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John Todd to be 2014 Commencement Speaker

John Todd, a world-renowned pioneer in the field of ecological design, will deliver the keynote address at Conway’s 42nd graduation ceremony in June. This will be the first year that Conway graduates are awarded the new Master of Science in …
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Conway offers scholarship to Yestermorrow graduates

Have you done a workshop at the Yestermorrow Design/Build School? Are you passionate about ecological design, permaculture, sustainable urban planning or regenerative design? We’d like to invite you to apply for Conway’s new Yestermorrow Scholarship. Graduates of any of Yestermorrow’s workshops, …
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Marie Macchiarolo and Trevor Buckley, Class of 2014 Abrah-Dresdale

Application Deadline Extended to April 15

You’ve got more time! If you’d like to kickstart a career in ecological design during the 2014-15 year, it’s not too late. We’ve decided to extend the application deadline until April 15. Apply now for Conway’s 10-month program, and get excited …
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Lecture series: Nina Antonetti on placemaking

Our speaker series continued on February 3rd with a presentation from Conway’s own Nina Antonetti. Nina has worked as an architectural and landscape historian for many years and she now serves as the Conway School’s Director of Advancement and Strategic …
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Applications due March 15

Do you envision a career in planning and design? Do you love gardening and permaculture but wish you had stronger design skills? Or maybe you’re a designer who wants to better understand ecology. Whatever your background, if you’re ready to make …
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You’re Invited: Formal Student Presentations Feb 28

On February 28 from 9-4, come see innovative design and planning solutions to six real-world projects and hear three distinguished professionals offer helpful criticism. Delicious locally catered lunch is included! In the winter term, Conway graduate students are split into …
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