The School of Architecture’s Lecture Series provides a venue for students, faculty, and the larger community to engage critical thinking in architecture and urbanism. The Series allows the School to interact with distinguished practitioners, academics, and theorists who shape the world’s natural and built environment.
Unless otherwise posted, all lectures are held on Wednesdays at 4:30 pm in the Walsh Family Hall Auditorium.
All lectures held at Notre Dame will be posted on our YouTube channel.
2018-2019 Lectures & Events
BOND HALL - FALL 2018
October 4-5 | Conference
The Triple Reform. Trialogue I.
Featuring Michael Dennis, Andres Duany, Léon Krier, Barbara Littenberg, Elizabeth Moule, Demetri Porphyrios, and Bill Westfall
October 8 | Nada Breitman-Jakov and Marc Breitman
Richard H. Driehaus Lecture
October 24 | Mark Ferguson
Partner, Ferguson & Shamamian Architects, LLP
John Burgee Lecture
November 9 | Dedication of the Matthew and Joyce Walsh Family Hall of Architecture
Unless otherwise posted, fall lectures are held at 4:30 pm in 104 Bond Hall.
WALSH FAMILY HALL OF ARCHITECTURE - SPRING 2019
January 23 | Martha Thorne
Dean, IE School of Architecture & Design
Executive Director, Pritzker Prize
February 15-16 | Expo Roma
February 6 | Kunlé Adeyemi
Founder and Principal of NLÉ
John Burgee Lecture
March 6 | Molly Wright Steenson, PhD
K&L Gates Associate Professor in Ethics and Computational Technologies
Carnegie Mellon University
Robert A.M. Stern Architects Lecture
March 20-22 | Career and Internship Fair
March 22-23 | Celebration Weekend
The Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame
Unless otherwise posted, spring lectures are held at 4:30 pm in the Walsh Family Hall auditorium.
ROME GLOBAL GATEWAY - FALL 2018
August 28 | Allan Ceen
Professor, Pantheon Institute
September 26 | John Ochsendorf
Director, American Academy in Rome
November 5-6 | George Saumarez Smith
Director, ADAM Architecture
Measured Drawing Workshop
November 19 | Filippo Coarelli
Professor, University of Perugia
Unless otherwise posted, lectures in Rome are held at 6:00 pm in the Walsh Aula at Via Ostilia 15.
ROME GLOBAL GATEWAY - SPRING 2019
Celebrating 50 years of the Rome Studies Program
Architectural Education in Rome: A Plurality of Traditions
Conference and reunion events will be based at the Rome Global Gateway, Via Ostilia 15.
Attendees are eligible to receive AIA/CE credits.