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Outreach Director and Founder

CUBE-community based education
Phone: (520) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Tucson , Arizona , United States
5328 W. 67Th Street
Prairie Village , Kansas 66208
United States

Company Description: CUBE, the Center for Understanding the Built Environment, specializes in community-based education workshops which bring together educators, kids and community...   more

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CUBE Lesson Plan Developers, 26 July 2013 [cached]
Ginny Graves Founder and Outreach Director of CUBE
CUBE Founder and Director Ginny Graves, 26 July 2013 [cached]
Ginny Graves | Author's Bio
Ginny Graves
As founder and outreach director of CUBE (The Center for Understanding the Built Environment ) and regional education coordinator for the American Institute of Architects, Ginny Graves has taught hundreds of teachers how to implement architecture and historic preservation programs in the nation's schools through curriculum development, publications, workshops, and a national information network.
This network, in turn, has helped educate thousands of students. Graves' work has been recognized by The American Institute of Architects (honorary membership, 1990); by The National Trust for Historic Preservation (Honor award, 1992); Governor of Kansas (Kansas Governor's Arts Award); and the National Continuing Education Association (NCEA). Ginny conducts workshops nationwide and is a Pied Piper for the CUBE message.
For The Educator - AIA Charlotte, 3 Dec 2013 [cached]
Ginny Graves, an Honorary Member of the American Institute of Architects for her work with children and founder of CUBE, continues to produce outstanding curriculum and activities, including Box City and Walk Around the Block, for all age groups.
Each student is given a role ..., 13 Mar 2007 [cached]
Each student is given a role to play in mock city-planning hearings, for instance, "children quickly learn that the person who speaks out rules the city," says Ginny Graves of the Center for Understanding the Built Environment."And that that person may not always be the one who knows the most or is doing right by the city."She adds that one of the main purposes of Box City is to "raise the awareness of people who feel helpless about what's happening around them and to show youngsters how they can be a part of the process."
CUBE and Schools - CUBE, 26 Mar 2006 [cached]
45 years ago, Ginny and Dean started teaching us to teach others about the value of our built environment - through the technique of Box City - in 1968!
In 1983, with help from architects, preservationists and educators, Ginny Graves established The Center for Understanding the Built Environment.
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