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 104 Bond Hall.
All lectures will be posted on our YouTube channel.
The 2017-2018 Lecture Series
Housing | Real Estate: The Art, Business and Policy of Placemaking
Daniel Murphy, Senior Principal, Continuum Partners
Daniel Parolek, Principal, Opticos Design
Kathy Schuth, Executive Director, Near Northwest Neighborhood Center
Galina Tachieva, Managing Partner, DPZ CoDESIGN
Wednesday, September 27 - The Richard H. Driehaus Lecture
Director, ADAM Architecture
Architecture Alumni Weekend
Monday, October 2
Mark Foster Gage
Principal & Founder, Mark Foster Gage Architects
Assistant Dean, Yale School of Architecture
Tuesday, November 28
President, St. Mary's College
Wednesday, January 24 - The Robert A.M. Stern Architects Lecture
Principal, Douglas Cardinal Architect
Wednesday, February 21 - The John Burgee Lecture
Donna V. Robertson
Professor, Illinois Institute of Technology, College of Architecture
Career and Internship Fair
Monday, March 5
Assistant Professor, Art & Art History, Stanford University
The Richard H. Driehaus Prize at the University of Notre Dame
Attendees are eligible to receive AIA/CE credits.