EDRA50 Student Volunteers
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at EDRA50. Volunteers are key to the success of this conference and there are many areas in which volunteers are needed. As long as volunteer positions are available, we will extend free full conference admittance to EDRA50 in exchange for the following:
*Purchase an EDRA student membership for $75, if you are not already a member
*Volunteer for two half-days during the EDRA50 conference, May 22-25
*Participate in training through a written guide and, possibly, a remote video training
*Sign up using a Google form
Learn more about possible areas of volunteer support below and if you are interested in volunteering, please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration & EDRAStore: Volunteers are needed to help at the registration desk and EDRAStore. Duties include handing out registration packets and badges, managing onsite registrations, answering logistical questions and processing store merchandise.
Keynote, Plenary, EDRAShorts & EDRAAwards: Volunteers are needed to help with setup, serve as greeters and/or timekeepers, and assist speakers/presenters should they have any questions or need support.
Posters: Volunteers are needed to help with setup and breakdown of posters, serve as greeters and assist with any logistical/directional questions.
Mobile Sessions: Volunteers are needed to coordinate mobile session attendees prior to their departure and on their return, attend the session on location and serve as the continuing education monitor for that session.
Floor Monitors: Volunteers are needed to help direct attendees to presentation rooms and other way-finding conference aspects.
Learn about other student involvement opportunities at EDRA50.
Register for EDRA50
May 22 - 26, 2019
When: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
New York University
Brooklyn, New York
Online registration is available until: 5/22/2019
Architect, professor and consultant on urban
design, has focused his career on improving the quality of urban life, by reorienting the design
of the city towards the pedestrian, public life
Forty years of research at the Royal Danish
Academy School of Architecture in Copenhagen have resulted in a number of by now “classic”
books. Life Between Buildings (1971) and Cities
for the People (2010), now published in more than forty languages, are among the most
referenced resources in city planning.
In 2000, Gehl founded with Helle Søholt Gehl
Architects with the purpose of applying theories
to practical planning. Major improvement projects have been carried out for Copenhagen,
Melbourne, Sydney, London, New York and