Special Lecture: Malik S. Benjamin Megalopolis: Tangible, Intangible and Defunct Networks

Thursday, February 05, 6:00 p.m.7:00 p.m.
Sullivan Center,
36 S. Wabash Ave., room 1226
Chicago, IL
United States

Malik S. Benjamin earned his BArch from Cornell University and a double MArch—Computing & Design and Urban Design—from the University of Miami. He is a Knight Foundation Scholar, Miami Foundation Fellow, Director of Program Innovation at the FIU School of Architecture, and Managing Director of the Institute of Collaborative Innovation, where he conducts applied research focused on "evolution of cities through tangible, intangible and defunct networks."