Post-COVID Higher Ed Delivery
When: Tuesday, May 16th – 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Where: Center for Architecture & Design – 1010 Western Ave Seattle, WA 98104
The past three years have tested how nimble we can be in all facets of our lives, and educational settings are certainly a pinnacle example of that. Now that the height of the pandemic is behind us, institutions of higher education are particularly equipped to employ creative solutions to serve their students in an equitable and inclusive way.
This panel discussion aims to engage a variety of perspectives from local faculty, administration, and students on different hybrid approaches and their effectiveness in delivering an excellent educational experience in our region.
Christopher Butler, Capital Projects Manager, Adjunct Professor of Interior Design at Bellevue College
Lacey Colleran, Director of Health Science Academic Services & Facilities at University of Washington
Meagan Walker, Vice President of External Relations and Planning, Cascadia College
Maise Wilson, Student, Interior Design, Bellevue College
The Center for Architecture and Design is a street entry location with push button-entry, disabled parking, and accessible restrooms.
AIA Seattle recommends masking as a demonstration of community care.