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AIABaltimore Awards Two Travel Scholarships to Morgan State Architecture Students

AIABaltimore is pleased to award scholarships to Maleick Fleming and Juwan McIntyre to travel overseas for architectural research. Maleick will travel to Chile and Juwan will travel to Finland. The AIABaltimore Architecture Research and Travel Scholarship was established in 2007 to support distinguished students in Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) undergraduate degree program, the Bachelor of Science in …

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SA+P Professors hosts Symposium on City’s Future

Baltimore City Planning Director, Tom Stosur, talks about City’s Green Network Plan This spring, the School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) Professors Archana Sharma and Daniel Campo organized the symposium titled, “Greening and Making Baltimore: A Dream Referred” at the Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS). There were several dynamic speakers that shared their experiences and challenges in …

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SA+P Wins Big at Maryland ASLA Awards

On April 19, it was an excellent night for the Morgan State University Landscape Architecture program. Several students received awards/recognition at the Maryland American Society of Landscape Architects (MDASLA) Awards: 2017 University Olmsted Scholar (Morgan) — Samuel Quick 2017 Maryland ASLA Student Scholarship ($1000) — Samuel Quick 2017 Maryland ASLA Student Fellowship ($2000) — Chris Schoenster Presentation of, and Recognition …

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Architecture Student named finalist of the AIAS Imagine: Top 60-at-60

In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the American Institute of Architect Students (AIAS), sixty (60) students will have an opportunity to engage with Walt Disney Imagineers. Honorees will be able to participate in a series of lectures, workshops, and tours that highlight the design approach of the Walt Disney Imagineers. Morgan State’s very own, Maleick Fleming, junior in the …

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SA+P Project recognized by the American Institute of Architects

Students and faculty at Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) have recently been recognized by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for a project completed in collaboration with a local design firm. The project was one of 33 “Citizen Design” projects selected for the prestigious Emerging Professionals Exhibit at the AIA national headquarters. Guided by Assistant Professor …

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The Divine Line at Light City Baltimore

  Morgan SA+P Faculty Pavlina Ilieva, program director of the Undergraduate Architecture and Environmental Design Program with adjunct faculty Kuo Pao Lian, Kathleen Lechleiter and David Lopez, members of the Re/Public collaborative team invite you to join the second annual Light City festival of light, music and innovation. The Divided Line is a Virtual Reality (VR) installation that simulates a three-dimensional alternate …

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SA+P Students win Graduate Research Awards

Students from the Department of Graduate Built Environment Studies (Master of Architecture, Master of City & Regional Planning, Master of Landscape Architecture) in the School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) won BIG at the inaugural Graduate Research, Interdisciplinary Network, and Development (GRIND) Conference on March 17, 2017. Sponsored by the Morgan State University Graduate Student Association, the GRIND Conference is an …

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SA+P Alumni recognized at Founder’s Day Convocation

At the 2016 Founder’s Day Convocation on November 10, School of Architecture and Planning alumni, Camessia Johnson ’14 and James Potter ’98 were honored with the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award, for their professional work and service to the community. Congratulations to Camessia and Jim! Below are their bios: CAMESSIA D. JOHNSON earned the Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture and Environmental Design in 2014, …

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‘Diamonds’ on display at Chestertown RiverFest

Two of the most popular art installations from last Spring’s Baltimore’s Light City festival, “Charlie the Peacock” and “Diamonds,” was part of the Chestertown, Maryland, two-day RiverFest celebration in Septemer. Funding for the installations is being provided by SANDBOX, ThinkBig, the Kent County Arts Council and an anonymous donor. “Diamonds” was designed by Associate Professor and Undergraduate Design Chair, Gabriel Kroiz …

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CBEIS Hosts Early Women of Architecture in Maryland Exhibit

In the month of October (October 1-30), the Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS), the home for the School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) will host the Early Women of Architecture in Maryland exhibit as part of Baltimore Chapter’s American Institute of Architecture (AIABaltimore) Architecture Month. AIABaltimore, in collaboration with Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and …

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