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USC Expands Architecture Program with Focus on Facades

Aug 23rd, 2022

The University of Southern California (USC) is doing its part to educate architecture students about facades. The school recently added a building facade art, science and technology certificate program to its curriculum. The program is designed to offer students an avenue to develop the knowledge and skills for careers in facade system design, fabrication, delivery […]

Glass Boot Camp Gives Architecture Students Glazing Insight

Dec 8th, 2017

Architects create a building’s concept, but glaziers are among the workers who bring a design to life. To bridge the gap between design and construction, the Southern California Glass Management Association (SCGMA), Local Union 636 and the Southern California Glaziers Apprenticeship have collaborated to host Glazing Boot Camps since 2015. USC architecture students and apprentice […]

A Call to Action

Jul 15th, 2016

Education—or lack thereof—for glass, glazing and facades is something the industry has talked about for years. Little, though, has changed. I’ve sat through many meetings and conferences where the subject is discussed … Architects get little to no education on glass; where’s the glass-specific training for those wanting to enter this field? We need to […]

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