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Education: Inside New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Game-Changing Fall ’23 Semester

Education: Inside New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Game-Changing Fall ’23 Semester

In our upcoming EcoReporter segment on ‘Get Lectured: New Jersey Institute of Technology, Fall ’23 | News’, we will be highlighting the public programming at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) Hillier College of Architecture and Design (HCAD) this Fall. This year is a special one for the college, as it marks the 50th anniversary of the architect program at NJIT and the 15th anniversary of HCAD.

The events kicked off on September 28 with the Alumni Award Winners Roundtable, which celebrated the achievements of former students. This was followed by a discussion titled ‘Whither Brick City?’ on October 12, focusing on the development in the city of Newark. This event aims to explore the architectural and design aspects of the city’s growth.

On October 26, the college will host a Gala reception to commemorate the anniversaries. The reception will include a silent auction of artwork created by faculty members. Tickets for the event start at $50 and can be found on the college’s website.

The Anniversary Colloquium, titled ‘Architecture and Design in C21: Transforming Pedagogy and Practice’, will take place at 5:30 pm on October 26, preceding the Gala. This colloquium will delve into the ways in which architecture and design education and practice have evolved in the 21st century.

On November 2, the Designer/Writer Roundtable discussion ‘Parallel Practices or Double Metier’ will take place. This event aims to explore the intersection between design and writing and how these two disciplines can inform and enhance each other.

Finally, on November 16, the semester will conclude with the TRANSECT Roundtable titled ‘What does it take?’ This roundtable will be hosted by the school’s American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) chapter and will focus on the skills and qualities required to succeed in the field of architecture.

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Stay tuned for our EcoReporter segment on ‘Get Lectured: New Jersey Institute of Technology, Fall ’23 | News’, where we will delve deeper into the events and themes discussed at NJIT’s Hillier College of Architecture and Design this Fall.

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