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Events


Feb
22
7:00 AM07:00

E-Week 2019

Session 1  8:00 – 8:55 AM (Choose one)

  • Perry Valdez, Executive Director, NM Board of Licensure Professional Engineers & Professional Surveyors “Threats to Licensure, Proposed Changes for Engineers and Surveyors – Current 2019 Legislative Session Update”

  • Ryan Flynn, Executive Director, NM Oil & Gas Association “Oil & Gas in NM – Current 2019 Legislative Session Update”

Session 2  9: 00 – 9:55 AM (Choose one)

  • D’Val Westphal, Editorial Page Editor, Albuquerque Journal “20 Years’ Experience in Traffic Statistics, What a Wild Ride!”

  • Wayne Canon, District Supervisor, Office of the State Engineer “Policies & Procedures, Time to Ask YOUR Questions”

9:55 – 10:15 AM Break with Sponsors & Exhibits

Session 3  10:15 – 11:10 AM (Choose one) 

  • Tricia H. Hatley, P.E., VP, NSPE & Jan Williams, System Research Analyst, Sandia Laboratories, SWE  “Diversity in Our World and What to Expect”

  • Stephen P. Conrad, P.E., Principal Engineer Systems Protection, PNM “New Technology at PNM”

Networking, E-Week Luncheon Celebration and Awards  11:10 AM – 1:30 PM  

Keynote Speaker, John Stomp, COO, Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority

Mistress of Ceremonies, Erin Muffletto, Manager, External Affairs, Comcast Cable

 Afternoon Session 1:45 – 3:45 PM

Ethics Session (2credits) –Professional Judgement Panel

Formal Registration is closed, Contact Deanna Trujillo, NMSPE Albuquerque Chapter Executive Director to check for openings. 505-228-8158.

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Nov
9
5:30 PM17:30

Art x Architects

AIA Albuquerque and Women in Design: New Mexico are planning a 2018 Fall 5x5 Mixer. In addition to approximately 15 “booths”, five local designers will give a five minute thought-provoking presentations that showcases the depth and breadth of this community’s creativity, diversity and quality as evidenced by its creative arts. More info here: http://www.aiaabq.org/

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Aug
12
3:00 PM15:00

Albuquerque International Association Lecture “Landscape Architecture: Our 21st Century Superhero”

In a world facing rapid urbanization, environmental destruction and social unrest, how can design, large and small, create healthy, beautiful, generative spaces for all? This talk reveals the power of landscape architecture to delight and heal, inspire and transform. Examples of local and international projects will transport the attendees into the magical realm of landscape architecture, giving clarity and depth to a largely underrepresented and misunderstood profession. Katya Crawford will share three local projects from the firms Surroundings Studio, Groundwork Studio and radicle, as well as projects by Field Operations (New York), Latz + Partners (Germany) and Turenscape (China).

Katya Crawford is an Associate Professor in the Landscape Architecture Department at The University of New Mexico’s School of Architecture and Planning and is Past President of The Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture. Katya’s research focuses on the ephemeral landscape and its power to engage and reveal social and environmental systems.  Crawford’s work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally. Most recently Crawford and two of her colleagues placed 3rd in the international design competition Hornachuelos, and placed 1st in the ideas competition “What’s Up Paris?”

 

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Jul
26
3:00 PM15:00

BIOPHILIA ASSET MAPPING

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Biophilia is literally defined as “love of life”. The inclusion of biophilic principles in the design of the built environment can reduce stress, enhance creativity, and improve well-being. This course presents a summary of research that defines aspects of nature that most impact our satisfaction with the built environment. Attendees will learn about patterns most commonly found in the built environment that affirm humankind’s innate biological connection with nature, and practice seeking these applications in a real-world setting.

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