September 27–December 21, 2018
The centennial anniversary brings to light the power of place in shaping the university environment and the student experience.
Organized in partnership with The David Owsley Museum of Art, Ball State University Libraries, and the College of Architecture and Planning
Monday, March 26, 2018
Yacobi's lecture, (non)Planning, (un)Recognition and Spatial Protest: the case of the Bedouin community, will provide you with knowledge of the historical, political and social aspects of planning in relation to the Bedouin community in Israel—touching upon theoretical considerations on the planning practice, social justice and strengthen your knowledge in planning ethics and politics. Approved for 1 CEU by LA CES and AIA. Location: Architecture Building, Rm. 100 at 4:00 p.m.