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On March 1, Michael Marshall addressed students at the University of Maryland as part of a lecture series planned by the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. The topic for Michael’s presentation was public/private partnerships.
Michael introduced the students to the public-private partnership model. He then took the time to review several relevant Marshall Moya projects in detail. Students were very interested to see how the model actually worked in practical applications.
In addition to the University of Maryland, Michael has spoken to student groups throughout the District, including at American University and Howard University. The firm also regularly invites students from local universities into their offices to get an inside look at the day-to-day enterprise of a busy practice.