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Equity by Design and The Missing 32%

by Stefee Knudsen

I have spent most of my career avoiding the topic of “Women in Architecture.” After all, is there any workplace issue that is only an issue for women? Men have families. Men need mentoring. Men struggle with their goals and career path. AND, if I talk about being a woman, am I looking for special treatment? Or will I be perceived as a complainer? Worse yet, will I be labeled based on my gender rather than my actions? Surely, if I just work hard and am effective, I will be treated equitably and fairly. Right?

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Re-imagining Portland’s Grant High School in 100 years

by Laurie Canup

What will Portland look like in 100 years? What does resiliency mean and how does it apply to Portland’s schools? What climate issues will we face in the next century?

Several of us here at THA formed a team to learn about these challenges and design solutions to address them last week, in a “Design Slam Competition” at the AIA Center for Architecture.

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