EDRA49 Oklahoma City: June 6-9, 2018
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EDRA49 Schedule of Events

EDRA49 Oklahoma City

The tentative conference schedule is given below. The full schedule will be available soon. Note: Schedule is subject to change.

Schedule at a Glance  Detailed Schedule


Schedule at a Glance

Wednesday, June 6

7:30am–5:30pm Registration Desk Open
8:00am–1:00pm Half Day Pre-conference Intensives
8:00am–5:00pm Graduate Student Workshop
8:30am–5:30pm Full Day Pre-conference Intensives
1:30–5:30pm Half Day Pre-conference Intensives
5:30–7:30pm Welcome Reception

Thursday, June 7

7:00am–5:00pm Registration Desk Open
7:00am–5:00pm EDRA49 Book Display
7:30–8:30am Knowledge Network Meetings
9:00–10:30am Concurrent Sessions
11:00am–12:00pm Lunch Session
12:00–1:00pm Plenary Session
1:00–2:00pm Recognition Presentations
2:00–2:30pm Poster Sessions/Break
2:30–4:00pm 2018 CORE Recipient Presentations
2:30–4:00pm Concurrent Sessions
4:00–4:30pm Poster Sessions/Break
4:30–6:00pm Concurrent Sessions
6:00–6:30pm Poster Sessions

Friday, June 8

7:00am–12:00pm Registration Desk Open
7:00am–5:00pm EDRA49 Book Display
7:30–8:30am Knowledge Network Meetings
9:00–10:30am Concurrent Sessions
10:30–11:00am Poster Sessions/Break
11:00am–12:30pm Concurrent Sessions
12:30–1:30pm Attendee Networking: Enjoy the local OKC lunch scene!
1:30–2:30pm Plenary Session
2:30–3:30pm Poster Sessions/Break
4:00–5:30pm Concurrent Sessions
5:00–6:00pm Cocktail Reception
6:00–8:00pm Banquet: EDRA Awards Presentation & Keynote

Saturday, June 9

7:00am–12:00pm Registration Desk Open
7:30–8:30am Network Chairs Meeting
8:30–9:00am Break
9:00–10:30am Concurrent Sessions
10:45–11:45am Plenary Session
12:00–1:15pm Member Meeting & Closing Session
1:30–5:00pm Mobile Sessions

Detailed Schedule

Wednesday, June 6

7:30am–5:30pm Registration Desk Open
8:00am–1:00pm Half Day Pre-conference Intensives
  • Data Equity: Tools and Strategies for Empowering Public Space Knowledge
  • Exploring Mixed Income Infill Housing Policy and Design
  • Placemaking: Health as the Home
  • ReThinking Oklahoma City
  • The Search for Authentic Equity in Housing
8:00am–5:00pm Graduate Student Workshop
8:30am–5:30pm Full Day Pre-conference Intensives
  • Adaptive Architecture and Building Performance Evaluation in the Context of Social Equity – A Tribute to Wolfgang F. E. Preiser
  • Climate Change, Instability and Terrorism in Pakistan
  • Identifying Moral and Political Frames in Community Attitudes on Inequality and Inclusiveness: A Mixed-Methods Analysis
  • Integrating Building Information Modeling with Virtual Reality for Learning Building System in Interior & Environmental Design Education
  • Social Equity By Design and Designing Towards Community Wellbeing. Case Study of Wisma Geylang Serai – Singapore
1:30–5:30pm Half Day Pre-conference Intensives
  • Breathe Easy: The Evolving Role of Citizen Science in Long-term Planning Projects
  • Mobilizing Catalysts for Community in Residential Design
  • Poster Session - Storied Objects: Older adult post-household disbandment residential place making with precious possessions
  • Reverse Innovation- Design strategies for the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda
  • Social Equity: Giving Voice to the Unrepresented through Ethnographic Photo-elicitation
5:30–7:30pm Welcome Reception

Thursday, June 7

7:00am–5:00pm Registration Desk Open
7:00am–5:00pm EDRA49 Book Display
7:30–8:30am Knowledge Network Meetings
9:00–10:30am Concurrent Sessions
  • Session 1: Cross-Cultural Placemaking: Fostering diversity through community design
  • Session 2: Designing Accessible Environments
  • Session 3: Economic Development and Community Revitalization
  • Session 4: Healthcare
  • Session 5: Housing Design and Policy
  • Session 6: Resilient Community Planning and Design
  • Session 7: Designing an inclusive community:Can it be done through contracts? (Workshop)
  • Session 8: Innovative Learning Environments and Teacher Change (Workshop)
  • Session 9: Social Equality through the New Urban Agenda:Revisiting Habitat III (Symposium)
  • Session 10: EDRA Shorts Session 1
11:00am–12:00pm Lunch Session: Economic Diversification: What it means for Indian Country – Dan Boren from the Chicksaw Nation
12:00–1:00pm Plenary Session: Creating Social Equity with Affordable Housing and Economic Development
1:00–2:00pm Recognition Presentations: Great Places Awards, CORE Certification
2:00–2:30pm Poster Sessions/Break
2:30–4:00pm 2018 CORE Recipient Presentations
2:30–4:00pm Concurrent Sessions
  • Session 1: Education Design and Policy
  • Session 2: Education Design and Policy
  • Session 3: Emerging Design Tools: Data, Simulation and Virtual Design
  • Session 4: Healthcare
  • Session 5: Other - (Open-ended)
  • Session 6: Other - (Open-ended)
  • Session 7: Participatory Design Strategies
  • Session 8: Participatory Design Strategies
  • Session 9: Investigating the systemic performance of participatory action research processes on community (Symposium)
  • Session 10: Participatory processes and digital tools to support community-based development of natural play and learning spaces (Workshop)
  • Session 11: Problem solving in multidisciplinary teams through digital media (Symposium)
  • Session 12: Storyboarding Workshop: A design ideation tool to explore the user experience (Workshop)
  • Session 13: EDRA Shorts Session 2
4:00–4:30pm Poster Sessions/Break
4:30–6:00pm Concurrent Sessions
  • Session 1: Cross-Cultural Placemaking: Fostering diversity through community design
  • Session 2: Designing Accessible Environments
  • Session 3: Economic Development and Community Revitalization
  • Session 4: Healthcare
  • Session 5: Housing Design and Policy
  • Session 6: Other - (Open-ended)
  • Session 7: Resilient Community Planning and Design
  • Session 8: Demystifying Patient Data: The Importance and Use of Hospital Medical Records to Explore the Impact of the Built Environment (Symposium)
  • Session 9: Exploring Spatial Equity: Can Design solve Inequity? (Workshop)
  • Session 10: Publishing a Book: Before, During and After (Workshop)
  • Session 11: EDRA Shorts Session 3
6:00–6:30pm Poster Sessions
6:30pm Attendee Networking: Enjoy the local OKC dinner/nightlife Scene

