Well take you on a tour of the Parkside North Residential Building and the Hillside Gateway Building, which focus on the importance of shared and common spaces, community building amongst residents, and healthy, sustainable design. AICP CM 1.0 Unit, Challenges: Planning Alignment Tags: Community College; COVID-19; Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI); Hybrid Learning; Learning Environments; Learning Technology; Original Research; Student Services; Student Support Services, Presented by: Aiden Callison, Associate Architect AIBC, HCMA Architecture + Design | Bruce Denis, Owner/Consultant, Coast Mountain College | Bridie OBrien, Executive Director, Indigenization, Coast Mountain College. AICP CM 1.5 Unit The center relocated organizations from across campus and brought them together in a transformed 1950s-era science building, now seen as the go-to place for support in degree attainment. Reservation information: Tags: Campus Master Planning; Facilities Planning; Resiliency; Response Planning; Sustainability (Environmental). Successful planning starts with engagement, reflection, and action. How do decisions in one area of the college or university connect to decisions in another area? This session will share collaborative strategic planning techniques that Elon University and Davidson-Davie Community College (DDCC) used to build their planning cultures and include all stakeholders in envisioning how to navigate fiscal, demographic, and technological challenges. The 2011 National Architecture Firm Award Winner, BNIM is an innovative leader in designing high performance environments. At SCUPs Planning Institute, we help bring clarity to a complex process and bring your community together to unleash your institutions potential. Three universities will share recent residential building projects that support a first-year experience infused with academic and social engagement. Describe how to apply a coalition structure, where the capital project serves as a live-learn lab, to different campuses in different contexts. Develop strategies for acknowledging the mixed legacies of historical figures that your campus may be honoring. Assess your campus spaces from a DEI lens using specific criteria and metrics. Discuss the roots of Brutalism in post-WWII optimism, the reasons for its fall from grace, and how institutions can sustainably extend the useful life of Brutalist campus buildings. AICP CM 1.0 Unit, Planning Types: Campus Planning Discuss campus-wide sustainability options and balance what is visionary with what is achievable. City: Cleveland, OH . Advocate for processes that integrate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) values and address state and college priorities such as workforce development and student equity. Tags: Campus Master Planning; Carbon Neutral; Sustainability (Environmental); Urban Campus, Presented by: Bonita Brown, JD, Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, Northern Kentucky University. This session will illustrate how the University of California (UC) Irvines design-build process for a new graduate student housing complex helped its occupants to thrive. Anticipate challenges and opportunities in a dynamic and unpredictable world so your institution acts more than it reacts. Work collaboratively to address learning inequities in your campus built environment that may be having a negative impact on students ability to learn, find community, and achieve a sense of wellbeing. Come discuss and learn from a range of processes to strengthen your approach to DEI as a core component of planning for your institution. Coffee service will be available in the Grand Ballroom Foyer prior to the opening keynote. Whats next for higher education? Pacific 2022 Regional Conference March 23-25, 2022 Eugene, OR Hotel & Travel Access available session slides on the program page. Session Presenter(s): Identify your sessions presenter(s), What type of room set would you prefer to best enhance participant learning in your session? Long Beach is on the Blue (A) line, connecting to downtown Los Angeles, Staples Center and LA Live. Detail a process for encouraging university stakeholders to promote health and wellbeing as a core value in building projects. Use this link to add yourself to the waitlist. Examine and improve power and decision-making structures within your institution. Ask a series of questions that help frame future projects in the context of your institutions strategic goals. Identify methodologies for designing resilient facilities and leveraging programs with indoor/outdoor connections that take advantage of exterior use. As technology stakeholders from a range of organizational roles, well explore what did and didnt work during the pandemic and share plans for a future thats both physical and virtual. As youknow, any planning effort is designed to change the institution in a meaningful way, poised for success and nimble to adapt to a volatile environment. Forecasting higher educations long-term future, Integrating DEI values, principles, and goals into day-to-day work across the institution, Assessing and correcting structural racism at your institution, Designing equitable planning practices and processes, Integrated planning techniques and best practices, Planning during uncertainty and rapid change, Linking the academic plan with strategic enrollment management, Leading culture or organizational changequickly, Preparing your college or university for an uncertain future, Creating space for community, both physically and remotely. This session will explore how Australias RMIT University obtained efficiencies for its large STEM college professional services team of 400 staff by taking its decentralized school structure and pivoting to specialized college-based support. Planning Types: Information Technology Planning 621 SW Columbia Street Portland, OR 97201. Access a world of integrated planning resources, connections, and expertise-become a member! As a follow-up to a research study from the height of the pandemic, this session will compare institutions and their responses to equitable student support in regards to new tools and modes of engagement. Discussions and resources around the unresolved pain points affecting planning in higher educationboth emergent and