CAPLA Faculty-Futures Council Panel, Moderated by Susannah Dickinson

College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture Futures Council

When

9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday

Where

Online from Your Computer or Mobile Device

 
Building a Changing World: Leading through Influence

CAPLA faculty, staff students and alumni are invited to log in to listen to an interactive panel with CAPLA Futures Council members and select CAPLA faculty moderated by Associate Professor of Architecture Susannah Dickinson.

Transformation of the design and building industry is occurring at an accelerating pace—bringing us both challenges and opportunities resulting largely from decision makers in government and corporate boardrooms. As practitioners, faculty and students, how do we influence these decisions that fundamentally impact our economies, environments and societies?

Futures Council members and invited faculty will explore that question at an online panel moderated by Susannah Dickinson. The CAPLA community is welcome to listen in and submit questions for the panelists via email. The panelists will engage in a discussion that builds from the previous day's keynote address by DesignIntelligence President and CEO Dave Gilmore. Please register below to view and listen!

Already registered and looking for the link? Join us at https://arizona.zoom.us/j/633625418

About the CAPLA Futures Council
The CAPLA Futures Council is a multi-perspective advisory body for the College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture. It is through the lens of this group of luminaries from the academy, practice, industry and government that we seek a regular and productive exchange to identify the grand challenges of the built environment. This exchange reflects the trends we should anticipate in our research, and in the approaches we take in the classroom around our vision: Building a Changing World.

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By clicking the Submit button below you confirm your attendance at a virtual event that will require you to log in online to view and listen. Virtual audience members will be able to submit questions by email but will be muted. The link and email address will be emailed to you prior to this session.