Showing posts from June, 2014

AC Requirement Course

American Studies 170AC – Race and Representation in US Culture, CCN  11510 

Yerba Buena Center- Market Street Prototyping Festival

 October 2–4, two miles of San Francisco’s main thoroughfare from the Embarcadero to 9th Street will be the site of an outdoor exhibition of up to 50 design projects commissioned by the Festival that aim to improve public spaces in a way that broadly engages the community and encourages them to think differently about the city’s streets and squares We are announcing an open call for proposals for design submissions that will be accepted through July 3, 2014. Please help us spread the word to your patrons and networks about the call for entries. For more information, go to

Big Ideas Courses

All of these are team taught, by at least two faculty members from completely different departments. For fall we have these courses: Art and Science, which can satisfy AL or HS breadth Origins: From the Big Bang to the Emergence of Humans (Bio or Phys Sci breadth) Oceans (Bio or Phys Sci breadth) And our newest course: Human Fertility: Biology, Culture and Choice (satisfies Bio Sci or SBS breadth). In addition, there are two courses, one especially for new undecided freshmen and the other for any undergraduate: L&S 1 : Exploring the Liberal Arts gives new students a great overview of the intellectual riches of the college. This is an ideal course for undecided freshmen. It's two units P/NP. L&S 10: The On the Same Page class. Take this one-unit, pass/no pass class if you want to earn credit for reading this year's book, Freedom's Orator, and participating in On the Same Page activities in the fall.

City of San Francisco Internship Engineering • Architecture • Landscape Architecture • Planning • Surveying • GIS • Computer Science/Information Services The City and County of San Francisco is seeking student interns for various architecture/engineering disciplines, to provide support to in-house Engineering • Architecture • Landscape Architecture • Planning • Surveying • GIS • ITT staff. The City Departments that employ interns are the Airport Commission (SFO), Department of Building Inspection (DBI), MTA Municipal Railway (Muni), MTA Department of Parking and Traffic (DPT), Port of San Francisco (Port), Public Utilities Commission (PUC), Department of Public Works (DPW), and Recreation and Park Department (RPD). Interns will gain on-the-job experience under the guidance of experienced professional engineers, architects, planners and surveyors. Interns will participate in various activities in the respective City Departments. Application packages must be submitted onl

Short Job

CED Architecture alum Rodney Friedman ('56) has need of a couple of students to help him take some measurements of a property at 79 Canyon Road, just above campus. The property will ultimately be turned into a dormitory type facility after extensive remodeling. Mr. Friedman is offering $20 / hour and is open to anyone who could use a few bucks. Please contact Mr. Friedman directly at or 415-435-3956

Drafter/Job Captain Posting AXIA architects

AXIA is an architectural family strongly grounded in the craft of Architecture, experiencing a youthful transformation, with a dedication to a broad base of clients and building types. If you approach your projects and commitment to your clients with equal passion, we should talk. We are looking for talented individuals with long term growth potential for the position of Drafter/Job Captain.  Must be proficient in Revit and AutoCAD, preferably version 2012 or 2013.  Must have experience in an architectural office.  Experience as a Job Captain on commercial/institutional projects preferred.  Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of Revit, AutoCAD, MS Word and Excel, current edition of the CBC and the ability to create an architectural plan set with minimal instruction.  Must be able to explore design options and implement design concepts  I.T. knowledge desirable.  This position entails responsibility of modeling & detailing of building components, development of constructi

Lyft / Uber / Sidecar

Part-time, flexible, and paid research opportunity available. We're hiring student assistants to survey users of these services. Come be part of this new research opportunity. Job Title: Student Assistant II, $13.10 Dates: Late May - Early July, ~10 hrs/week Duties: Under the coordination and scheduling of a senior survey researcher, the survey worker will recruit and conduct intercept surveys with subjects in San Francisco on the topic of on-demand ridesharing. The survey worker will approach potential respondents on the street in pairs, ask if they are willing to take a short survey, obtain their permission, and ask the respondent scripted survey questions. Apply through Callisto (Job ID #858640), or contact Nelson Chan at for more information.

American Culture Credit

Finish in three (3) weeks (at the end of summer) American Studies- 170AC- Race and Representation in US Culture For Session E (July 28th-August 15th) CCN: 11510