Cancelled: North Central Symposium | Planning with Partners: Campus and Community

January 1, 1970
Washington University in St Louis, St. Louis, MO

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When multiple physical, political, and financial perspectives and considerations must be considered in planning and project implementation, partnership must come first. During this one-day symposium speakers and panelists will share their ideas, challenges, and successes planning for development on or near institutions of higher education and how partnerships and collaborations with the various on-campus and off-campus communities of stakeholders are vital the project’s success.

Henry Webber, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Administrative Officer at Washington University in St. Louis, will serve as the keynote speaker addressing the critical role of anchor institutions in urban communities. Mr. Weber brings a unique perspective as he is also Professor of Practice at the Brown School and the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, in addition to his administrative duties at the university.

The day’s speakers and panelists include leaders from Washington University in St. Louis, the St. Louis Midtown Redevelopment Corporation (an association between Saint Louis University and SSM Health), Lindenwood University, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis Community College, and Ozarks Technical Community College to share their insights and pathways to success.

The day will conclude with tours of the recently completed projects on the East End of the Washington University campus. The tour includes a new park, an addition to the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, and five new buildings, one of which is the heart of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts.

Learning Objectives

At this symposium, attendees will:

  • Gain a better understanding of how project planning processes often involve stakeholders from many areas of campus and from the regional community served by the institution.
  • Learn from examples of how planning processes are crafted to reflect the particular goals of an institutional vision.
  • Discuss how local higher education institutions play a role in the development of surrounding communities and how the communities’ needs impact the institutions.
  • Explore unique partnership models between anchor institutions and their urban communities

Featured Speakers

Brooks Goedeker SCUP North Central Symposium Speaker
Executive Director St. Louis Midtown Redevelopment Corporation
President and ProfessorSt. Louis College of Pharmacy
James Kolker
Associate Vice Chancellor and University ArchitectWashington University in St. Louis
Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Administrative OfficerWashington University in St. Louis
Paul Zinck Presenter at SCUP's conference
Vice Chancellor of Finance and AdministrationSaint Louis Community College
Practice LeadIBI Group
Tim Crutchley SCUP Presenter
Associate Vice President, OperationsLindenwood University