Please join us for the second installment in our three-part series on the collaboration between architecture and social science.
The education panel will focus on how architecture is taught, what topics are covered, which ones are not, and how this informs architectural practice. We will take a deeper look at which areas are receiving the most focus and which areas are missing in the current model of architectural education.
The panel speakers will compare the education models and curricula of architecture and social science and explore how the methods and tools from each discipline can inform and advance the built environment.
Organized by: AIANY Social Science and Architecture Committee
Caitlin Cahill, PhD, Associate Professor of Urban Geography & Politics, Pratt Institute
Scott Francisco, Founder and Director of Pilot Projects Design Collective
Emily Moss, Director of Architectural Design BFA and Urban Design BS, Parsons School of Design
Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss, Founder, Normal Architecture Office; Co-Founder, School of Missing Studies
Moderator: Fauzia Khanani, Assoc. AIA, Principal and Founder, Foz Design