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Carol Kurth Architecture + Interiors has been an active member of the AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley Chapter for more than 25 years. Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, has served as a Chapter Board Member for several terms, leading activities and programs that engage, support, and serve Chapter members and constituents.
Visit the AIA Westchester+Hudson Valley Chapter website for information about upcoming events and membership opportunities.
Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, founded the Women in Architecture Committee, which encourages the development and involvement of women leaders within the AIA and the profession. Through mentorship, continuing education, and industry networking opportunities, the Committee seeks to recognize and promote the role of women architects. The Committee frequently partners with WIA AIA New York Chapter and the Beverly Wills Foundation on important initiatives. All AIA members are invited to participate.
Please contact email@example.com to join the Women in Architecture Committee or to host or sponsor a Committee event.
Carol Kurth Architecture + Interiors is an active and creative collaborator with the AIA Westchester + Hudson Valley Chapter in teaching this design-oriented after-school program at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School in Yonkers, NY. Working with groups of 20 to 25 young students, volunteer teachers use hands-on design-related projects as the means for investigating such disciplines as physics, geometry, and mathematics.
To become a volunteer teacher or to learn more about the AIA Design Club, please contact Valerie Brown, Chapter Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, is an alumna of the CCNY School of Architecture and serves as a board member of the CCNY Alumni Association and as the Past President of the CCNY Spitzer School of Architecture Alumni Group. Carol is a dynamic leader committed to teaching design, reconnecting alumni, and supporting CCNY and the Spitzer School of Architecture.
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An alumna of the CCNY Spitzer School of Architecture (SSA), Carol Kurth, FAIA, created the Carol J. Weissman Kurth Women in Architecture Scholarship and the CCNY/Bronx High School of Science Carol J.W. Kurth Architecture Scholarship. Both are awarded to academically distinguished students pursuing Bachelor of Architecture degrees at the CCNY SSA.
Please contact email@example.com for more information about the CCNY Carol J. Weissman Kurth Women in Architecture Scholarship or the CCNY/Bronx High School of Science Carol J.W. Kurth Architecture Scholarship.
Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, and her team are proud to support CCNY’s Team New York Solar Decathlon entry “The Solar RoofPod.”
View more 2011 Solar Decathlon photography at the Albert Vecerka/ESTO website
Read more about the Solar Roof Pod at the CCNY Press Center
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Carol Kurth Architecture + Interiors offers a for-credit program affiliated with A Senior Program for Internships, Research, and Enrichment (ASPIRE), a national project, and with Westchester Individualized Senior Experience (WISE), in which seniors in area high schools spend 20 to 30 hours a week for an entire semester.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Carol J.W. Kurth, FAIA, is involved with the American Cancer Society (ACS) as an Advisory Board member volunteer, speaker, event organizer, and architectural advisor. She is currently serving on the Strategic Engagement/Corporate and Distinguished Partners Sub-Committee of the ACS Westchester-Rockland BOA.
For more than a decade, the firm has sponsored a team for the Making STRIDES Against Breast Cancer and a RELAY FOR LIFE. In 2008, Carol’s ongoing commitment was honored with the ACS Leadership and Humanitarian Award.
Visit the American Cancer Society website for more information.