In the spring term, students work in teams of two or three on community projects, providing design solutions that strive to fit the particular needs of the clients to the specific ecology of the site and uphold the school’s mission. Comments received at the presentations help guide revisions the students will make over the final weeks of the term.

This spring, Conway’s Class of 2015 is working on community-scale team projects for public and nonprofit clients from as nearby as Chicopee, and as distant as Puntarenas, Costa Rica.

We were pleased to welcome three distinguished guest critics (Peter Flinker, Renate Gebauer, and Kate Cholakis ’11), along with many project clients, family, friends, and alums of the school. It was standing room only!