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University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

March 10, 2017

Thérèse Tierney has published a new book, Intelligent Infrastructure: Zip Cars, Invisible Networks, and Urban Transformation (University of Virginia Press 2017). She has been asked to speak at the Workshop on Urban Mobility in the Era of Smart and Connected Communities, co-organized by the Chicago Department of Innovation & Technology, Transportation, and the Array of Things (AoT). The workshop focuses on new opportunities to link growing data streams to the critical urban mobility challenges.

Kathryn Anthony has published a new book, Defined by Design: The Surprising Power of Hidden Gender, Age, and Body Bias in Everyday Products and Places (Prometheus Books 2017).

ROPE pavilion, a temporary winter shelter designed by Associate Professor Kevin Erickson and built alongside other pavilions by Anish Kapoor, Frank Gehry and others in Winnipeg, is featured in Philip Jodidio’s new book The New Pavilions published by Thames & Hudson. http://www.thamesandhudsonusa.com/books/the-new-pavilions-hardcover

Professor Joy Monice Malnar, AIA, retired from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on January 15, 2017, after nearly two decades on the faculty of the School of Architecture. Upon retirement, she was awarded emeritus status by the university’s Board of Trustees. Malnar’s career exemplifies the value of situating an architecture school within an arts college at a research university. In her scholarship, her experience as a licensed architect was carefully integrated with other disciplines—some far beyond architectural studies—to fashion a specialization that inquires into the sensory experience of the built environment.

Associate Professor Erik Hemingway's project mies[UPGRADE] in a Mies van der Rohe space in Chicago, was recently published in Blur: d3:dialog, international journal of architecture + design.  

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