Yale School of Architecture fall lecture series explores implicit social design, urban good, and more

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Allison Williams, vice president and director of design for AECOM’s U.S. west region, recently visited the campus to deliver the Paul Rudolph Lecture.

Allison Williams, vice president and director of design for AECOM’s west region, recently visited the campus under the auspices of the Yale School of Architecture (YSoA) to deliver the Paul Rudolph Lecture.

Williams’ talk, titled “Implicit Social Action,” is one of a series of talks taking place at YSoA this semester.

These include:

  • Nov. 3, Keller Easterling, “Things That Don’t Happen and Shouldn’t Always Work”
  • Nov. 10, Andrew Altman, “London’s 2012 Olympic Legacy: The Power of Design to Shape a City’s Trajectory”
  • Nov. 17, Marianne McKenna, the Norman R. Foster Visiting Professor, “Urban Good”
  • Dec. 1, Sergio Muñoz Sarmiento, “Law Ends”

The lectures, which are free and open to the public, will take place at YSoA on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. in Rudolph Hall, 180 York St. (corner of York and Chapel streets). Visit the YSoA website for more information about these and other upcoming events.

Media Contact

Bess Connolly Martell: elizabeth.connolly@yale.edu, 203-432-1324