SPS Alumna Speaks Up For "A Day Without a Woman"

In a new piece from Architect Magazine, women in architecture spoke up on the Women's Strike, "A Day Without a Woman," that occurred on March 8th, International Women's Day.

For 2012 SPS Landscape Design graduate Katherine Aul, the founder and principal landscape designer of her firm Staghorn, it was important to participate in the strike: "I am protesting because on a local level, without myself, my firm, and much of my team, a sizable swath of New York City’s backyard and rooftop gardens would never have been designed, built, or maintained."

Read the piece in full at Architect Magazine, and learn more about graduate programs in Construction Administration.