Professional Development Session; Building Blocks for Transformative Innovation

October 30, 2018

In this full day seminar: Explore connections between modern design and interdisciplinary facilities that work.

 

 

Engineering and science programs are increasingly being housed within one campus building. The facility still requires efficient, functional, cost-conscious, and energy efficient design, but we also demand innovation. How do we balance these elements to create something great? This session will use case studies from Yale, Carnegie Mellon, Cornell University and more to explore connections between modern design and interdisciplinary facilities that work. 

Presenters: Michael Reagan, Dean Kaardal and Tariq Amlani
Date and Time: RPIC Real Property Workshop: Tuesday, November 20 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Summary: Engineering and science programs are increasingly being housed within one campus building. The facility still requires efficient, functional, cost-conscious, and energy efficient design, but we also demand innovation. How do we balance these elements to create something great? This session will use case studies from Yale, Carnegie Mellon, Cornell University and more to explore connections between modern design and interdisciplinary facilities that work.

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