Italian architect and designer Filippo Caprioglio From Venice [Italy] will be this Fall 2013 the first HSA Visiting Professor of Practice.
The series will be concluded with a lecture by Emily Pilloton, of Project H Design and author of Design Revolution, on April 24th (not April 22nd as previously announced.)
Yong Huang worked on the "Bird's Nest" stadium for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing for Herzog & de Meuron. He will be a Visiting Professor this Summer at Pohang University of Science & Technology in South Korea.
Former Director Michael J. Buono was honored this Spring 2013 by AIA Springfield with an Outstanding Service Award for Commitment and Service in the Area of Architectural Education.
Director Sabini lectured at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou and held talks for collaboration opportunities between the HSA and various private and public institutions across the Shanghai region.
The Suzhou Industrial Park Research & Design Institute, a large firm based in Suzhou, offered three internships to a junior and two graduates of the HSA: Zehua Jia, Cristina Bustamante and Lauren Schuyler.
Art of Space, a Drury University community engaging initiative led by HSA faculty Gerard Nadeau, returned downtown (collaboration with MSU) with a fabricated installation at the ideaXfactory on Boonville.
HSA faculty Traci Sooter & Nancy Chikaraishi continue efforts to contribute in the rebuilding process of Joplin (Missouri) by submitting a grant to the TKF Foundation in collaboration with Cornell University.
NAAB Accrediting Board study shows that architecture students benefit from liberal arts studies.