2021 brings a mix of hope, promise, and complex challenges as colleges and universities navigate the spring semester and plan for reopening.
“That even as we grieved, we grew. That even as we hurt, we hoped. That even as we tired, we tried.”
The Hill We Climb – Amanda Gorman
Following the same format as last year, we will host 4 programs: April 16, April 30, May 14, and June 4.
The series will advance members’ ongoing conversations about the critical issues facing higher education—the financial crisis, racial justice, student success, and new ways of teaching and learning, to name a few. While it is difficult to plan for the future when the present is volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous, integrated planning remains the solution. How might the events of 2020 shift our approach to integrated planning to be more nimble, flexible, inclusive, and student-centered?
The series will be comprised of four sessions of engaging conversations to address integrated planning as a practice in multiple scales with specific outcomes.
Support your region and gain valuable visibility while you engage in the conversations that will help institutions face today’s challenges and those to come.
All sessions are listed in the Pacific time zone.
Recordings for each session will be available for purchase two weeks following the event. Registrants will receive free access to all session recordings.
To claim credits and download a self-report certificate for this event please login to the SCUP Events Portal and follow the directions as outlined in this PDF. SCUP will automatically report credits to AIA for attendees who were present for the entire session and have their AIA member number in their account. After the conference, you may also claim credit for recorded sessions by filling out an evaluation and taking a quiz.
Presented by: Benedetta Del Vecchio, Director of Planning, Steinberg Hart | Rob Barthelman, Principal, Steinberg Hart | Carissa Oyedele, Associate Principal, Moore Ruble Yudell Architects & Planners | Miguel Powers, English Professor, Fullerton College, North Orange County Community College District | Ester Plavdjian, Student, Cypress College | Kathleen Rose, President and Superintendent, Gavilan College
Through the lens of two diverse community college districts, this session will investigate inclusive, interdisciplinary approaches to long-range campus and strategic planning. What types of outreach, tactics, and platforms prove most successful in engaging a broad constituency to inform planning, both within the institutions and with the surrounding communities? Join us to discover how you can apply these methods and tools at your institution to positively impact the student, faculty, and community experience.
Presented by: Alice Kimm, Partner, John Friedman Alice Kimm Architects (JFAK) | Collette Creppell, Vice President of Campus Planning and Design, Chapman University | Heidi Creighton, Associate Principal, BuroHappold Engineering | Mia Lehrer, President, Studio-MLA | Julie Hendricks, Director of Design & Construction Services, Campus Architect, University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) | Jennifer Milliron, Principal, LMN Architects | Helen Chu, Senior Director, Learning Spaces, Stanford University | Leesa Beck, Director of Summer Sessions, University of California-Santa Barbara | David Gier, Dean, Paul Boylan Collegiate Professor of Music, University of Michigan | Royce Smith, Dean, College of Arts and Architecture, Montana State University – Bozeman | Timothy Waters, Principal Consultant, Sextant Group / NV5 Engineering & Technology
This session will focus on how changes in academic planning—accelerated in large part due to COVID-19—are resulting in new physical and virtual frameworks for learning. These range from enhanced online platforms to flexible hybrid environments, including the reappropriation and redesign of ‘found spaces,’ such as valuable and underutilized exterior zones on our existing campuses. Join us to discuss what our campuses are planning for the immediate and distant future of teaching and learning.
Continuing Education Units
AIA LU 2.0 Units (SCUPPA21P002)
AICP CM 2.0 Units
Presented by: Linsey Graff, Campus Planner, DLR Group | Meaghan Smith, Principal Planner and Project Manager, California State University Office of the Chancellor | Piya Bose, Dean of Students, CSU Long Beach | Melissa Soto, Program Planner, California State University – Long Beach | Kelley Ross, Associate, The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP | Walt Kanzler, Senior Director of Design, University of California San Diego | Michelle Mckelvey, Director, Thrive and Transfer Center, University of Arizona
The pandemic has exposed and added to the vulnerabilities that students face. It has also impacted how institutions serving underrepresented students are working to redefine student support in an evolving campus environment. In this session, we’ll share how institutions have made changes in their metrics, planning and design strategies, and campus facilities that contribute to recruitment, academic growth, and graduation rates. Join us for an interactive discussion about student success strategies and learn new approaches for meeting returning students’ needs, including hybrid learning, flexible learning spaces, and the importance of representation, inclusivity, safety, and wellness.
Continuing Education Units
AIA LU/HSW 2.0 Units (SCUPPA21P003)
AICP CM 2.0 Units
Special Group Membership Discount: If you work at a college or university that holds a SCUP group membership anyone from your institution can attend this event at the member rate.
Can’t attend the live event? Register now and you’ll have access to all session recordings two business days after each session.
Note: Registrations include access to all recorded sessions.
|Cancellation||4/9/2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern|
|Registration Closes||6/4/2021 at 2:00 PM Eastern|
*Cancelations must be made in writing and may be submitted by email to your registration team firstname.lastname@example.org by 4/9/2021 at 11:59 PM Eastern. Refunds are subject to a processing fee – 10% of the total purchase. No-shows are not eligible for a refund, and funds committed by purchase order must be paid in full by the first day of the event. Refunds will be issued within 30 days of received written notification.
Scholarships will cover the cost of registration. Preference will be given to members in the region.
On the application form, you will be asked to provide the following information:
The regional council chair will review applications and provide recommendations (ranked based on application criteria). Once award recipients are notified of acceptance, they will be given instructions on registering.
Monday, March 29, 2021, at 11:59 PM Eastern
Scholarship applicants will be notified of award status by Monday, April 5, 2021.