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Conference Recordings

Published
October 26, 2021

Raising the Bar for High-performance Buildings Amid Unplanned Campus Growth

Join us to hear the success story of Knox's unplanned expansion using an integrated, flexible, and collaborative process that yielded a high-efficiency, high-performance, and award-winning academic art building.
Abstract: Institutions must be increasingly nimble and respond gracefully to unexpected changes while still elevating aspirations for high-performance facilities. Knox College's new campus expansion demonstrates a useful roadmap for raising the bar for high-performance buildings amid rapid and unexpected growth to accommodate a new arts district. Join us to hear the success story of Knox's unplanned expansion using an integrated, flexible, and collaborative process that yielded a high-efficiency, high-performance, and award-winning academic art building.

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Conference Recordings

Published
July 12, 2021

Bringing it to the City

Career Boosts, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

Come learn how to develop strategic partnerships among university, developer, and consultant stakeholders at your institution as well as optimize site development for long-term improvements in recruitment, retention, and revenue.
Abstract: Applying interdisciplinary planning to cultivate entrepreneurship research and innovation can boost student retention and drive revenue; it can also help students in art and design fields find lasting career success. Arizona State University has developed processes to bolster entrepreneurship and innovation while revitalizing downtown Phoenix's cultural scene, resulting in a mutually beneficial town and gown development of collaboration hubs. Come learn how to develop strategic partnerships among university, developer, and consultant stakeholders at your institution as well as optimize site development for long-term improvements in recruitment, retention, and revenue.

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Conference Recordings

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March 18, 2021

2021 North Atlantic Regional Conference | March 2021

The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center

Auburn University Virtual Tour

The latest installment of a developing arts district at Auburn University, The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center is an 85,000 gross square feet facility consisting of a multi-purpose performance hall, a flexible second venue and outdoor amphitheater, and public front-of-house and technical back-of-house support spaces. This virtual live tour will feature a mixture of produced video and live feed to offer an overview of the planning and architectural considerations involved in the design of a community-facing building.
Abstract: The latest installment of a developing arts district at Auburn University, The Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center is an 85,000 gross square feet facility consisting of a multi-purpose performance hall, a flexible second venue and outdoor amphitheater, and public front-of-house and technical back-of-house support spaces. This virtual live tour will feature a mixture of produced video and live feed to offer an overview of the planning and architectural considerations involved in the design of a community-facing building and will exhibit live demonstrations of the multi-purpose hall’s rigging and technical components. The executive director of the Gogue Center will provide additional insight on how programming and facility use has adapted during a pandemic, followed by Q&A.

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Conference Recordings

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March 11, 2021

2021 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference | March 2021

Planning Interrupted

Improving Campus Space During COVID

From the onset of COVID-19, Moore College has demonstrated how a dense urban campus can adapt to the new normal by transforming common space for maximum use to enhance the creative arts education pedagogy—join us to learn about their innovative strategies.
Abstract: Higher education institutions are learning to do more with less, and this session will show how working and learning remotely can provide the 'extra' space needed to generate revenue and improve efficiencies. From the onset of COVID-19, Moore College has demonstrated how a dense urban campus can adapt to the new normal by transforming common space for maximum use to enhance the creative arts education pedagogy. Join us to discover innovative strategies for modifying space on your campus post-COVID to improve recruitment, retention, and wellbeing.

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Conference Recordings

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October 5, 2020

2020 Southern Regional Conference | October 2020

How the Performing Arts Foster Successful Long-term Town and Gown Relationship Growth

This session will discuss how performing arts facilities, when successfully planned, designed, and programmed, can enhance and respond to evolving campus and community cultural demands.
Abstract: When integrated into a community context, college and university performing arts venues connect the community to the campus on the common ground of expanded artistic appreciation and growth. This session will discuss how performing arts facilities, when successfully planned, designed, and programmed, can enhance and respond to evolving campus and community cultural demands. Come learn how expanding the cultural and intellectual experience through the performing arts can lead to student, faculty, and administrative retention as well improve community quality of life and economic vitality.

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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Published
July 1, 2017

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Collaborative Spaces Transform Teaching, Amplify Learning, and Maximize Resources

A wide range of interactive, hands-on, and socially enhanced settings provide space for the most effective and dynamic teaching and learning in higher education today.

From Volume 45 Number 4 | July–September 2017

Abstract: Leers Weinzapfel Associates recently talked with campus planners and facilities directors nationwide about the big issues driving campus planning. Rapidly evolving pedagogies are demanding radical rethinking of effective teaching and learning spaces. Better use and optimal configuration of these venues is key as the stereotypical “sage on the stage” mode of instruction rapidly expands through a wide range of interactive, hands-on, and socially enhanced settings. Several examples of the firm’s work—the University of Massachusetts Amherst John W. Olver Design Building, the University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) Stadium Drive Residence Hall, and the Wentworth Institute of Technology (Boston) Multipurpose Academic Building—substantiate these findings in practice.

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Planning for Higher Education Journal

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October 1, 2014

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A Transformational Gallery for Ryerson University’s Architecture School

Ryerson University needed a gallery to exhibit work and host lectures and events. What it got was much more than that, proving that even the smallest project can be transformative.

From Volume 43 Number 1 | October–December 2014

Abstract: The Department of Architectural Science at Toronto’s Ryerson University was already committed to community engagement. However, the need for a permanent gallery provided a new catalyst. The collaborative nature of the integrated planning process provided the school with an opportunity to revisit its public programming mandate. The school’s transformation through the innovative physical positioning and use of the gallery deepens its dialogue and level of engagement both within the university and with the greater community.

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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Published
October 1, 2012

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Designing Art Facilities that Support Truly Collaborative Approaches to Teaching and Learning

The author explores the planning process for U Chicago's new multidisciplinary arts center, Logan Center, the final design of which challenges thinking on conventional program pairs.

From Volume 41 Number 1 | October–December 2012

Abstract: This article describes the planning process undertaken at a large, regional comprehensive university to create a space within existing buildings aimed at improving student success in introductory mathematics. It demonstrates the need for integrated planning grounded in academic priorities and student success models.

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Planning for Higher Education Journal

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October 1, 2012

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A Tribute to Achievement and Excellence

2012 SCUP Awards

The society’s 2012 awards recognize and applaud individuals and organizations whose achievements exemplify excellence and dedication in planning for higher education.

From Volume 41 Number 1 | October–December 2012

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Example Plans

Published
November 30, 2010

Master Plan

Public Associate’s College (Texas, United States)

Master plan for a community college system’s newest campus, including the relocation of several programs.

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