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Schreyer’s Favorite Places Open-Source Project Implemented at Smith College (Jul 3rd, 2014)

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As it turned out, finding the places that really matter to people on a campus wasn’t just for UMass. Smith College now has their own “Favorite Places” app. Implemented by Jon Caris, director of the Spatial Analysis Lab at Smith, this web app now allows anyone at Smith to share their experiences on and around their campus. The […]

Commencement 2014 (May 10th, 2014)

Cool sign, guys!

We had the absolute pleasure to congratulate our graduating undergrad (BS) and grad (MS) students today and yesterday at UMass’ commencement. Most but definitely not all of our undergrads are shown in the image above. Below are more impressions from these ceremonies. We are so proud of you all!!! All the best from us.

Schreyer Presents at 2014 SketchUp 3D Basecamp in Vail, CO (May 1st, 2014)

As part of the 2014 iteration of Trimble’s SketchUp 3D Basecamp conference, BCT Program Director Alexander Schreyer presented on “Components are our friends: How component-based modeling can improve your life” and gave a workshop (together with Daniel Tal) on “Plugins and Scripting for Architects”. This conference, held in Vail, CO was attended by approximately 250 practitioners […]

Schreyer tests Live Oak wood for Smithsonian Channel’s show (May 22nd, 2013)

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As part of a documentary on the background behind Peter Weir’s maritime masterpiece, “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.”, Alexander Schreyer (Lecturer and Assistant Program Director in BCT) conducted several tests on Live Oak, a wood species that gave the USS Constitution the nickname “Old Ironsides”. In these tests, which were filmed by […]

Schreyer Receives 2012 CNS College Outstanding Service/Outreach Award (Dec 12th, 2012)

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Alexander C. Schreyer, Lecturer and Assistant Program Director in BCT, received the UMass College of Natural Sciences (CNS) 2012 Outstanding Service/Outreach Award. This award honors his work spearheading various projects that provided exceptional service to UMass in the fields of promotion, campus planning, alumni relations, public outreach and administration.