Australia’s Queensland University of Technology has recently completed the development of a new $230 million Science and Engineering Centre as part of a broader strategy to encourage students to engage with key global challenges including climate change, sustainability and the country’s emerging green workforce needs. The design of the new complex engaged the broader science, technology, engineering and mathematics community across the University and beyond to develop a new home for teaching and learning, research and community engagement.
Attend this web seminar to learn insights into a range of successful strategies used to address many of the key challenges experienced during the design, and construction of the state-of-the-art new complex.
Topics will include:
Director, Learning Environments and Technology Services
Associate Director, Learning Environments and Technology Services
Director, Global Education Alliance
Who will benefit:
College and university administrators interested in fostering collaboration through technology and state-of-the-art facility design. Anyone may attend.