Stephanie Stuckey: Atlanta’s Chief Resilience Officer to Speak at College of Environment and Design

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The College of Environment and Design will host a public lecture by Stephanie Stuckey, Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Atlanta. The lecture will take place in lecture hall 123 of the Jackson Street Building at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 13th. The topic will be urban resilience in the twenty-first century. Ms. Stuckey received both her undergraduate and […]

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Steve Nygren to Keynote CED Graduation Ceremony

Steve Nygren, who will be the keynote speaker at this year’s CED graduation ceremony, had a long career in the hospitality industry before creating the community known as Serenbe in southwest Fulton County, near Atlanta. When uncontrolled sprawl threatened their idyllic retirement farm, Steve and his family set about finding ways to address the surrounding community’s problems by bringing together […]

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CED 2017 Alumni and Honors Day 2017

Over 200 people gathered in the Jackson Street Building on Friday, April 21st for an exciting day of critiques, Honors and Awards, and the annual Neel Reid Lecture, which featured Allan Armitage. Congratulations to all students, faculty, staff, and CED alumni for their accomplishments and thank you to the Peachtree Garden Club for sponsoring our annual Neel Reid lecture!   […]

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Alumni and Honors Day

Alumni and Honors Day 2017 is April 21! All events will be held in the Jackson Street Building, 285 S. Jackson Street, except for the 5:00 launch party at Blue Sky. 1:30 P.M. Neel Reid Lecture by Dr. Allan Armitage 2:30 P.M. Reception immediately following lecture 3:00 P.M. Alumni and Honors Presentation 5:00 P.M. BLUE SKY, DOWNTOWN. CEDAA/Georgia Landscape Magazine Launch […]

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“Landscape, Remembrance, and Healing: Paintings by Rich Panico” Exhibit Opening and Artist’s Lecture

As a medical practitioner, yogi, and artist, Rich Panico has a deep and multi-faceted understanding of the human condition. Rich’s current interest in art and medicine addresses the propensity of our species to turn the inevitable human experiences of pain and loss into suffering, which, if not understood and engaged in wisely, leads to the acquisition of co-morbid (the simultaneous […]

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Bricks and Bones: Exploring Atlanta’s Spaces of Neo-Slavery

Bricks and Bones: Exploring Atlanta’s Spaces of Neo-Slavery Dr. Richard Becherer January 17th, 5pm Jackson Street Building, Room 123 Dr. Richard Becherer, architectural historian, will give a lecture on the use of African American convicts at the Chattahoochee River Brick Company in Atlanta, now an historic complex faced with pressures from development. The lecture will be of interest to anyone […]

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