The theme of SITREP.at [New York] 2013 is Pervious, NYC
“Pervious” refers to the intrinsic porosity, susceptibility, or vulnerability of even a major, thoroughly-developed city like New York City.
The SITREP.at [New York] 2013 study program is intended for advanced students and recent graduates of programs in Architecture and Urban Planning worldwide. In particular, prospective Participants may already be intending to study or work in the United States or New York City, but do not yet have the benefit of a supporting network. Additionally, motivated candidates with more diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Participation in SITREP.at [New York] 2013 will provide you with:
Expert training in the study of Urbanity through the on-site study of New York City, the densest, most populous and diverse metropolis in the United States, with a population of over 8 million who speak up to 800 different languages.
First-hand association with renowned experts in Urbanity through our guest lectures and discussion panels. (See our Program Schedule for the full list of lecturers and panelists.)
Access to an extended network of educators at Architecture and Urban Planning programs based in universities and institutions throughout the United States.
Personal recommendations for school applications and employment.
Direct connections to a wide range of architecture and planning firms in the United States.
Intensive exposure to work and life in New York City.
You will also receive:
Co-authorship of the resulting SITUATION REPORT.
Membership in the ever-expanding SITREP.at alumni network worldwide.
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