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Conversations about Architecture School

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Image courtesy of Center for Architecture (AIANY)

  • COST

    Free and open to students

  • TYPE

    Kids and Family

  • AUDIENCE

    K-12

What is architecture school really like? What are the challenges? What are the pathways to becoming an architect? Can an architecture degree be used to explore other career paths?

Join the Center for Architecture (AIANY) and the Boston Society for Architecture (BSA/AIA) for a two-part discussion exploring the many questions prospective students have before entering architecture school.

The first half will focus on the variety of paths and degree programs architecture schools offer, followed by an open discussion about architecture school from the perspective of current architecture students and recent graduates.

Presentations will include:

Let's Talk Architecture Programs

Presented by:
Mark Rukamathu AIA
Faculty, Boston Architectural College

Let's Talk Architecture School

Moderated by:
Charly Kring
Cornell University, B.Arch 2019
Architectural Designer, Goody Clancy

In conversation with:
Anuoluwapo Atoyebi
Northeastern University, B.S.Arch 2022*

Hayley Fazio

Boston Architectural College, M.Arch 2021*

David Ni

Cornell University, B.Arch 2024*

Sarah Saad

Cooper Union, B.Arch 2023*

Vickie Yuen

City College of New York, B.Arch 2021

*Anticipated Graduation Year


Registration Policies

Pre-registration is required for this event. Your registration includes acceptance of the Boston Society for Architecture’s Image Release and Consent Policy as well as Center for Architecture's Online Youth Programs Terms and Conditions.

Registrants to this event will be added to the Boston Society for Architecture and Center for Architecture’s mailing lists for updates on future public programs. Registrants may unsubscribe at any time. Email addresses will not be shared or sold to third parties.


Resources

For student guides, school profiles, and other resources, explore the Architecture/Design College Fair page and the Center for Architecture’s K-12 page.