Big Red Talks
In this project, the grant recipient fostered a student-initiated discussion forum to address the role of architecture as an agent of change. Under the organization Big Red Talks, the student engaged in panels to address how activism can be embedded into architecture. This project utilized the power of discussions and collaborative thinking to foster a space where the connection between architecture and social justice could be explored.
College of Architecture, Art and Planning '21
Serve in Place Fund
Supporting students who are collaborating with communities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.