Wednesday-Saturday, October 23rd-26th
Please join the Program in Environmental Design for our special alumni events during "Back to Boulder" Homecoming Week. All events are free and open to the public. You may also register for additional CU-Boulder campus events on their website.
Wednesday, October 23rd, 5:30pm, ENVD Building Room 134
Alumni Lecture, Exhibit and Reception: David Tryba of Tryba Architects: Celebrating 25 years
Co-sponsored by the CU-Boulder Center of the American West
Free and open to the public.
Thursday, October 24th, 5:30pm, ENVD Building Room 134
Alumni Panel Presentation and Reception: 10 X 20 X infinite possibilities
After party @ Fate Brewing Company
Please join us for a presentation by 10 recent ENVD grads. They will have 20 slides and 5 minutes each to show the inifinite possibilites after graduating with a BEnvd degree. After the presentation we will head down to Fate Brewing Company @ 38th & Arapahoe. ENVD will provide appetizers with a cash bar.
Alumni Panelists include:
Geoffrey Berlin, Site Technician and System Designer/Engineer - Real Goods Solar
Justin Feider, Intern Architect - Davis Partnership Architects
Janna Ferguson, Project Coordinator - Native American Sustainable Housing Initiative + Intern Architect - Drennan Pyatt Architecture + Construction Coordinator & Immersion Team Leader - Experience Mission
Joshua Hathaway, Buildings Team Consultant – Rocky Mountain Institute
Adam Hecht, Program Manager – Google
Michelle W. Lee, Design and Project Management - 505 Design + Owner/Founder - Studio Arc-hive, LLC
Chris Meschuck, Planner - City of Boulder Planning and Development Services
Jeremy Wade Shockley, Freelance photographer – Fedora Photo
Christian Toohey, Owner - Toohey & Sons Farm
Saturday, October 26th, 4pm - 2 hours prior to CU Football game, ENVD Room 134
ENVD-gate: ENVD's in house tailgate party
Please join us for free food, a student exhibition and a meet & greet with ENVD administration, faculty, students and staff before the Buffs take on Arizona for the homecoming game.
ENVD ON THE ROAD
The Program in Environmental Design would like to invite all ENVD alumni to one of our upcoming Meet & Greet events in various cities across the country. The events will be informal gatherings to catch up with other alumni from your area. There will be cash bars with ENVD providing the appetizers. Please RSVP below to the event you will be attending and include the number in your party and your t-shirt size so that we may bring you an ENVD logo t-shirt.
ENVD in Salt Lake City, UT: Saturday, October 5th, 5-7pm, Destinations Lounge in the Marriott Downtown at City Creek. RSVP
ENVD in Austin, TX: Monday/Tuesday, October 7th & 8th, 10:30am-5:30pm, SXSW Eco Conference with a Meet & Greet on Monday, October 8th, 7-9pm, Hotel San Jose Courtyard.
ENVD in Chicago, IL: Saturday, October 19th, 4-6pm, Roof on theWit.
ENVD in Boston/Cambridge, MA: Saturday, October 26th, 5:30-7:30pm, Henrietta's Table.
VIEW PAST LECTURE VIDEOS ON OUR VIMEO PAGE
CANCELLED - WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED
ENVD 5:47 LECTURE SERIES: Alumni Lecture
Jen Lewin of Jen Lewin Studio & Eric Schweikardt of Modular Robotics: Tiny Robots + Giant Art
ENVD 5:47 Lecture Series - Alumni Lecture - Ronald Rael (BEnvd’94)
Free and public lecture, “Full Scale Study Models,” on Monday, Feb. 18 at 5:47 p.m. in the Environmental Design building on CU-Boulder’s campus. Rael is an architect, author and assistant professor at the University of California, Berkeley in the departments of architecture and art practice.
Rael has served as the co-director of Clemson University’s Charles E. Daniel Center for Building Research and Urban Studies in Genova, Italy, and coordinator of Clemson’s Core Digital Foundation Architecture Studios. He has been a member of the design faculty at the Southern California Institute of Architecture, an assistant professor at the University of Arizona and a senior instructor at the University of Colorado Boulder. He earned his master’s degree in architecture at Columbia University, where he was the recipient of the William Kinne Memorial Fellowship.
His firm, Rael San Fratello Architects, was established in 2002 with a focus on emerging technologies and ecological design. It integrates architecture, art, culture and the environment and has been recognized in publications such as the New York Times, MARK, Domus, Metropolis Magazine.
For more information about the lecture, contact Jennifer Kirschke at 303-492-8267 or email ENVDProgram@colorado.edu