5th ANNUAL CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT 2018
Activating Great Student and Learning Experiences and Unlocking Value of Campus infrastructure
These are just some of the projects that are set to transform the educational and community landscape in the next couple of months.
- University of Queensland is investing $ 500 million in developing a new student hub
- University of Sydney is planning to spend more than $ 2.5 billion in transforming its historical campus
- The Victorian government is transforming Melbourne’s West into a $ 30 billion super city and $ 10 million in the Footscray Education District
Universities are continuing to spend heavily in campus design and development in a bid to sharpen their competitive edge in attracting students, teaching staff and research funding. The 4th Annual Campus Development Conference 2017 returns with a brand new agenda that will highlight both greenfield and brownfield projects that are redefining the modern campus.
The program will highlight campus master plan and project delivery aimed at attracting students, providing a high quality education and driving research funding.
Key topics being addressed include:
- Activating a Great Student Experience Beyond the Classroom: Designing and Developing Student Hubs
- Maximising Space Utilisation in Urban Areas with Vertical Campuses
- Developing Precincts: Enabling Better Collaboration and Cohesiveness with Research and Commercial Partners
- Unlocking the Value in Heritage buildings and Adapting them to Contributing assets
- Designing a Campus that Transforms the Community and Driving Economic Growth in the Community
- Leveraging Technology to Embed Flexibility and Develop Multi-Function Buildings
- Spatial Pedagogy: Optimising the Utility and Activation of Campus Assets
University of Melbourne's $500m Innovation Precinct Project
Julie Wells, Vice-Principal, Policy and Projects, at the University of Melbourne shares details of the University’s new campus development, a $500m Innovation Precinct in Melbourne CBD, and delves into how the precinct will help UoM attract world class researchers and industry investment
Featuring case study focused International and Australian speakers, themes to be explored will include:
Aligning your campus masterplan with the strategic priorities of you university
Connecting pedagogy with campus and facility design
Creating a sticky campus that acknowledges and appeals to a diverse student demographic
Doing more with less in a financially constrained operating environment
Flexible strategic planning: Preparing for the future whilst delivering for the present
Future proofing the learning experience
Assessing strategies to maximise your current learning spaces
Designing innovative environments for learning, research and development
Masterplanning within different site contexts – urban, suburban and rural
Achieving greater space utilisation in an inner city urban environment – the vertical campus
Altenative funding models for infrastructure delivery
Attracting high performing researchers and commercial investment
Whether you are embarking on series of new builds or looking to maximise existing space in a tighter budgetary environment, this program has the solutions to the challenges you will face. I hope to meet you in Sydney this October.