Public Interest Design Course-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Friday, January 4, 2013

Public Interest Design Course

January 18-19, 2013 | MMCH 403

The Public Interest Design Institute (PIDI) is offering a two-day public interest design course that offers training for professionals and county/community building & planning stake holders, on how design can address the critical issues faced by communities, and how design professionals & community stake holders can/should work together and become proactively engaged in this rapidly growing field. The PIDI is sponsored by the AIA and is a non-profit program of Design Corps, a 501c3 organization. Course material includes research from the 2011 FAIA Latrobe Prize. Participants become SEED (Social Economic Environmental Design) certified and may earn continuing education credits.

Register [link]

Poster [pdf]