Carnegie Mellon University

Alumni Association


CHI - Lunch and Lecture with Steve Lee

Join the Chicago Alumni Network as we welcome fellow alumnus, Steve Lee (A'75), Head of School of Architecture, for this unique opportunity to receive a firsthand update on the innovative and collaborative work taking place at CMU!

With a unique focus on sustainable urbanism, the School of Architecture is committed to exploring creative, integrated solutions to improve the quality of life in our cities and the sustainability of the places we inhabit. The School of Architecture’s innovative pedagogy introduces integrated project delivery methods and democratic decision-making processes, while simultaneously developing critical thinking skills to prepare the next generation of architects and urban designers.

We hope that you'll join us for what will be an engaging discussion!

Stephen Lee - AIA, LEED AP, Head of Architecture
Professor Lee's activities focus on issues of systems integration, material innovation, renewable energy and the integrated design process for high performance commercial and residential architecture. He is a LEED accredited professional and provides sustainable design consulting services for institutional and commercial clients in Europe, Asia, Canada and the United States. Innovative sustainable projects on which Professor Lee has been involved include the Armstrong World Industries Susquehanna House (Lancaster, PA), the Jean Canfield Government of Canada Building (Charlottetown, PEI), the PA Department of Environmental Protection South Central Office Building (Harrisburg, PA), Alcoa Fjardaal Smelter (Reydarfjordur, Iceland), Pittsburgh Green Innovators, International Union of Operating Engineer's Training Facility and Phipps Conservatory (Pittsburgh, PA) and the Robert L. Preger Intelligent Workplace, Stever House, Henderson House, the CIC Building and the Gates Center (Carnegie Mellon Campus). He was featured in the October issue of Carnegie Mellon Today.

$15 per person, includes lunch and lecture.

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