Yale Daily News Talks with Deborah about Berkeley-Rupp Prize

12 SEP 2012 - On the occasion of this week’s announcement that Deborah Berke has been awarded the first-ever Berkeley-Rupp Architecture Professorship and Prize, the Yale Daily News speaks with Deborah about her commitment to the advancement of women in architecture and her focus on sustainability and the community. Read the brief interview here.

The Berkeley-Rupp Prize awards $100,000, a semester-long professorship, a public lecture and gallery exhibit at U.C. Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design. Beyond sharing their knowledge and passion with students and faculty, one of the stated goals of the Berkeley-Rupp Prize is to offer recipients the time and resources to pursue thinking and interests outside of the daily practice of architecture. Read more about the Berkeley-Rupp Prize at this link.