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AIA Pennsylvania - ARE Grant for Architecture Graduates: http://files.ctctcdn.com/462a2937001/a5fe0eb1-1d42-4077-b378-9c96a62532f7.pdf?ver=1466712951000

2016-06-24
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For the second year, Marywood University School of Architecture is taking part in the Groovystuff by Design Challenge. The results of this challenge will be exhibited at the Las Vegas World Market in August as well as the Fall High Point Market in October. For three SOA students that took the Challenge last Summer it will be extra special as the prototypes of their products from last year will be on the floor for sale this Fall. Thank you to Chris Bruning Collections and Groovystuff for inviting us to be a part of the challenge, good luck to the IARC and ARCH students undertaking the Challenge as we speak, and congratulations to Megan Brody, Gianni Monteleone, and Emily Scappatura.

2016-06-13
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We are still raising money to support the Design Your Future program and its scholarship to assist regional high school students: https://marywood.givecorps.com/projects/12734-marywood-university-design-your-future

Design Your Future
Design Your Future is a summer, pre-college workshop for high school students interested in architecture or interior architecture. This program helps student prepare for, understand, and experience hands-on design. Design Your Future is taught by ...

2016-06-13
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Marywood University School of Architecture shared Groovystuff's photo.

2016-06-13
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Marywood University School of Architecture shared Groovystuff's photo.

2016-06-08
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Students: looking for a summer program elective? In addition to competing in the traditional Groovystuff challenge and being the only university to exhibit at both the Fall High Point Market and Las Vegas World Market, Marywood University will be working on a second challenge during IARC 399 and IARC 599D. The second challenge will be working with the family of music legend Glen Campbell in designing a product that will raise money for Alzheimers awareness. Both challenges will be explained more in detail next week as the course begins. Register for IARC 399 (undergraduate) or IARC 599D (graduate) if interested.Course runs from May 31 - July 7 If you have any questions please contact Stephen Garrison (sgarrison@marywood.edu)

2016-05-28
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