process has begun to find faculty for Laurentian University’s School of
being sought for the charter class, expected to launch in September 2013. The
interviewing and selection process will take place over the next six weeks.
Candidates will give public talks on architecture projects and approaches each
Monday at the school’s office in downtown Sudbury, starting at 5:30 p.m.
“We are very
pleased with the calibre of the applicants, and the range of experience they
represent,” said Dr. Terrance Galvin, the school’s founding director, in a news
candidates from schools and from architecture firms in Canada and the U.S., and
we have people coming in from Kuujjuaaq in northern Quebec to Connecticut. This
is a very good start, and an exciting step in the process of building our
candidates for positions in a faculty of architecture typically deliver talks
for the selection committee, according to Dr. Galvin.
taking that tradition and extending it into the community, so that anyone
interested in learning about architecture will have the opportunity to hear and
to enjoy these discussions,” he said.
Architecture faculty are expected to begin their work early in January.