|As we come to closer to the end of the 2011 academic year, we celebrate the efforts and achievements of our graduating students. We also welcome these students as the newest members of our alumni community.
During 2011 we have held several alumni events within the Faculty. I had the pleasure of meeting quite a few of our alumni at these events and I welcome the opportunity to introduce myself to more of you throughout our 2012 Alumni events calendar.
Alumni are an integral part of our Faculty. We value the support we have received from alumni in mentoring, and in hosting student hospitality and other events. We particularly value your support as we strive to realise our international aspirations.
I wish you a really enjoyable holiday season and encourage you to attend our alumni events throughout 2012.
Prof. John Redmond
Dean, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning
In this newsletter;
Alumni Awards Ceremony | Dean's Reception & Wilkinson Lecture | Celebrating Alumni Achievement | Alumni Profile: Robert Cahill . Discovery ARC Grant | Architecture in the space of flows | What's on in Tin Sheds Gallery
Held in the Holme and Sutherland Room, Holme Building, the evening was a celebration of the tremendous achievements of the Faculty’s alumni members for 2010 and 2011. More on the Alumni Awards.
Professor John Redmond, Dean, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning welcomed over 90 alumni to the Dean’s reception prior to the Wilkinson lecture on Monday 24 October 2011. More on the Dean's Reception.
Adjunct Professor and alumni member Rachel Neeson (B Sc (Arch) '90, B Arch '94) wins prestigious Robin Boyd award for Residential Architecture. More.
As a Principal at global studio Woods Bagot, and having been with the firm for over 20 years, Robert talks about technology, and how it has changed the face of architectural practice over the years. More.
Congratulations to Densil Cabrera, Senior Lecturer, Post Graduate Program Director Audio and Accoustics, and Bill Martens, Associate Dean, Research Graduate Studies, on the award of the Discovery ARC grant for stage acoustical quality in auditoria: measurement, simulation, prediction and design. More.
The Faculty is pleased to announce the publication of the edited book: ‘Architecture in the Space of Flows’. The book is coedited by Chris L. Smith and Andrew Ballantyne. Chris is an Associate Professor in Architectural Design and Techné and is the Associate Dean (Education) of the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney. More.
Find out what’s on at Tin Sheds Gallery, located within the Wilkinson Building, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning. More