All posts by Chris Jarrett

ARCC “In Progress” Spring 2021 Virtual Colloquium

ARCC “In Progress” Spring 2021 Virtual Colloquium Friday,  May 21, 2021 The third “In-Progress” event will take place on May 21! Discuss your ongoing research ideas with colleagues and receive valuable feedback and ideas to help you move forward. Please submit a short (250 word) abstract that describes your research topic and questions. We will … Continue reading ARCC “In Progress” Spring 2021 Virtual Colloquium

Call for Proposals: Host Institution for ARCC 2023

2023 ARCC CONFERENCE  Request for Proposals: Application Deadline: June 1, 2021 Each year the Architectural Research Centers Consortium hosts an important international conference on architectural research. Every two years, ARCC hosts a joint conference with our European partners The European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE). Recent conference hosts and locations include: 2016 EAAE-ARCC Conference: Universidade … Continue reading Call for Proposals: Host Institution for ARCC 2023

ARCC Announces Best Paper and Best Poster Awards at ARCC 2021

ARCC 2021: Performative Environments attracted 166 abstract submissions resulting 23 research poster submissions and 66 double-blind peer-review full paper submissions. ARCC Board of Directors and Officers is pleased to announce the ARCC 2021 Best Paper and Best Poster Awards. Congratulations! Parti diagram showing the addition of 2nd floor for integrated waste upcycling (Right), Plan at … Continue reading ARCC Announces Best Paper and Best Poster Awards at ARCC 2021

Two NSF Sessions Addressing Funding, Communications and Strategies at ARCC 2021

11:30am-12:15pm MST/PDT, Thursday April 8th NSF Grant Success Information Session Moderator: Rahman Azari, Pennsylvania State University Lawrence Bank, Research Faculty, Georgia Institute of Technology A presentation by Larry Bank of Georgia Tech describing the process for securing an NSF grant, from communications with NSF Program Directors to qualifications, impact and proposal submission. Q&A session to folow. … Continue reading Two NSF Sessions Addressing Funding, Communications and Strategies at ARCC 2021

Routledge Press and Taylor & Francis Offering Workshop Sessions at ARCC 2021

Publishing with Routledge Press 11:30am-12:15pm MST/PDT, Thursday, April 8th Moderator: Philip Plowright, Lawrence Technological University Fran Ford, Senior Editor and Publisher (Architecture), Routledge Press, London Publishing with Taylor & Francis  11:30am-12:15pm MST/PDT, Friday, April 9th Moderator: Alexandra Staub, Pennsylvania State University Krystal Racaniello, Architecture Editor, Taylor & Francis, New York A presentation by Routledge Press … Continue reading Routledge Press and Taylor & Francis Offering Workshop Sessions at ARCC 2021

2021 Graduate Student Scholarship Award Announcement

Detail of UA Gridshell, CAPLA, University of Arizona ARCC invited applications for scholarship funding to attend ARCC 2021: Performative Environments, “Virtual Tucson,” April 7-10, 2021. Eligibility was limited to current graduate students enrolled at an ARCC member institution in a school of architecture or related field. Priority was given but not limited to graduate students who are currently an … Continue reading 2021 Graduate Student Scholarship Award Announcement

ARCC 2021 Conference Schedule: Performative Environments > Virtual Tucson

ARCC 2021 Conference Schedule > Virtual Tucson! PERFORMATIVE ENVIRONMENTS Click here for ARCC 2021 Conference Schedule Conference registration is OPEN and includes access to all conference sessions, including keynotes, plenary panels, paper and poster sessions, workshops, seminars, award programs, exhibitions, tours, and proceedings. All are invited to register! To register, go to: https://www.conftool.net/arcc2021.

Extended to March 30th > Call for Submissions: [TRANS-] Journal_University of Arizona

Call for Submissions: [TRANS-] Journal, University of Arizona [TRANS-] Journal 2021 proposes the examination of PERFORMANCE across, beyond, and through architecture and the allied arts. While technological quantification of built environments may be the dominant framework through which performance is understood and conceptualized, performance spans the processes, productions, and presencing of architecture. Building per (through) … Continue reading Extended to March 30th > Call for Submissions: [TRANS-] Journal_University of Arizona

Call for Presenters: The Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture

CALL FOR PRESENTERS: Big data can lead to a new science of how humans behave in structured environments. It is an opportunity to answer age-old questions about why certain architectural forms more successfully facilitate social interaction, delight, physiological and mental health, as well as cognitive efficiency and work performance. One goal of this year’s conference is to … Continue reading Call for Presenters: The Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture

Survey and Invitation: Architecture’s Afterlife: The Multi-Sector Impact of an Architectural Qualification

