Topic: "Things I Wish I Knew Before Graduation..." Tuskegee University Willcox C Building Room 130 Thursday, April 14th 5:00pm - 6:30pm CT Summary After graduating from 4+ years of school, emerging professionals often reflect on lessons learned while working in their first full-time positions, progressing through projects, networking, capitalizing on skills and more. While we, as professionals, continue to learn, grow, and go it is important for us to reflect on the awesome s
Three Influential African American Architects You Should Know About The Oaks, Booker T. Washington's home at the Tuskegee Institute, was designed by Robert R. Taylor and built in 1899. The first African-American architect to graduate from MIT and the country’s first academically trained black architect, Robert R. Taylor was truly groundbreaking. Born in North Carolina in 1868, he learned carpentry and construction from his father, a former slave, and worked as a construction
With a little over 2 weeks left, each TSACS student should have received a Google Calendar invite via Tuskegee University email for the 2016 Student Portfolio Competition. In the spirit of the spring rush to secure a summer internship or full-time position, TACAA highly encourages all students to take a moment to review, update, and submit their portfolios to this competition. Please click the image below to download the criteria package.
In the spirit of Professional Development Month, TACAA has encouraged students, emerging professionals and seasoned professionals to submit their resumes and portfolios for critique. You never know when you may have to forward your resume for a job opening, leadership opportunity, or to simply introduce yourself to another professional or company. As an initiative to build professional development skills among current students in the Robert R. Taylor School of Architecture an