Friday, June 8

7:00am–12:00pm Registration Desk Open
7:00am–5:00pm EDRA49 Book Display
7:30–8:30am Knowledge Network Meetings
9:00–10:30am Concurrent Sessions
  • Session 1: Cross-Cultural Placemaking: Fostering diversity through community design
  • Session 2: Designing Accessible Environments
  • Session 3: Economic Development and Community Revitalization
  • Session 4: Education Design and Policy
  • Session 5: Emerging Design Tools: Data, Simulation and Virtual Design
  • Session 6: Healthcare
  • Session 7: Housing Design and Policy
  • Session 8: Other – (Open-ended)
  • Session 9: Participatory Design Strategies
  • Session 10: Resilient Community Planning and Design
  • Session 11: Editors' Voices: Journal Editors' Roundtable Workshop (Workshop)
  • Session 12: Museums, Identity, and Citizenship (Symposium)
  • Session 13: Strategies for achieving a “Designed” Population Management Approach (Symposium)
10:30–11:00am Poster Sessions/Break
11:00am–12:30pm Concurrent Sessions
  • Session 1: Cross-Cultural Placemaking: Fostering diversity through community design
  • Session 2: Designing Accessible Environments
  • Session 3: Healthcare
  • Session 4: Housing Design and Policy
  • Session 5: Participatory Design Strategies
  • Session 6: Participatory Design Strategies
  • Session 7: Resilient Community Planning and Design
  • Session 8: Between the Smart City and the Participatory City. When technology and mobility meet public health and community (Symposium)
  • Session 9: Creating Sustainable Cities for an Aging Population (Symposium)
  • Session 10: Designing Public Spaces for Young People: Processes, Practices and Policies for Youth Inclusion - Part One (Symposium)
  • Session 11: Participatory Design and Post-Occupancy Evaluation Strategies (Symposium)
12:30–1:30pm Lunch Session: Show Me the Green: Parks and Equitable Urban Development in Tulsa & OKC – Tulsa Mayor G. T. Bynum and OKC Mayor Mick Cornett
1:30–2:30pm Plenary Session: The Language Of Social Action In Planning And Design
2:30–3:30pm Poster Sessions/Break
4:00–5:30pm Concurrent Sessions
  • Session 1: Education Design and Policy
  • Session 2: Education Design and Policy
  • Session 3: Emerging Design Tools: Data, Simulation and Virtual Design
  • Session 4: Healthcare
  • Session 5: Other – (Open-ended)
  • Session 6: Other – (Open-ended)
  • Session 7: Achievements of Evidence Based Design (EBD) Research in Japan (Symposium)
  • Session 8: Designing Public Spaces for Young People: Processes, Practices and Policies for Youth Inclusion - Part Two (Symposium)
5:00–6:00pm Cocktail Reception
6:00–8:00pm Banquet: EDRA Awards Presentation, and Keynote Speaker Vernice Miller-Travis

Saturday, June 9

7:00am–12:00pm Registration Desk Open
7:30–8:30am Network Chairs Meeting
8:30–9:00am Break
9:00–10:30am Concurrent Sessions
  • Session 1: Designing Accessible Environments
  • Session 2: Education Design and Policy
  • Session 3: Emerging Design Tools: Data, Simulation and Virtual Design
  • Session 4: Healthcare
  • Session 5: Other – (Open-ended)
  • Session 6: Resilient Community Planning and Design
  • Session 7: Resilient Community Planning and Design
10:45–11:45am Plenary Session: Native American Approach to Ensuring Social Equity in Their Communities
12:00–1:15pm Member Meeting & Closing Session
1:30–5:00pm Mobile Sessions
  • Automobile Alley and the Oklahoma City Memorial Walking Mobile Session for EDRA 49, Oklahoma City
  • Bruce Goff and the American School
  • Chickasaw/Native American Mobile Workshop Sponsored by the Chickasaw Nation
  • Social Equity and Housing Mobile Session
  • Suburban Narratives
CONTACT US

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Phone: (651) 379-7306 | Fax: (651) 290-2266
Email: headquarters@edra.org

 

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