ULI VIRGINIA’S INAUGURAL CONFERENCE: Creating and Sustaining Happiness in Virginia Communities
10: 00 am: Optional walking tour of MidTown Row.
Meet at Registration table at 9:45 am.
Walking distance from School of Education
11:30 am: Registration
12:00 pm: Welcome & Lunch
Introductions & summary of the day
Keynote speaker: Peter Kageyema
What makes cities loveable? Why do we connect emotionally with some places and not others? And why does that matter?
1:30 pm: Break & networking
2:00 pm: Keynote speaker: June Williamson
June is an associate professor of architecture at The City College of New York’s Spitzer School of Architecture. June is coauthor with Ellen Dunham-Jones of, ‘Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs'. June served as the jury coordinator for the Long Island Index’s 2010 design competition, Build a Better Burb. Ideas from the competition, which challenged entrants to creatively retrofit Long Island’s existing downtown areas, provided the foundation for her new book, ‘Designing Suburban Futures: New Models from Build a Better Burb’.
3:30 pm: Break & networking
4:00 pm: Keynote speaker: Ryan Gravel
Ryan is an urban planner, designer, and author of ‘Where We Want to Live’. Ryan’s master’s thesis launched the Atlanta Beltline that is now changing the physical form of his city and the decisions people make about living there.
5:30 pm: Cocktail Reception
Members - $125
Non Members - $175
Onsite Registration fees increase by $10 Pre-registration fees based on RSVPs received prior to or on the March 25th deadline.
For more information and registration click HERE
|Event Date||03-27-2019 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||03-27-2019 7:00 pm|
|Location||The College of William & Mary School of Education – Matoaka Room|