- Thursday, April 15, 2021
8:30AM - 6:00PM
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Theme: Designing for Social Justice
Designing for Social Justice recognizes design as a medium for meaningful social change by addressing structural inequalities through an equitable distribution of space and resources. Design justice in architecture challenges social inequalities by a radical rethinking of the design process and encourages architects to use the power of design to imagine alternatives for a more equitable and humane living.
On April 15, 2021, the second annual USC School of Architecture (USCA) Research Symposium will provide an opportunity for architects, artists, community organizers, landscape architects, designers, technologists, planners, historians, and critics to share innovative solutions that advance racial justice, equity, diversity, and wellness in the built environment. Visit sites.usc.edu/arch-research-symposium/ for more information.
Chair Marker, Emeco
Founder/Design Principal, Colloqate Design
Prototype Engineer, Magic Leap