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  1. Dec. 2, 2022The House that Rick Haldenby Built
    Rick Haldenby speaks to students in Rome

    School of Architecture alumna Iryna Humenyuk (BAS '20) profiles Professor Rick Haldenby and the School of Architecture Rome program in Azure Magazine.

    Read the full article on Azure

  2. Nov. 22, 2022Camille A. Mitchell Awarded 2022 Alumni Achievement Medal for Community Service
    Camille Mitchell headshot

    Camille Mitchell (BAS ’06, architectural studies; MArch ’10, architecture) is a highly accomplished architect with the Toronto based award-winning firm, Gensler. Her growing reputation in the field, though, goes beyond her professional expertise and achievements.  

    As a Black woman in the traditionally white, male dominated field of architecture, Mitchell has faced challenging perceptions regarding her capabilities as an architect. Her response has always been to prove them wrong through hard work, excellent results — and advocating for change.  

  3. Nov. 21, 2022Kathleen Fu's illustrations in Waterloo Magazine
    magazine cover

    School of Architecture alumni Kathleen Fu's (BAS ’17, MARCH ’20) illustrations are featured on the cover and throughout the latest edition of Waterloo Magazine. Fu's current work is heavily inspired by her time studying architecture, city life and storytelling.

    The Advancement and University Relations teams are proud to share the Fall 2022 issue of Waterloo Magazine: The Builders.  

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  1. Dec. 15, 2022Thesis Defence: Weeney Lin
    illustration of city street

    Chinatown as a heretopia: Culture and the crisis of Toronto's Chinatown(s)

    Abstract:

  2. Dec. 15, 2022Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) Information Session
    MBET student in the classroom.

  3. Dec. 15, 2022Thesis Defence: Nancy Yeh
    Illustration of an over head view of a parking lot

    Incremental Urban Vernacular: Portraits of Transitional Spaces in Taipei's Xinwei Building

    Abstract:

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