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May 26 to July 1, 2016 Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, CASA is an educational study abroad program established by San Francisco architects, Cathi and Steven House, and affiliated with Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies. The Center is a link between the past and the future […]

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Avalon Roche is a sophomore majoring in Public and Urban Affairs. She grew up in an Air Force family, and has lived in Germany since she was nine but also considers Virginia home. She speaks three languages – English, Spanish, and German. Both of her parents are Hokies! What led you to your major? Initially […]

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Simon Babin of Mount Airy, Maryland is a third year architecture student. He is currently considering what study abroad program he wants to do next year and hopes that program will help him decide on his plans for after graduation. What is your favorite color? My favorite color is teal. I think it’s mainly because […]

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 Jade McNair of Columbia, South Carolina is a junior majoring in Building Construction in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies with a minor in Spanish. One day, she hopes to start her own international construction company in Vancouver, Canada. What began as a class project in 2014 became an organization called Building Women In Construction, […]

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  Virginia Tech graduate student Shabnam Kavousi presented An Exhibition on Cultures from Monday, November 10 to Thursday, November 12 in the Art + Architecture Library in Cowgill Hall. Kavousi, a Ph.D. candidate in the Architecture and Design Research Program in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies held the exhibition as part of the […]

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Henry Thompson of Ashburn, Virginia is a senior studying Visual Communication Design who grew up outside of Chicago in St. Charles, Illinois. His favorite part of his major is getting to watch his friends improve as designers and produce bigger and better things every semester. Ask him about his plans after graduation and he’ll tell you […]

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The Urban Affairs Association (UAA), the international professional association for urban scholars, researchers and public service professionals, convened its 45th Annual Conference in Miami, Florida – April 8-11, 2015. Over 900 participants, representing universities, research institutions, nonprofit organizations, and public and private organizations/institutions from around the world met to discuss 21st century issues impacting urban populations and places. Conference participants represented institutions from North America, […]

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