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Lessons Learned From The Fall 2020 Reopening

What Will Stick?
Published October 9, 2020
Presented by Bryan Alexander, Internationally-known Futurist, Researcher, Writer, Speaker, Consultant, and Teacher | Lilian Asperin, WRNS Studio | James Awford, BNBuilders | Nick Hodges, Hacker | Jennifer Milliron, LMN Architects | Kim Patten, Steinberg Hart | Nick Santilli, SCUP
Planning Types: Campus Planning

During the Fall of 2020, institutions across the Pacific Region will develop and implement protocols for reopening. What will stick? What’s been merely disruptive versus an acceleration of much needed changes as higher education evolves to better serve students? How are new approaches supporting an institution’s core mission?

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Explain why some protocols institutions are adopting in response to COVID-19 will stick around for the long term.
  2. Describe how the pandemic has accelerated pedagogical changes and what these changes mean for the future of higher education.
  3. Explain how the pandemic has opened up new opportunities to make campuses more resilient and rethink living and learning spaces.
  4. Identify types of space usage and learning methods that will become “things of the past” post-pandemic.


Bryan Alexander

Internationally-known Futurist, Researcher, Writer, Speaker, Consultant, and Teacher

Lilian Asperin

WRNS Studio

James Awford

Project Executive

Nick Hodges


Jennifer Milliron

LMN Architects

Kim Patten

Partner and Higher Education Practice Leader
Steinberg Hart

Nick Santilli

Senior Director of Learning Strategy

Recorded October 9, 2020.

Member Price: $65 USD | Non-member Price: $119 USD
Purchase includes streaming video recording.


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Full conference registrants will also receive a whitepaper after the conference in November. The white paper will summarize lessons learned in response to COVID and best practices for moving forward in a post-pandemic world.