ongoing. AIA LU 1.0 Unit (SCUP57C1841) Help stakeholders set aside differences and work together across boundaries to achieve your institutions goals. Pacific 2023 Regional Conference - SCUP Conferences & Programs Pacific 2023 Regional Conference March 27-29, 2023 University of California, Davis, Davis, CA Registration Update: This event is sold out. Explain the importance of flexibility to accommodate evolving pedagogies, professional study and training, and modes of thinking, doing, and making. Extraordinary times call for new approaches. Describe CSULBs process aimed at achieving Living Building Challenge certification for its two new campus housing buildings. Join Now. As higher education institutions sign on to climate and carbon commitments and develop climate action plans, a concerted effort needs to be made to take a social justice lens and ensure equitable distribution of the benefits of positive change. Analyze existing facilities and new projects on your campus to determine if they could meet WELL standards. NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the world's largest association dedicated to international education and exchange, invites you to the NAFSA 2022 Annual Conference & Expo. First-year student housing can be designed to encourage an engaging experience for students. Panelists will offer frank perspectives on how higher education and industry must rethink workforce development to improve communities, build corporations, and address social, economic, and environmental challenges and disparities. AICP CM 1.0 Unit, Planning Types: Campus Planning Identify qualitative and quantitative data collection methods to conduct space utilization studies. Participants will meet at Handlebar Tours, please allow 45 minutes to travel. AICP CM 1.0 Unit, Planning Types: Campus Planning 2022 National Conference Registration and Networking. Use stakeholder input to expand course and service options to increase revenue. Collaborative governance: Do key stakeholders have a voice in decision making? Apply a comprehensive suite of strategies in your planning processes to achieve a carbon neutral campus. More than 700 Civil Air Patrol members from across the United States attend the 2022 CAP National Conference, in Louisville, KY on Aug. 25, 2022. For institutions to succeed, technology and space must come together differently. Join us for an in-depth look at an academic facility that connects students with educators to foster imagination, critical thinking, and relationship building and champions the next generation of innovators who cross the boundaries of technology and creativity. Tags: Accessibility; Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI); Facilities Planning; Hybrid Learning; Information Technology; Learning Environments; Learning Technology; Technology, Presented by: Walter Goodwyn, Director, Office of Multicultural Engagement, Concordia University-Wisconsin | Michael Uden, Vice Provost, Student Enrollment and Engagement, Concordia University-Wisconsin. Identify methods for engaging your entire campus in strategic planning execution. Make the case for implementing Whole Life-Cycle Carbon (WLC) analysis and prioritizing these principles in your campus planning. Presented by: Frances Teves Associate Vice President, Government and External Affairs California State Polytechnic University, Pomona | Daniel K. Cairo Assistant Vice President, Equity Diversity and Inclusion, The University of Utah, Presented by: Michael McCormick, Partnerships Lead, Founder & President, Farallon Strategies, LLC | Megha Sinha, Principal, Urban Design and Planning, NBBJ | Meghan Fay Zahniser, Executive Director, The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) | Natale A. Zappia, Director, Institute for Sustainability Associate Professor, Department of History California State University, Northridge, Presented by: Jamienne S. Studley, President, WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) | Lynn Akey, Vice President for Student Success, Analytics and Integrated Planning, Minnesota State University-Mankato, Presented by: Rebecca Corbin, President & CEO, National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) | Lisa Kiplinger-Kennedy, Regional Director of Business & Entrepreneurship, Inland Empire Desert Regional Consortium | Bryan Mattimore, Co-Founder and Chief Idea Guy, Growth Engine Company, Presented by: Deborah Shepley, Principal, Gensler | Lev Gonick, Chief Information Officer, Arizona State University | Niraj Dangoria, Associate Dean Facilities Planning, Stanford University | Dave Broz, Faculty (Practitioner in Residence), Columbia College Chicago, Presented by: Terry Hartle, Senior Vice President of Government and Public Affairs, American Council on Education, Presented by: Cara Kreit, English Faculty & Education Planning Committee Co-Chair, College of Marin, Presented by: Allan Donnelly, Associate Director, brightspot strategy | Elliot Felix, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, brightspot strategy, Presented by: Bonita J. Tags: Facilities Design; Facilities Planning; Learning Commons; Library; Library Planning, Presented by: Rena Cheskis-Gold, Principal and Founder, Demographic Perspectives, LLC. Think fresh about the importance of the value of place as we return to campus.. Overview Meeting Legislative Rally February 27, 2023 Meeting CEO Roundtable March 12, 2023 Meeting Well provide you with step-by-step insight on how to explore the future of education, identify external forces, build desired states with your community, and take game-changing actions to future-proof your organization. AIA LU 1.0 Unit (SCUP57C1836) Video recording by participants and other attendees during any portion of the workshop or conference is not allowed without special prior written permission of SCUP. The SCUP 2022 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference will be in-person at the University of Virginia (UVA)! June 26-28. These iconic buildings are intermixed with a collection of sculptures and murals from the 1965 California International Sculpture Symposium, an event that focused on new industrial materials and artistic techniques of the era. AIA LU 1.0 Unit (SCUP57C2209) Engage with your campus community in a more open and inclusive planning process to build project support.