CED/ARCH Symposium: Conversations on Social Justice and Design
The College of Environmental Design and the Department of Architecture invite the public to attend a free day-long symposium Conversations on Social Justice and Design on Friday, April 1, honoring Professor Emeritus Raymond Lifchez. The symposium will feature a spectacular list of speakers who have been instrumental leaders in shaping contemporary practices addressing social justice, particularly in universal design.
Speakers will include Darren Walker, Maddy Burke-Vigeland, Jeffrey Mansfield, Elaine Ostroff, Valerie Fletcher, Victor Pineda, and Susan Schwelk with a keynote talk by Christopher Downey, our inaugural Lifchez Professor of Practice in Social Justice.
A reception will follow the event at 3pm. Registration for this free event is encouraged at the Eventbrite link. If you have food sensitivities or restrictions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessibility: Live captioning will be provided at this event. If you require additional accommodations or information about campus mobility access features, please contact Jennifer Wang at email@example.com with as much advance notice as possible.