Undergraduates

Undergraduate Architecture Association
The Boston University Undergraduate Architecture Association works to support students in furthering their interest of architectural and design topics. UAA promotes an atmosphere of both conceptual discussion and hands on experience. It is a resource to students looking to converse about a unique subject as well as to those considering the professional practices of Architecture, Urban Design & Planning, and Preservation, among other fields. The Association sponsors professional panels, portfolio development workshops, site visits, lectures, graduate program visits, and more throughout the academic year. Events in recent years have included a visit to the Walter Gropius House, the MIT School of Architecture + Planning, and a panel featuring professionals from MASS Design Group and Pinkcomma Gallery.

Undergraduate History of Art & Architecture Association
HAAA is an undergraduate student-run organization. We are open to anyone, regardless of major or knowledge of art history & architecture. Throughout the year, we organize some great activities, such as museum visits, a trip to New York City, and guest speakers. We hold career advising sessions to help those interested in an art-related career decide what to do and how to do it.

 

Graduate

Graduate Student History of Art & Architecture Association
GSHAAA strives to deepen our knowledge of art history, to support our graduate students’ art-historical endeavors and departmental life, and to provide funding (when possible) and academic and professional development opportunities to our budding scholars.

SEQUITUR 
SEQUITUR is an online scholarly journal produced by the graduate students of the Department of History of Art & Architecture (HAA) at Boston University.
Founded in 2014 under the aegis of the Graduate Student History of Art & Architecture Association (GSHAAA) in collaboration with HAA, SEQUITUR is a biannual publication dedicated to addressing current events, issues, and personalities in art and architectural history.