Ahead of the fourth annual Campus Design and Development Summit 2017 we chat to Meaghan Dwyer, Principal at John Wardle Architects. Meaghan, who has worked on over 10 education campus design projects, shares with us the vision behind Monash University’s new Clayton Campus that is enhancing the student experience through innovative teaching and learning facilities.
Ahead of the Campus Design and Development Summit 2017 we chat to Juan Smith, Manager of Strategy and Planning at Flinders University in Adelaide. In this article Juan shares with us details of Flinders’ new Student Hub and Plaza retrofit; that was developed in collaboration with the student body, to encourage campus stickiness, and promote improved teaching and learning.
Campus Design & Development 2017 is your opportunity to learn about some of the biggest innovations happening in Higher Education campuses across Australia and New Zealand and learn best practice strategies shaping the future of campus design.
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University of Melbourne: Developing a State-of-the-Art Innovation Precinct to Attract and Retain World-Class Researchers and Encourage Industry Investment
Ahead of the Campus Design and Development 2018 Summit we chat to Julie Wells, Vice-Principal, Policy and Projects, at the University of Melbourne (UoM). In this article Julie 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.
Ahead of the Campus Design and Development Summit 2018 we chat to Bill Parasiris, Executive Director, Estate and Commercial at Western Sydney University (WSU). In this article Bill explores why WSU is prioritising campus redevelopment investment, and explores how these investments have helped increase student engagement, retention and experience, all while encouraging research innovation and economic investment.
The Next Generation Campus: Aligning to Industry Trends, Updating Teaching Methodologies and Meeting Changing Student Needs
Ahead of the Campus Design and Development Summit 2018 we chat to Marina Carroll, Senior Associate and Head of Education Projects at Architectus. In this article Marina chats to us about the key trends shaping 21st century campus design and development. We then look at three campus redevelopments – the University of Melbourne, the University of Glasgow (UK) and Western Sydney University to explore how universities are working to align to trends and create 21st Century learning and teaching environments.