Architects After Architecture: Alternative Pathways for Practice Harriet Harriss, Rory Hyde, Roberta Marcaccio, Ed. SURVEY: Architecture’s Afterlife survey INVITATION:  to attend the First Multiplier Event of the ERASMUS+ project titled Architecture’s Afterlife: The Multi-sector impact of an architectural qualification. The Event will take place on Friday February 19 at 2:00PM – 6:00PM CET and it … Continue reading Survey and Invitation: Architecture’s Afterlife: The Multi-Sector Impact of an Architectural Qualification

Addington > Deamer > Weizman: ARCC 2021 Keynote Speakers

Michelle Addington    I    Peggy Deamer    I    Eyal Weizman Keynote Speakers of ARCC 2021: Performative Environments April 7-10, 2021  > VIRTUAL TUCSON Michelle Addington, Dean, School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin Peggy Deamer, Professor, School of Architecture, Yale University Eyal Weizman, Director, Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University of … Continue reading Addington > Deamer > Weizman: ARCC 2021 Keynote Speakers

Call for Applications_ARCC Graduate Student Scholarships to Attend ARCC 2021

ARCC 2021: Performative Environments > VIRTUAL TUCSON ARCC invites applications for funding to attend ARCC 2021: Performative Environments, April 7-10, 2021. Eligibility is limited to current graduate students enrolled at an ARCC member institution in a school of architecture or related field. Priority will be given but not limited to graduate students who are currently an author or co-author … Continue reading Call for Applications_ARCC Graduate Student Scholarships to Attend ARCC 2021

Call for Articles: ENQ Special Edition on Architecture, Waste and the Circular Economy

FRAC Dunkerque, Halle AP2, Lacaton & Vassal (photo: Phillippe Ruault) ENQ Special Edition: The ARCC Journal Architecture, Waste, and the Circular Economy Guest Editor: Ahmed K. Ali, Ph.D. College of Architecture Texas A&M University ahali@tamu.edu Call for Articles Waste is a global crisis. The world is drowning in an unprecedented amount of waste due to … Continue reading Call for Articles: ENQ Special Edition on Architecture, Waste and the Circular Economy

TAD – Call for Papers for the upcoming Intelligence Issue

The Editorial Board of Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) has posted a Call for Papers for the upcoming INTELLIGENCE issue. Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) is a peer-reviewed research journal published by Taylor and Francis. TAD operates at the intersection of design and technology with a broad readership among academics and practitioners. The journal has a hardcopy … Continue reading TAD – Call for Papers for the upcoming Intelligence Issue

Urban Design Program Director Position Opens at UNC Charlotte

Charlotte, NC_The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City (right) The School of Architecture (SoA) invites applications for the position of Director of the Master of Urban Design Program, housed in The Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City. As the Director of the Master of Urban Design program, responsibilities include articulating a vision for … Continue reading Urban Design Program Director Position Opens at UNC Charlotte

ARCC Announces the Award Recipients of the 2021 Awards Program

The Board of Directors of the Architectural Research Centers Consortium announces its 2021 Awards in support of recognizing and advancing state-of-the-art research in architecture and related design fields. Many thanks to all of our nominees, their colleagues and member institutions for all that they do to support our shared vision of advancing the culture and production … Continue reading ARCC Announces the Award Recipients of the 2021 Awards Program

EDRA Great Places Awards – 2021 Call for Submissions

City Thread, Molly Hunter and Greg Corso, 2020 EDRA Great Places Award Winner The EDRA Great Places Awards are unique among programs that honor professional and scholarly excellence in environmental design. They seek to recognize work that combines expertise in design, research, and practice, and contributes to the creation of dynamic, humane places that engage … Continue reading EDRA Great Places Awards – 2021 Call for Submissions

NJIT offering Assistant/Associate Professor of Sustainable Design

College of Architecture and Design, New Jersey Institute of Technology  The J. Robert and Barbara A. Hillier College of Architecture and Design at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track or tenured appointment in Sustainable Design at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The appointment is within the … Continue reading NJIT offering Assistant/Associate Professor of Sustainable Design

Public Health, Solar, Comfort and Inequity Issues drive ARCC’s Fall 2020 In-Progress Colloquium

Solar Farm, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania ARCC hosted its Fall 2020 ‘In Progress’ Colloquium on Saturday, November 21st. The virtual colloquium provided an opportunity for faculty, researchers and designers to share their work and receive feedback on specific research projects currently on the table. Acknowledging the gap in evaluative methods between architectural design and public health, … Continue reading Public Health, Solar, Comfort and Inequity Issues drive ARCC’s Fall 2020 In-Progress Colloquium