Tuesday, October 9

NOMA2012 Conference Seminars on Diversity

Below are seminars on diversity in architecture, design and construction being presented at the NOMA2012 Conference, October 18-20, 2012 in Detroit:

Keynote Speaker: Monica Ponce de Leon, Dean of the Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning at the University of Michigan – “Minority Opinion”

Karen Hudson: "The Life & Works of Paul R. Williams"

AIA + NOMA: Collaborating for the Future

Riding the Vortex XI: African American Women Architects in Practice

Asian American Architects: Invisible Minorities

NOMA Past Presidents Panel

NOMA Founders' ‐ History Flashback Panel

The Jack & Steve Show: Cultural Identity through Architecture and Design

Black vs. Architecture

Introducing Youth to Architecture

NOMA Louisiana Project Pipeline Camp

Hiring Small Businesses for Large Scale Projects

Cross Cultural Training in Construction Projects

Minority Certification and Resources

The Story of Black Architects in New York

Master Builders: A Documentary featuring African American Architects in the Nation's Capital

Carnegie Colored Libraries: Public & Academic ‐ Their Cultural Legacies

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