Architecture students receive funding to attend ‘Mississippi Celebrates Architecture’ symposium

November 15th, 2015 Comments Off on Architecture students receive funding to attend ‘Mississippi Celebrates Architecture’ symposium

Barefield Workplace Solutions sponsors Charles Hooker (right center - blue shirt) and Felipe Zuluaga (left center - green jacket) stand with fifth-year architecture students and faculty outside of the Mississippi Celebrates Architecture annual program. © 2015 Barrett Photography: Michael & Dianne ALL RIGHTS RESERVED www.barrettphotography.com

Barefield Workplace Solutions sponsors Charles Hooker (right center – blue shirt) and Felipe Zuluaga (left center – green jacket) stand with fifth-year architecture students and faculty at the Mississippi Celebrates Architecture annual program. © 2015 Barrett Photography: Michael & Dianne ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
www.barrettphotography.com

Fifth-year students in the Mississippi State University School of Architecture received funding from Barefield Workplace Solutions (Representatives: Charles Hooker and Felipe Zuluaga) and Construction Market Data (Representative: Laura Marlow) to attend the Mississippi Celebrates Architecture symposium.

Mississippi Celebrates Architecture is an annual program of events presented by AIA Mississippi. The program, which consists of a Design Awards Celebration, a Public Outreach & Exhibition and an Educational Symposium, promotes and celebrates the role of architecture in Mississippi’s culture.

AIA Mississippi is the professional organization of Mississippi’s Architects, the Mississippi Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.  AIA Mississippi strives to meet the needs of its members, advance communities and make the world a better place for all to live, work and play. They view thoughtful planning, ongoing discussion and sharing of ideas among members and key constituents as critical to their success.