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  • Tomorrow

    1. LA - NEW YORK BUS TOUR
      • Buses Leave from Hills

        Guided by Prof. Jack Ahern. Open to the Public. $50 (ASLA member)/$60 (non-ASLA member). Sign up in Hills North room 109.

        Bring breakfast, lunch, snacks, drinks, camera, comfortable shoes. We will visit:

        Central Park
        Paley Park
        Bryant Park
        High Line Park
        Battery Park City
        9/11 Memorial
        Brooklyn Bridge

        Buses will leave Hills at 6:00 am and return at approximately midnight.

  • Sunday, October 26th

    1. OPEN HOUSE
      • Start time: 01:00pm
      • End date: Sunday, October 26th
      • End time: 02:00pm
  • Thursday, October 30th

    1. Zube Lecture - Steven Moga, Smith College Landscape Studies
      • Start time: 04:00pm
      • End date: Thursday, October 30th
      • End time: 05:00pm
  • Thursday, November 6th

    1. Zube Lecture - Sonja Deppisch, Head of Research Group, HafenCity Universitat Hamburg
      • Start time: 04:00pm
      • End date: Thursday, November 6th
      • End time: 05:00pm
  • Tuesday, November 11th

    1. Holiday – Veterans' Day
  • Wednesday, November 12th

    1. Registration begins for Spring 2015
    2. Tuesday class schedule
  • Thursday, November 13th

    1. Zube Lecture - eigh Graham, Assistant Professor, Urban Policy, CUNY John Jay College
      • Start time: 04:00pm
      • End date: Thursday, November 13th
      • End time: 05:00pm
  • Thursday, November 20th

    1. Zube Lecture - Planning in the Global South: Building the capacity of communities in Belize
      • Start time: 04:00pm
      • End date: Thursday, November 20th
      • End time: 05:00pm
      • James Kostaras, Senior Fellow, Institute for International Urban Development (I2UD)

  • Friday, November 21st

    1. BCT Talk – Peggi Clouston: “Emerging Technologies in Wood and Bio-Based Building Products”
      • Start time: 10:00am
      • End date: Friday, November 21st
      • End time: 11:00am
      • Dr. Clouston teaches courses in structural wood design, material mechanics and bio-based composites to students of construction technology, architecture, and engineering. Her research focuses on modeling and characterizing the probabilistic mechanical behavior of structural bio-based composite materials as well as innovative wood products and systems.

        Where: Integrated Science Bldg, Room 145

  • Wednesday, November 26th

    1. Thanksgiving recess begins after last class