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Conference Presentations

An Enriching Campus Framework for Growth

Published 2019
We will provide examples of multiple ways in which the University of Oregon structures campus growth, receives input from leadership, and effectively engages the campus community.
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Taking POE to the Next Level to Measure Space Performance

Published 2019
Taking post-occupancy evaluation (POE) to the next level, tools have been developed to reveal the measurable factors defined by users’ actions: frequency, duration, and usage of a desk, room, building, and campus.
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Modeling Wellness, Inclusion, and Sustainability on an Evolving, Discourse-Rich Campus

Published 2019
Explore how a single project at San Francisco State University—in this case the first major ground-up building in 24 years—models wellness, inclusion, and sustainability for other projects, plans, and policies on an evolving campus.
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UW Bothell/Cascadia College Master Plan

Committed Dialogue and Leveraged Partnerships
Published 2019
We will discuss how the implementation of our master plan galvanized collaboration and amplified partnerships among two co-located institutions, public agencies, and the Bothell community to creatively address capital funding and implement needed growth.
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Programming and Designing Science Labs in a P3 Delivery model

Published 2019
This session will focus on how University of California Merced defined an academic and research science program for an unknown group of scientists to allow for a selection process, the resultant design dilemma faced by the architects, and how the team took on the challenge of modifying the generic laboratories.
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Performance-based Standards Foster Creative Solutions for Environments Supporting Critical Discourse

Published 2019
We'll discuss how to rethink the processes for creating and implementing campus standards, focusing on the “why” of campus standards while balancing life-cycle costs and ease of operation.
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An Implementable Master Plan for Access, Student Success, and Sustainable Growth

Published 2019
A state mandate to increase undergraduate enrollment, the aspiration to achieve an Association of American Universities institution profile, and a desire to become carbon neutral—we'll discuss how the University of California (UC) Riverside negotiated these competing challenges while developing its master plan.
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Incorporating Critical Race Theory in Physical Planning

Published 2019
Learn from Portland Community College's ongoing exploration of what it means to apply Critical Race Theory to the built environment.
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