Experienced architect Stephanie Brick, MDS-HH’21, publishes her first peer-reviewed paper on salutogenic design after completing her Master of Design Studies in Design for Human Health
BAC Continuing Education student Molly Malone finds inspiration to switch careers after winning a competition for creative lighting fixture design.
"As an institution of higher learning, we are committed to inquiry and discourse and there is no doubt that passionately held beliefs reside on all sides of this topic."
Jonathan has been a generous and loyal donor to the BAC and now sits on the BAC’s Board of Trustees, where he hopes to provide guidance on how to make design education more diverse.
Students are accelerating their careers through The Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) program—allowing them to jump directly from graduation to work as a licensed architect. BAC alum Joshua Thompson, M.Arch'21 Online, shares his IPAL story.
Billie Tsien, architect of the Barack Obama Presidential Library, and a founding partner of Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners to receive an Honorary Doctorate and deliver the BAC’s commencement speech.
James, B.Arch’85, hopes that the namesake scholarship, a generous 5-year scholarship investment for BAC students with financial needs, will encourage an emerging generation of hardworking architects and designers.
The BAC is honored to kick-off its inaugural episode of BAC Channel with Mahesh Daas by featuring Professor Balkrishna Doshi—India's first and only Pritzker prize winning architect, educator, guru, and the BAC’s 2021 honorary alumnus.
When Anddie Chan-Patera decided to pursue a Master of Interior Architecture degree, and launch a new career in her 50s, it was important for her to choose a school that was a good fit for her life experiences as well as her professional goals.
Yasmine Badawi always had an interest in both painting and engineering, so she chose a degree in architecture because she felt it would be the perfect balance between the two.