School of Architecture

Michael O. Garvey | October 4, 2016

Thomas Smith

The University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture will convene a colloquium Oct. 10 (Monday) honoring the 40-year career of a faculty member who helped it become the nation’s foremost institution for the study of classical and traditional architecture.

The colloquium, Classical Architecture: Explore, Build, Teach, will concern the work of architecture professor Thomas Gordon Smith, who served as chair of the School of Architecture at Notre Dame from 1989 to 1998.

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