Three students from the School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation will present research-based design at the University of Maryland's Graduate Research Interaction Day (GRID). GRID, sponsored by the Graduate Student Government, is an opportunity for graduate students to engage in an interdisciplinary discussion about their research. Carl Lostritto, M. Arch. '08, says, "I look forward to engaging the freshness of discussion through this interdisciplinary forum for scientists, liberal arts students, and artists alike."
Lisa LaCharite, "Representation, Re-presentation"
Carl Lostritto, "Scripting and Animation in the Architectural Design Process" (Master of Architecture thesis research)
Luc Wilson, "Animate Education"
April 17, 2008
9:00 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Stamp Student Union, University of Maryland
Graduate Student Government, VPAA
Graduate Student Government, VPCD