Read about what your fellow Architecture and Planning alumni are doing in the world.
It was recently announced that Dalhousie Alumnus Alastair Bird (MArch’17) won the 2017 Canadian Architect Award of Excellence for the top Graduate Architectural thesis in Canada and was featured in the December issue of Canadian Architect Magazine.
The Dalhousie Fund launched its Fall ArchPlan campaign with two important projects at the forefront: The Jill Grant Entrance Scholarship and the Advanced Buildings Lab.
Dr. Melanie Noel (PhD (Psychology)’13), Liz Scarratt (BSc’99), Mark Erickson (BEDS’09, MArch’11) and Matthew Kennedy (BEDS’09, MArch’13) are recognized for their achievements in scientific research, university fundraising, and urban design and architecture.
Joshua Green (BEng’13) and Uytae Lee (BCD’16) recognized for sustainability leadership. Green created smart thermostat Mysa to reduce energy consumption and Lee for informing citizens through his PLANifax project.
On October 12, the Dalhousie community came together to celebrate the 2017 Dalhousie Alumni Award recipients, recognized for their impressive achievements and the many and diverse ways they contribute to the university and to society.
D’Arcy Jones’ (BEDS’97) company won the 2017 Emerging Architectural Practice Award from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) for its distinguished architecture.
Seven alumni of Dalhousie’s Faculty of Architecture & Planning were bestowed fellowships by the College of Fellows of the RAIC for outstanding achievements.
Infrastructure expert Keith Craig (MURP’01) is completing construction on a brand-new commuter rail station in Boston’s Brighton neighbourhood. He was interviewed for Boston magazine.
Peter Yeadon (MArch’89) was featured in Landscape Architecture magazine for his large land art installation project, Wind Forest in Glasgow, Scotland.