Beverly Willis speaks at the University of Hartford, April 22, 2009
Willis speaks to architecture students about her work on the San Francisco Ballet Building.
“Progress in Process” Symposium Kickoff at Harvard University, March 13, 2008
“Progress in Process” is a four-part spring symposium, begun by the Women in Design group at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, that aims to increase the visibility of women in the field. To kick off the symposium, they held a panel discussion on where women in architecture are now and where they are headed.
Read more about the “Progress in Process” series here.
“Fabricating Identity” at the University of Notre Dame, December 3, 2007
Notre Dame’s Student Association for Women in Architecture (SAWA-ND) was founded in 2007 to promote gender equality and diversity in architecture. SAWA received a grant from BWAF to start a lecture series highlighting the careers and contributions of eminent women practitioners active during the mid-twentieth century. The inaugural lecture was given by Beverly Willis, FAIA, entitled “Fabricating Architectural Identities.”
Read more about the Student Association for Women in Architecture at the University of Notre Dame.
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