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Professor Contributes to New Public Interest Design Book
   September 10, 2018
Nadia Anderson, associate professor of architecture and urban design, has published a chapter in Public Interest Design Education Guidebook: Curricula, Strategies, and SEED Academic Case Studies .

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SoA Teams Win 1st and 3rd Prizes in Design Competition
   September 4, 2018
Two teams from the School of Architecture have won top awards in the 2017-2018 Steel Design Student Competition hosted by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA).

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Urban Design Professor Named Niantic/Knight Fellow
   August 31, 2018
Ming-Chun Lee, a professor in the School of Architecture’s Master of Urban Design program, has been named one of five inaugural fellows in the Niantic/Knight Fellows Program.

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Voice Professor Releases Album of Songs by Black Composers
   August 30, 2018
Voice professor Carl DuPont has recorded a new album of songs by Black composers, released by Albany Records.

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Dance Department Welcomes Brazilian Artists in Residency
   August 30, 2018
The Department of Dance will host Brazilian artists Dandha Da Hora and Dendê Macêdo in residency September 9-21.

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Director of Bands Leads Concert and Symposium in Portugal
   August 28, 2018
Director of Bands Shawn Smith led a conducting seminar and concert in Tomar, Portugal, in August.

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Theatre Professor wins TCG Global Connections Grant
   August 24, 2018
Theatre professor CarlosAlexis Cruz has been awarded a Global Connections "In the Lab" grant from the Theatre Communications Group.

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49erArtsLink Pass Expands to Include Local Art Museums
   August 23, 2018
Majors in the College of Arts + Architecture can receive free admission to area art museum through the 49erArtsLink program.

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Recent Dance Education Graduates Start School Year
   August 23, 2018
The Department of Dance congratulates recent dance education graduates who are starting their first teaching jobs.

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Faculty & Friends Series Opens with Tribute to Nina Simone
   August 21, 2018
The Department of Music Faculty & Friends Concert Series will open August 28 with “Revolution & Revival,” a tribute to Nina Simone that features A Sign of the Times jazz band and the Madison Park String Quartet.

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