With three children about to embark on their college experience, I can share that the biggest issue is finances – MONEY!  As one who has been in higher education for the past 25 years, I can share that the biggest issue is finances.  So how do address the issue – SCHOLARSHIPS.  As you might guess,…

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DIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT SCHOLARSHIP Over my many years in architectural education, I have been involved with many different worthwhile programs.  My absolute favorite is my involvement with the Diversity Advancement Scholarship; it started in 1987 as National Vice-President of AIAS and has continued almost every year since.  It truly is a great feeling to reward scholarship…

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This weekend, I am in Dallas to attend 2B an Architect.  The event is one of the five Architecture/Design Career Day/College Fair held throughout the country.  As mentioned in an earlier blog, these events are an excellent opportunity for you to learn in detail about architecture programs. In a matter of hours, you can connect with from…

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Recently, I was able to learn of three (3) individuals with an architectural education who have successful careers in architecture via state government and a non-profit design center.  Below are summaries of links on each of the individuals profiled. Further, these three architects further support the notion that you can pursue any number of career…

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