Blog Archive

December 6, 2022

Professor Sally Harrison Honored at 2022 AIA Philadelphia Awards

Author: Emily Herbein

Professor of Architecture Sally Harrison is being honored with the 2022 Alan Greenberger Award from AIA Philadelphia. This annual award recognizes Community Design Collaborative leaders and AIA members for their commitment and service to the organization’s mission. Harrison is a registered architect, educator, and scholar. She is also co-founder of The Urban Workshop, a social impact design collaborative at Tyler School of Art and Architecture that engages underserved communities in creating environments that are beautiful, just, and sustainable.                                       Read More

December 2, 2022

Dr. Müge Durusu-Tanrıöver speaking as an invited lecturer in Istanbul

Author: Jane DeRose Evans

Dr. Durusu-Tanrıöver will be giving a lecture, "Kıyısız? Hitit İmparatorluğu ve Geç Tunç Çağı'nda Akdeniz Ticaret Ağları/The Hittite Empire and Late Bronze Age Maritime Mediterranean Trade Networks" in the conference Aquatic Worlds of Anatolia at the 17th International ANAMED Symposium hossted by Koç University, Istanbul, Dec 8-9 2022. Read More

December 1, 2022

Adé Cornelius (MArch '22) Speaks on Inclusivity at the 2022 Designing Libraries IX Conference

Author: Emily Herbein

Adé Cornelius (MArch ‘22) received unexpectedly exciting news following her graduation from Tyler's Master of Architecture program in August when she was invited to speak as a panelist at the 2022 Designing Libraries IX Conference held at Temple University’s Charles Library earlier this fall. After being introduced to Nancy B. Turner, Director for Planning, Strategy and Organizational Evolution at Temple Libraries by Kate Wingert-Playdon, Tyler Associate Dean and Director of Architecture and Environmental Design, Cornelius was given the opportunity to draft a presentation regarding inclusive spaces in libraries. Architects, librarians, planners, designers, and information technologists gathered at the event to “explore the achievements and challenges of designing libraries and learning spaces for the 21st century.”  Read More