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    The new multidisciplinary bachelor's degree program at Ottawa's Carleton University focuses on restoring heritage buildings, existing building reuse and retrofit, and new sustainable buildings.

  • Listen to Them: The Class of 2011

    Six students, five questions: Members of the Class of 2011 share their priorities for their own careers, and for the future of architecture.

  • Vishaan Chakrabarti

    The director of the real estate development program at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation talks about the future of the profession.

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  • Design Camp

    Few high schoolers receive architecture lessons, so how can they know what studying for a B.Arch. is really like? To get an idea, they can attend one of the summer design programs held at a number of U.S. universities. We profile three.

  • Facing up to the Numbers

    For too long, architecture schools shied away from teaching business basics. That’s changing—fast.

  • Rural Studio: Lions Park

    Rural Studio gives students real-world design experience in this Greensboro park. It's also been a lesson in community organizing.

  • Joshua Caulfield to Lead AIAS

    On July 25, at its annual Grassroots Leadership Conference, the American Institute of Architecture Students formally announced that Joshua Caulfield would become its next executive director.

  • Former MIT Architecture Dean William Mitchell Dies at 65

    William J. Mitchell, longtime dean of MIT's School of Architecture and Planning and generally known as "Bill," died on June 11.