BTES Member Recipients of 2021 ACSA Awards

Congratulations to outstanding BTES Members who are recipients of 2021 Architectural Education Awards: Collaborative Practice: Cultivating the Future: Enabling, Designing, Constructing & Managing a Didactic Garden - Hans Herrmann (in joint partnership) | Mississippi State University;   The Field of Dreams Ecocommunity in Utah - Jörg Rügemer | University of Utah; Diversity Achievement: Women’s Reunion + Symposium - Marci Uihlein (in joint partnership) | University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Distinguished Professor: Alison Kwok | University of Oregon;  ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching: Omar Al-Hassawi | Washington State University.
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BTES Members Win 2021 ACSA Course Development Prize !

2021 ACSA Course Development Prize in Architecture, Climate Change, and Society Congratulations to BTES Board Member Liz McCormick, University North Carolina at Charlotte, for her High Performance, Low Tech winning course! Congratulation to BTES Member Mahsan Mohsenin and her colleagues Reginald Ellis and Andrew Chin, Florida A&M University, for their Hazard Mitigation + Race + Architecture winning course!
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Sudbury 2050: Urban Design Ideas Competition

BTES Board Member Shannon Bassett, MRAIC, Assistant Professor of Architecture at Laurentian University, will be speaking at this evening's Sudbury 2050 Urban Design Ideas Competition community engagement session. The event takes place November 24th, 2020 from 5pm - 8pm EST on a live webinar stream.  International Jurors have selected 8 shortlisted schemes for the open/professional category and 5 shortlisted schemes for the student category. Entries are from all over the world. World-renowned jurors include Bruce Mau and Jason McLennan (architect for the Living Building Challenge) who are both originally from Sudbury.
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AISC/ACSA Student Steel Design Competition: BTES Member Recognition

CONGRATULATIONS to a number of BTES members who were acknowledged as faculty sponsors of winning projects and jury participants in the 2020 AISC/ACSA Student Steel Design Competition !! SECOND Terri Boake, University of Waterloo  Vincent Hui, Ryerson University    THIRD Kristopher Palagi, Louisiana State University  Liz McCormick, University of North Carolina at Charlotte   HONORABLE MENTION Dustin Albright, Clemson University  Thomas Fowler, California Polytechnic State University  Kevin Dong, California Polytechnic State University    JURORS Ming Hu, University of Maryland Kristina Yu, University of New Mexico   
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2020 Reflect, Connect, Project

BTES will host a series of Webinar Conversations in July around Virtual Teaching in the Technologies. Visit the following page for more information: https://btes.org/BTES/events-programs/2020-reflect-connect-project
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Share Your Student Work!

As we seek to celebrate your students’ accomplishments and also learn from each other’s pin-up techniques, we invite BTES members to share with us online content from end-of-term student work. This may take the form of online galleries and exhibits, or invitations to view online reviews. We will be sharing this content through the BTES social media platforms. As we approach the end of this interesting Spring 2020 term, follow BTES on social media to watch for innovative forms of online teaching / learning / production happening in building technology and design in our schools. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BTEScontact/ Twitter: @btes_contact Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/btes_contact/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/btes-organization/
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BTES Member Recipients of 2020 ACSA Awards

Congratulations to outstanding BTES Members who are recipients of 2020 Architectural Education Awards: Karen Kensek, Distinguished Professor Award, (University of Southern California). Shelby Doyle, Creative Achievement Award, (Iowa State University Computation + Construction Lab). Federico Garcia Lammers, AIA/ACSA Practice + Leadership Award, (Forensics Studio, South Dakota State University). Kathrina Simonen (with Barbara X. Rodriguez Droguett, & Catherine De Wolf), TAD Research Contribution Award, Benchmarking the Embodied Carbon of Buildings, Volume 1, (University of Washington).
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BTES 2021 Conference – Call for Proposals

The BTES Board is seeking expressions of interest in hosting our 8th biennial conference in the summer of 2021. Please see the full RFP for details. We have a two stage process. The first step is a two page initial proposal due to the Board by November 15, 2019. We strongly encourage any inquiries and will be happy to answer any questions at secretary@BTES.org
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