quartz]

The proposed site for the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is being discussed in the Chicago mayoral election. [Chicago Tribune]

The Glasgow School of Art named local firm Page\Park Architects for the restoration of the fire-damaged Mackintosh building. [BBC]

A proposal for a temporary library installation constructed from 50,000 books. [CityLab]

Awards: Enter Now!

ARCHITECT's R+D Awards recognize innovative building research, materials, and technologies at every scale—from design strategies and building systems to must-have products and digital tools. Entries are due April 17.

Robert A.M. Stern Architects is hosting its third annual RAMSA Travel Fellowship, a $10,000 prize for the purpose of travel and research. Proposal submissions are due April 10.

The Radical Innovation Awards recognize innovative ideas that impact the hospitality industry. Contestants may submit their next big hotel concept until April 15.

The 2015 World Architecture Festival Awards is accepting entries through May 22.

The American Society of Landscape Architects is accepting submissions for its 2015 Awards. Student entries are due by May 22.

Marvin Windows and Doors are seeking designs that utilize the company’s products for for its seventh annual Architects Challenge. Submissions are due May 1.

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