EDI and a commitment to equitable and just practices are central to many of our goals. The College is committed to extending the focus to curriculum and community, and the impact within BE professions. You can find details here.
- Civic Resilience during COVID 19
- Mobile Cities
- Nehemiah Initiative
- Urban Commons Lab
- ARC – EDI related research
- Urban Environmental Justice Initiative
NOMA, The National Organization of Minority Architects, Pacific Northwest
ARCH + EDI
LARCH + EDI
UDP + EDI
RE PAC Initiative
If you are interested in getting involved in any of the college social justice, equity, diversity activities please reach out to Brittany Faulkner (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will help you find the best place for you to engage
January 20, 2023
After adopting our strategic framework nearly two years ago in 2021, the beginning of the year offers us a great opportunity to reflect and celebrate on what we have accomplished so far and where we plan to go. To learn more about our college’s efforts and outcomes towards these goals, please see the strategic plan…
January 16, 2023
This year, on Monday, January 16th, we honor the 40th anniversary of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday becoming federal law. Dr. King was a renowned civil rights leader and activist who believed deeply in equity and justice, and lived out his commitment to that in his words and actions.
July 8, 2022
New research from the University of Washington, published June 2 in Food Policy, addressed equity issues surrounding sweetened beverage taxes by examining the economic equity impacts of sweetened beverage taxes in three cities: Seattle, San Francisco and Philadelphia. Philip Hurvitz, affiliate associate professor of urban design and planning is a co-author. | UW News
June 23, 2022
Dean Cheng was one of the keynote speakers at this year's AIA Conference. See what she had to say about the role of an architect during this unique moment in time.
June 16, 2022
Architecture 508 Graduate Research Studio students talked about their ideas and solutions to add more housing in Seattle -- a well-timed discussion as Seattle is updating its comprehensive plan. | KUOW