Associate Director, Office for Socially Engaged Practice: Liz Kramer

Through community engaged courses, including studios and seminars, faculty and students in the Sam Fox School explore issues and sites relevant to the St. Louis community. This collection features materials from these courses. For more information about engagement in the St. Louis community through art, architecture, and design, contact Liz Kramer at kramer@wustl.edu.

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Browse the St. Louis Projects, Office for Socially Engaged Practice Collections:

2009 Fall Heyda Gaidis Elements of Urban Design

2010 Fall Heyda Gaidis Elements of Urban Design

2010 Fall Yates Disturbed Sites Junction

2011 Fall Heyda Gaidis Elements of Urban Design

2011 Fall Yates MLA Core Studio I

2014 Fall Freixas Railway Exchange

2015 Spring Art, Ecology, and Community in University City

2016 Fall Inclusion and Neighborhood Resilience with IISTL

2016 Spring Heyda Grand Center

2016 Spring Social Ecologies of Harlem

2017 Fall School Design for Resilience

2019 Spring Graduate Architecture Studio: Inclusion & Neighborhood Resilience (V2.0) Designing for Equity in Metamorphic Cities (Fox Park)

2019 Spring Shared Sites: Design for Intergenerational Aging

2019 Spring Undergraduate Landscape Architecture Studio

Fall 2019 Confluence: St. Louis and Hinterlands

Studio Books, Office for Socially Engaged Practice