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A Conversation with Amy Slattery, 2011 Young Architect Award Winner

AIA Podcast Covers Diverse Issues Facing Young Architects

BNIM's Amy Slattery, AIA is joined by Tu-Anh Bui, a designer at LHB Inc. in Minneapolis, to discuss professional professional involvement, mentoring and the role of women in the profession in this Podcast moderated by Michael Crosbie, Ph.D., AIA.

Amy Slattery is an Associate at BNIM. In recent years, Amy served as a Project Architect for the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City, Missouri, and the new state-of-the-art WIN-GEM building for the school of engineering at UCLA. Through her involvement with the AIA at local, regional and national levels, she has emerged as a national voice advocating for diversity and emerging professionals.

One of two recipients of the honor this year is Tu-Anh Bui, a designer at LHB Inc. in Minneapolis. Tu-Anh has aimed her focus at designing sustainable, affordable homes in Minnesota, with a career mission to help alleviate homelessness. In addition to an active involvement with AIA Minnesota, Tu-Anh has been a member of Architecture for Humanity's Minnesota chapter since 2005 and collaborated in the design of a community building in Sri Lanka, a school in Uganda, and homeless lockers in her hometown.

Click to find listening options for the Podcast.

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A Conversation with Amy Slattery, 2011 Young Architect Award Winner
AIA Podcast Covers Diverse Issues Facing Young Architects

BNIM's Amy Slattery, AIA is joined by Tu-Anh Bui, a designer at LHB Inc. in Minneapolis, to discuss professional professional involvement, mentoring and the role of women in the profession in this Podcast moderated by Michael Crosbie, Ph.D., AIA.

Amy Slattery is an Associate at BNIM. In recent years, Amy served as a Project Architect for the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City, Missouri, and the new state-of-the-art WIN-GEM building for the school of engineering at UCLA. Through her involvement with the AIA at local, regional and national levels, she has emerged as a national voice advocating for diversity and emerging professionals.

One of two recipients of the honor this year is Tu-Anh Bui, a designer at LHB Inc. in Minneapolis. Tu-Anh has aimed her focus at designing sustainable, affordable homes in Minnesota, with a career mission to help alleviate homelessness. In addition to an active involvement with AIA Minnesota, Tu-Anh has been a member of Architecture for Humanity's Minnesota chapter since 2005 and collaborated in the design of a community building in Sri Lanka, a school in Uganda, and homeless lockers in her hometown.

Click to find listening options for the Podcast.