The College of Design Student Services Office is holding its annual Recruitment Fair on Thursday, February 22, 2018, from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on the first and second floors of Lawrence Hall.
Participating firms representing architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture, historic preservation and planning disciplines will embed throughout the first and second floors of Lawrence Hall to meet students as potential employees or interns. This event is title-sponsored by Perkins + Will and FFA Architecture and Interiors.
This free event is open to current students and no sign-up or registration is required.
With over 25 years of experience, Jim approaches each design with a sense of place that creates a timeless environment for both present and future users. His global experience as a landscape architect includes the planning, design, and management of a wide range of projects, including institutional campuses, civic spaces, urban landscapes, transit-oriented corridors, national parks, recreation resorts, and planned residential communities.
Jim brings expertise in working within complex multi-jurisdictional settings and adeptly builds consensus with diverse client and community groups as part of a collaborative process. With a diverse portfolio that extends across the West Coast and the Pacific, Jim is currently working on Mana’olana, a 96-key Mandarin Oriental Hotel and 120 unit branded residential tower in the Ala Moana district in Honolulu; Assembly at North First, a 40 acre R&D campus located in the heart of Silicon Valley; and Hoakelei, a multi-use, master planned, ocean-front community located approximately 20 miles west of Downtown Honolulu.
Jim has contributed to several professional journals, guest lectured at University of California, Berkeley and Louisiana State University, and his work has been recognized by ULI, ASLA and the APA.
Join experts from the private, public, and academic sectors as we look at how autonomous vehicles, e-commerce, and the sharing economy are impacting cities.
Emerging technologies are having profound effects not only on how we live, move, and spend our time in cities, but also increasingly on urban form and development itself.
Planners, architects, landscape architects, developers, academics and many others will come together for presentations, sessions, and interactive workshops and charrettes to learn about the secondary impacts of emerging technologies on land uses, urban design, transportation, and real estate markets and the implications of these changes for equity, the environment, the economy, and governance.