Creating a Social Framework: A Call to Action through Data-Driven Parameters
Register here to join DLR Group and your international A4LE colleagues to discuss how we can address a post-COVID world through a design framework that can be rapidly prototyped to addresses diverse global needs. Together, we will explore topics such as the social and virtual realities that will shape academic, social, and emotional advancements for students within an architectural context, and consider how and what criteria can best be blended to leverage return on investment.
Hosting this series will be DLR Group Senior Principal Jim French, FAIA, DLR Group Senior Associate Bonnie Sanborn, and DLR Group Principal Pam Loeffelman, FAIA. Along with guest panelists from the world of education, each session will feature a 30-minute presentation followed by an interactive, 30-minute dialogue.
West-MEC Southwest Campus in Buckeye, Arizona by DLR Group.
- Who: Jim French, senior principal, DLR Group; Bonnie Sanborn, senior associate, DLR Group; Pam Loeffelman, principal, DLR Group; Premnath Sundharam, principal, DLR Group; Krisan Osterby, principal, DLR Group; Jana Silsby, principal, DLR Group.
- What: Engaging VALUES to Create Resiliency.
Any integrated and comprehensive planning process should include a prioritization of recommended improvements for buildings, open space, utilities and infrastructure, based on the institutional mission, vision, values, and strategic planning. Community Colleges are often at the forefront in connecting K-12 learning with higher education and incorporating planning for programs from early childhood education to Veterans and adult learners.
- Where: A4LE-hosted Online Webinar
Register for Part Five here
- When: Monday, June 1 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT