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Neri Oxman to headline BACTalks next week — A moderated discussion with Dr. Oxman and BAC President Dr. Mahesh Daas starts at 11:30 AM EDT.
400 Forward gains mission support by Nemetschek Group company GRAPHISOFT North America, aiding young black women who aspire to be architects.
Bentley’s e-on Software establishes a new partnership with the MIT of Visual Effects—Gnomon School in Hollywood.
Details on GRAPHISOFT’s big annual BIM conference in Las Vegas are shared. This not-to-be-missed event is aimed at all ARCHICAD and BIM users, from Canada to Mexico and beyond.
Scientists, researchers, engineers, innovators and managers can brush up on the latest innovations driving CAD in the manufacturing world with this new course coming to MIT Professional Education next summer.
In partnership with Disney, Khan Academy has launched ‘Pixar in a Box’ an exciting, free online educational curriculum aimed mainly at teens, teachers and even parents…who want to start learning with hands-on activities (through a series of video lessons) what it is like to do Pixar movies.
Boris FX and MacVideo Promo today announce a limited-time program that provides free, perpetual Media 100 site licenses to qualified educational institutions.
Attending LDI, ASLA and Greenbuild is a great way for students to improve their knowledge of their chosen craft while networking with world-renowned experts. The winners can attend LDI 2015, ASLA Annual Meeting and Expo or Greenbuild International Conference and Expo.
Project Ignite is a learning platform available to students of all ages that was created specifically to bring the essence of the Maker Movement to the classroom. The program includes free design software, step-by-step projects as well as hardware purchasing options, including 3D printing and electronics kits.
Students in varied design disciplines can enter the Vectorworks Design Scholarship with a chance to win up to $10,000 USD. The academic competition is open to both student groups and individual students.