Continuing Education

Will Orlando, FL's Commuter Rail Be Primarily For Transporting the Homeless To "Psychiatric Facilities?"

Believe me, I'm just as alarmed at the title of this Blog as you are!  But in response to Alex Lenhoff's recent Blog titled: How To Revolutionize A City's Transit System an Orlando, FL Case Study..... ... read more »

Henry Cisneros and Independent for Life

Henry Cisneros, the former secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), will be signing copies of his new book,Independent for Life: Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging America, as well as delivering the keynote address at the upcoming Designing Homes and Neighborho... read more »

Applications Extended for Archeworks 2011-2012 Program

Back in April, we had posted a notice from our friends at Archeworks concerning their application process for their 2011-12 program. In case you missed it, the design organization has extended their application process till August 15th. Read below for the most recent specs from Archeworks on th... read more »

Archeworks Now Accepting Applications

The following post comes from our friends at Archeworks. Archeworks is a Chicago-based multidisciplinary design organization  dedicated to envisioning and advancing a better quality of life through design. See below for information regarding their upcoming open application process for their 201... read more »

Get Your CNU-Accreditation NOW!

In partnership with the University of Miami School of Architecture, CNU has developed a certification program for members that distinguishes them as CNU-Accredited. CNU-A is an impressive way for members to highlight their expertise and knowledge of New Urbanist principles and stand out among the ma... read more »

CNUXVI to offer more AIA, AICP, and ASLA credits than ever before

Architects, planners, and landscapers, rejoice! ... read more »