Carnegie Mellon University, Roger Williams University, Cummings School of Architecture and the Architecture Lobby

The M.Arch program at Carnegie Mellon University’s school of architecture engages with the forefront of disciplinary and transdisciplinary questions that locate architectural agency at the intersection of the pressing issues of our time—including climate change, social justice and artificial intelligence. The Roger Williams University Cummings School of Architecture graduate Collaborative Revitalization Studio promotes collaborative work between preservationists, preservation students and the disciplines of architecture, planning, real estate, law and other areas. The Architecture Lobby is an international organization of architectural workers, planners, and designers advocating for the value of architecture in the general public and for architectural work within the discipline.