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Wednesday, October 14, 6:00pm-7:30pm
University of Calgary Downtown Campus Event Centre (906 – 8 Ave SW)
Admission is free for students, $10 for non-students. Public welcome.

You are invited join us at the Downtown Campus next week at 6:00pm on Wednesday, October 14 as we welcome David Gissen as our featured Design Matters lecturer. 

The Kasian Gallery will be host to a diversity of work this academic year. To kick it off, the gallery will be featuring A Project Four Domes by Endemic Architecture, led by Clark Thenhaus. The exhibition will run from September 15 to October 2, 2015 and available for viewing in the Faculty of Environmental Design, Professional Faculties Building. Clark Thenhaus will be visiting at the end of the Fall term to give a Design Matters lecture at the University of Calgary Downtown Campus on December 9.

Congratulations to Greg Morrow, assistant professor at the Faculty of Environmental Design, who has been appointed the first Richard Parker Professorship.

The state of Calgary’s expanding landscape — and what to do about it — is constantly debated by city council, the home builders’ association, and pundits on Twitter. The city’s urban design affects more than just roads and houses — it changes the kind of life Calgarians live, what kind of talent we attract and the health outcomes we can expect.

If you were at Calgary's Folk Festival this past weekend, did you see EVDS graduate student Natalie Robertson's 'Energy Harvesters' at the National Stage or by the entrance of the Main Gate?

The Crescent Heights Community Association (CHCA) held a planning and development workshop, on the morning of July 18, to develop a study to address potential issues of future development in the community and identify solutions to manage them. Hosted in partnership with the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Environmental Design Urban Lab, Crescent Heights residents participated in the study by sharing their unique perspective on their community.  

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