The AIAS is pleased to announce the 2017 CRIT Editorial Team, led by newly appointed Editor-in-Chief Taylor Schaub, from the Illinois Institute of Technology. The 2017 CRIT team will be responsible for the publication of the Summer 81 (digital) and Winter 81 (print) editions.
“After working on CRIT Issue 80 last year, the collaboration and content effort put in by the team made it an exciting process that was incredibly rewarding when the issue was released. I’m honored to have been accepted as the Editor-in-Chief for the next two issues and can’t wait to begin planning the next steps with the rest of the contributors.” – Taylor Schaub
Taylor comes to the helm with her experience of being a part of the 2016 CRIT Editorial Team in which she co-authored one of the issue’s feature articles, along with her previous collaborations with well-known architectural blogs such as Life of An Architect and Entrepreneur Architect. She was also a part of the AIAS FORUM 2013 Planning Team and is the current President for IIT’s AIAS Chapter.
The 2017 CRIT Editorial Team will consist of:
Taylor Schaub, Illinois Institute of Technology
Madeline Dilustro, Savannah College of Art & Design
Rima Abousleiman, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Erik Danryd, Woodbury University
Erin Doering, Clemson University
Mary Geschwindt, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Tori Hertz, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Marcos Cruz Ortiz, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Awais Qazi, University of Maryland
Kire Stavrov, Aalto University, Finland
Brock Terwilleger, University of Memphis
Maggie Wohltjen, Auburn University
CRIT is the journal of the AIAS and the premier publication of student’s in architecture, design, and associated fields. Published since 1976, CRIT offers a variety of opportunities for AIAS members and acts as a forum for critical discourse and the dissemination of knowledge.
CRIT is your opportunity to distinguish yourself from your peers and provide you a competitive edge. CRIT presents opportunities for students to have their work published in a national journal that is read by thousands of students and is a part of the collections of nearly every architecture school library and a growing number of architecture firms.
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