School of Architecture to head to San Jos

A design team comprised of 13 graduate students from the School of Architecture enrolled in the Suburb and Town Design Program and the Fellows of the UM Knight’s Program in Community Building will be traveling to San Jose, CA to work on neighborhood planning and building.
The project is called a charrette – an intensive public exercise in community design – and will be used as a mode to discuss ways to improve the Evergreen-Eastridge neighborhood in San Jos

November 12, 2002


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