Pickard Chilton Named Innovator of the Year by the Connecticut Business News Journal

William D. Chilton (MArch '80), is a principal of the firm Pickard Chilton, which the Connecticut Business News Journal named Innovator of the Year for 2011/2012. In an article this week announcing the honor, Chilton advises those interested in becoming architects that a design eye is at the heart of it all, but there are many paths to explore including management of a firm, project management, and the technical side of imagining a building. The firm Pickard Chilton has completed or is currently designing projects for clients worldwide with a construction value of more than $12 billion, resulting in the creation of more than 25 million square feet of LEED-Gold certified commercial, residential and institutional buildings in design, under…

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Laura M. Anderson (Graphic Design '10) Now at Periscope

Laura M. Anderson (Graphic Design '10) has accepted a package design position with Periscope advertising agency based in Minneapolis following work as a graphic designer for WhiteBoard Product Solutions. Laura currently serves on the College of Design's Student and Alumni Board (DSAB). On why she got involved with DSAB, Laura writes: "I joined the DSAB for an opportunity to give students useful insight into the professional design world. There are more resources now than ever available to young designers in the Twin Cities, and I would love to help students become better connected to people or information that will enable them to succeed." For more on the DSAB and how you can get involved, visit them online here. More…

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Monday Minute, February 6, 2012: Moving Forward

Dear Colleagues, You may have already heard that we received notice last week indicating that, while we made a compelling argument for our coming together as a college on one campus, the University decided that it has more urgent facilities needs and that the renovation of the Armory for our use will not be on the University's next three capital requests to the legislature through 2018. This was disappointing news. However, I also view this as a chance to rethink our current space needs and how we might use technology and other avenues to bring our disciplines closer together even with our college remaining on two campuses for the foreseeable future. I am scheduled to meet with Vice President…

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