Read More


North Dakota State University

February 3, 2015
DATES: March 26-27, 2015
LOCATION: Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre, Fargo, North Dakota

March 26th, 1pm to 5:30pm:
Greg Lynn, FORM, UCLA School of Architecture and Urban Design
Garth Rockcastle, MSR Design
Alice Twemlow, D-Crit and co-founder SVA MFA Design Criticism program

March 27th, 7:30am to 12pm:
Mahesh Daas, chair of the Department of Architecture and ACSA
Distinguished Professor, Ball State University, College of
Architecture and Planning
Tom Fisher, Professor and Dean of the College of Design, University of Minnesota
Kristine Jensen, landscape architect, Arkitekt Kristine Jensen, Denmark

To expand critical dialogue on design education, engaging the public,
academia, and practice, the NDSU Department of Architecture and
Landscape Architecture will host a symposium addressing “the future of
design education,” featuring panel discussions and open forums between
diverse participants of strong national, regional, and local
reputation in design fields.

The symposium is proposed to coincide with the 100-year anniversary of
the founding of the Department, and in this context, will provide an
opportunity for participants to critically reflect on the trajectory
of design education over a considerable time period, even as they
speculate about future directions.

Through the venue of panel discussions and open forums scheduled over
a two-day period, invited speakers will address aspirations,
challenges, and anticipated goals for design education from their
unique perspectives. By bringing a diverse roster of speakers
together, the symposium also seeks to build collaboration and catalyze
future inquiry.

Admission is free and open to the public.

For more information, please go to the website.
  • Regional News
  • Ball State University
  • NDSU
  • symposium
  • Greg Lynn
  • Design Education
  • Arkitekt Kristine Jensen
  • Kristine Jensen
  • Garth Rockcastle
  • Alice Twemlow
  • Tom Fisher
  • Mahash Daas
  • MSR Design
  • UCLA
  • The Future of Design Education

You must log in to comment.