Come connect with fellow alumni and friends in Houston!

Join us for a happy hour reception featuring representatives from DAAP and CEAS while you here what’s new in your college and at the University. College representatives include:

  • Tim Jachna, Dean, DAAP
  • Edward Mitchell, Director, DAAP School of Architecture and Interior Design
  • Anastasios Angelopoulos, Department Head of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, CEAS

Hosted by Larry Lander, DAAP ’79 of Planning Design Research Corporation.

Registration includes light appetizers and drinks.

Thursday, Oct. 10
5 - 7 p.m.

Planning Design Research Corporation
909 Fannin St.
Houston, TX 77010

Parking information can be found here. PDR is easily accessible by Houston’s light rail system, use the central stations.

Will we see you at TDECU Stadium? Come watch your Bearcats take on the Houston Cougars on Saturday, Oct. 11. Be sure to join us for the pregame tailgate!

Please RSVP by October 7

Timothy Jachna is an educator, architect and urbanist. His global background in professional practice and academia advances the artistic and real-world learning mission of UC’s world-renowned College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning.

Prior to his appointment at DAAP, Edward Mitchell was Associate Professor at the School of Architecture, Yale University, where he served as Director of the Post Professional program and coordinated the post-professional and graduate studios in architecture and urbanism. His award-winning practice has been recognized by the Architectural League of New York and the Boston Society of Architects. His two latest books “A Train of Cities” and “Common Wealth” are studies on the regional potentials in former industrial centers in Boston and South Coast Mass.

Angelopoulos earned his Ph.D. from Princeton and both a master’s and bachelor’s degree from Tufts University. His primary research interests include inorganic nanoparticle synthesis and assembly for electronics, fuel cells and batteries, as well as polymer membrane catalysts for next-generation optical sensors and the separation of toxic agents. He has dozens of publications, patents and conference presentations in his name, as well as substantial grant and contract experience with private industries, non-profit organizations, internal sources and federal funding agencies such as the National Science Foundation.

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