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Roundtable Symposium on Urban Design Education for the 21st Century (UC Berkeley; April 14)

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  • Asha Weinstein Agrawal
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      Roundtable Symposium on Urban Design Education for the 21st Century
      Date: Thursday, April 14, 2011 (3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.)
      Location: 104 Wurster Hall, UC Berkeley
      Contact Info: Michael Southworth, msouthw@...

      Join us for a roundtable discussion on future directions for urban
      design education and practice with professionals, faculty, and alumni.
      All students, alumni, professionals, and faculty interested in urban
      design are invited! A reception will follow the symposium.


      3 pm
      Introduction: CED Professors Michael Southworth and Peter Bosselmann

      3:15 p.m.
      I. The Practice of Advanced Urbanism: Dennis Frenchman (MIT)

      Discussant: Frank Fuller, Field Paoli
      Respondents: John Ellis, Daniel Solomon Design Partners; Stefan
      Pellegrini, Opticos Design
      Discussion Moderator: CED Professor Linda Jewell

      4 p.m.
      II. Scale and Infrastructure: Darren Petrucci (ASU)

      Discussant: Rene Bihan, SWA
      Respondents: CED Professor Margaret Crawford; Matt Taecker, City of Berkeley
      Discussion Moderator: CED Professor Renee Chow

      4:45 p.m.
      III. Addressing the Challenges of Urban Landscapes: Twenty-first
      Century Dilemmas for Urban Design: Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris (UCLA)

      Discussant: Karen Alschuler, Perkins + Will
      Respondents: Tanu Sankalia, USF; John Sugrue, SOM
      Discussion Moderator: CED Professor Elizabeth Macdonald

      5:30 p.m.
      Concluding Remarks: CED Professor Donlyn Lyndon
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