David looked a several schools before deciding on RWU, which stood out for its architecture program and for its sense of community. He wasted no time getting involved, and today, David is the president of the RWU chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students and a resident assistant. His involvement with AIAS has led him to partnerships with RWU’s Historic Preservation Society—the group hosted an event at Linden Place recently, and a partnership with RISD students. David even found the time to take on an internship with MASS Design Group, a non-profit firm out of Boston, Mass, which offered him full-time employment upon graduation. David built his future at RWU.