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Longstanding College of Architecture and Design professor and director of the Joint Ph.D. Program in Urban Systems, Karen A. Franck, will close the CoAD Spring 2016 lecture series (April 18, 5:00pm; Weston Lecture Hall I) by explaining the two main “pre-occupations” that consistently guide her research and writing: asking questions and creating structure. >>
Free and open to the public, the College of Architecture and Design lecture series brings an eclectic roster of high-profile architects, designers and academics to speak to a packed house at Weston Hall. >>
The ingenuity of the progressive faculty at the College of Architecture and Design (CoAD) continues to stretch around the globe. >>
Karen A. Franck, an environmental psychologist and a professor in the College of Architecture and Design at NJIT, has an interest in memorials.  >>
Karen A. Franck, PhD, professor in NJIT's College of Architecture and Design, and Philip Speranza, an assistant professor at the University of Oregon-Eugene, will discuss “New Jersey Towns Remember: Observations of September 11 Memorials” at an interdisciplinary conference on Sept. 16-17 on the Manhattan campus of St. John's University.  >>