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Stephanie Meeks, President and CEO of the National Trust for Historic Preservation will speak about her book, The Past and Future City: How Historic Preservation is Reviving America's Communities.

There will also be a book signing.


Robert Fishman, Interim Dean, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan


Join us for a lecture/panel discussion on Terps Build the City: Urban Projects by the following MAPP Graduates:


Alistair Dearie, AIA, NCARB LEED BD+C

Alick Dearie, AIA, LEED AP


GriD Architects

Baltimore, Maryland




Join us as we welcome Michael Marshall, AIA, NOMA, NCARB. Michael Marshall is the Design Director and Principal of Marshall Moya Design.


Laura Andreini is principal and founding partner of ARCHEA ASSOCIATI.


She is associate professor of Architectural and Urban Composition at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Florence, where she graduated in architecture in 1990 and received her research doctorate in 1997. She currently teaches the Architectural Design courses in the Master’s Architecture and Environment Lab, and Architectural Design in the Architecture and Environment Lab for iCad – International Course on Architectural Design.


Over the last half century, the Austrian State of Vorarlberg has developed an international reputation for its radical yet sensitive and considered approach to architecture, design and building. A combination of innovative architects and clients, liberal building and planning regulations, an aspiring regional government and an open-minded public have paved the way for a built environment and culture with design quality at its heart.

Daphne Spain, Ph.D., is the James M. Page Professor in the Department of Urban and Environmental Planning at the University of Virginia School of Architecture. She will speak on Constructive Feminism: Women's Spaces and Women's Rights in the American City.


Caroline Ann O'Donnell is the Edgar A. Tafel Assistant Professor in the Architecture Department at Cornell University and is principal of the design practice CODA. She was the winner of MoMA/PS1's Young Architects' Program in 2013 with the project Party Wall.


The U.S. city was built for the Baby Boom. Its bones were formed when the U.S. was in its final decades of legal apartheid and fleshed out over four decades of rising inequality. The Baby Boom is still here and will continue to shape cities, suburbs, and rural areas.