Innovating Higher Education through the Built Environment
The way in which students are consuming information is evolving at the same rate as technology. In a study conducted by Barnes and Noble College looking at GenZ, 51% of surveyed students said they learn best by doing while only 12% said they learn through listening. Without facilities and spaces to accommodate these changes, college institutions will be stuck in the past and will not able to adapt in the competitive environment.
Institutions need to rethink holistically how to prepare students for the future and the best way to deliver that information. By reevaluating the benefits that different spaces deliver to students' learning, colleges can expand education beyond the traditional classroom format to foster an environment of continuous active learning.
The 6th Future Learning Spaces taking place in Boston, MA November 18-20, 2019 will gather teams of university leaders who have created spaces for students and faculty to thrive in. Find out how these universities have created agile, sustainable, and enriching environments for everyone involved on campus.
Core Themes for 2019
- Transform the student experience through campus development
- Designing and implementing active learning spaces
- Multi-stakeholder management for effective program delivery
- Creating physical spaces that are sustainable, inclusive and effective
- Kathy Monteiro, Director of Planning, Design & Construction, Bucknell University
- Wiebke Kuhn, Associate Director of the Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, Auburn University
- Bradley Prater, Campus Architect, Auburn University
- Scott Simkins, Senior Lecturer, Auburn University
- Richard Yeager, Director for Campus Planning, University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Sia Kushna, Group Head, Project Development and Partnering, Plenary Group
- Carol Pepper-Kittredge, Statewide Project Manager, CCC Maker
- Deborah Bird, Technical Assistance Provider, CCC Maker
- Patricia Lowe, Executive Director/University Title IX/ADA Coordinator of Office for Institutional Diversity, Boston College
- Edward Kairiss, Director of Faculty Development and Innovation, Bryant University
- Musa Pam, Director of Operations, Logistics & Support, Brown University
- Michael Soulios, Director Of Technology at HBX, Harvard Business School
- Sarah Hutton, Head of Student Success and Engagement, University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Rebecca Reznik-Zellen, Head of the Science and Engineering Library, University of Massachusetts Amherst
- Steve Goodwin, Deputy Chancellor and Chief Planning Officer, UMass Amherst
- Dano Weisbord, Director of Sustainability and Campus Planning, Smith College
- Kevin Shea, Professor of Chemistry, Smith College
- Daniel Case, Director of Academic Technology, Carroll College
- Meredith Motz, Lab Manager, Sandbox ColLABorative at Southern New Hamphsire University
- James Brand, Director, Space & Capital Planning, Northeastern University
- Alison Tejeda, Director of Conferences and Events, Suffolk University
- Shaun Curry, Director of Project Management, University Of Massachusetts Boston
- Jarisha Farrer, Assistant Director for Multicultural Student Development, Appalachian State University
- Dr Brian Eisenhauer, Director of the Office of Sustainability and Professor of Social Science, Plymouth State University
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VenueKimpton Marlowe Hotel
25 Edwin H Land Blvd, 02141
Boston, Cambridge, MA, USA
A special room rate of $219 for the dates 11/17/19-11/19/19 has been established to make your reservation. Simply call 1-800-368-2544 and give the group name IQPC.
Please make your reservation immediately as this hotel will sell out. The cut-off date for this room block is 11/4/19.
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