Architecture and Environmental Design Graduate Information Session

Posted by Temple University on October 30, 2017

Architecture and Environmental Design Graduate Information Session – Tyler School of Art
Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM

Temple University Main Campus, Architecture Bldg
2001 N. 13th Street

Join us for an information session about the Tyler School of Art Division of Architecture & Environmental Design departments to learn more about the graduate degree programs offered on Temple’s campuses. We offer a Master of Science in City and Regional Planning, Master of Architecture, and Master of Landscape Architecture.

Information Sessions for all departments: 3 – 4 p.m.

Tours of Architecture Studios: 4 – 5 p.m.

Meet & Greet with Planning faculty, students and alumni: 4 – 5 p.m.

Lecture by Lining Yao: 5:30 in Architecture Room 104: Lining Yao is a Chinese born designer and maker of novel materials and interfaces. Yao is currently a PhD Candidate at Tangible Media Group, MIT Media Lab, where she focuses on pushing Human Computer Interaction toward Human Material Interaction. Her research revolves around the intersection of novel materials, digital fabrication and interaction design. Rather than computing the virtual data, she is trying to compute the physical material. Programming the physical states of material’s shape, color, stiffness, texture and density is the long term goal of her research. Before coming to the US, she had been deeply involved in Chinese local design and manufacturing industry as a design consultant and entrepreneur. She has won numerous industrial design awards including Red Dot Award and iF Design Award. BS, MFA, Art and Design, Zhejiang University, China. MS, Media Arts and Science, MIT.

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