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McGill University

November 1, 2011

The School of Architecture is delighted to host Michael Wen-Sen Su as the Sheff Visiting Professor for Fall 2011. Professor Su is teaching in our professional Masters studio and the seminar course Contemporary Theory 1.

Robert Mellin’s book, Newfoundland Modern: Architecture in the Smallwood Years, 1949-1972 (McGill-Queen’s University Press), will be launched in November 2011.

William C. Macdonald Professor Annmarie Adams has been appointed the Director of the School of Architecture for a three-year term.

Aaron Sprecher has organized the fall lecture series, Critical Practice.  Chicago architect Jeanne Gang kicked off the series and Thom Mayne was the David J. Azrieli  lecturer.

Recent MArch graduate Dorothy Stern was awarded the Martin Eli Weil prize by  the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada for her essay "The View from Winnipeg: Thoughts on the Evolution of Canadian Interior Design Education."

The School’s annual Sketching School returned to Gloucester, Massachusetts, for one week in late August 2011 with David Covo and Robert Mellin.  This was the 90th anniversary of this unique course.

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