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Research in the Real World – a new event for architecture students


Are you planning to work as an architect upon graduation?

Would you like to find out what kind of day-to-day research is likely to be required?

Wish to learn from the experience of notable CoA alumni?

Want to network with successful architects working in practice and related fields?

Like free food?


All of these are valid reasons to come to the William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library on Wednesday, November 19th from 4-5 pm.


We are launching a new series of receptions called Research in the Real World, in which we ask successful people working in our fields of study about the nature of their work and how they acquire the information they need to excel.


For our inaugural event on the 19th we have invited three College of Architecture alumni who work in three very different environments.


Kim L. Busch, Assoc AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Gensler

Ross Lukeman, founder, Alternative Homes Today, and Proposal and Project Specialist, Applied Security Technologies

Wilbert Taylor, Senior Project Manager, Office of Real Estate Services, University of Houston


Come to the library’s upper mezzanine at 4 next Wednesday for a 20 minute Q&A with the architects, followed by a reception.


Food and drinks provided by Mandola’s Deli.

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