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Seven More Stories for Thursday:

Critic Edward Keegan, AIA, reviews Chicago's 606 Trail. [Crain's Chicago Business]

Q+A with Amale Andraos, the dean of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. [The New York Times]

Toronto architect Roger du Toit died at 75. [MSN]

Q+A with Jeffrey Kenoff, AIA, New York–based architect and senior designer for Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. [The Wall Street Journal]

Grist is rolling out a 12-part series about Seattle's efforts in sustainability, climate change, and housing. [Grist]

The Oakland Museum of California is holding a competition to make art with old pieces of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge. [San Francisco Chronicle]

A construction worker died while building the National Museum of African American History and Culture. [NBC Washington]

Step Up, Step Down:

Lance Hosey is now a principal and chief sustainability officer at Perkins Eastman. [Perkins Eastman]

Jennifer Kenson was appointed to principal of healthcare interior design at New York– and Philadelphia-based Francis Cauffman.

Awards: Enter Now!

Bentley is accepting entries for it annual Be Inspired Awards competition, which celebrates innovative infrastructure design, engineering, construction, and operation. Submissions are due tomorrow, June 5.

AIA|DC’s Emerging Architects Committee is holding its second annual Thesis Showcase. Graduates from accredited architectural degree programs (B.Arch. and M.Arch) in the last three years who have completed a thesis project are eligible to apply. Submissions are due July 1.

Registration is open for Blank Space’s new international competition, Dear Architecture. Submissions are due July 24.

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