10 episodes

The podcast that believes places are powerful agents of positive social transformation.

Join Dean Keith Diaz Moore from the University of Utah’s College of Architecture + Planning as he takes you behind the teaching, research and practice at the leading edge of innovation occurring in our College. Through informal conversations, you will learn the emerging issues, why you should care and what you can do about them to change our world for the better.

Changing Places College of Architecture + Planning

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The podcast that believes places are powerful agents of positive social transformation.

Join Dean Keith Diaz Moore from the University of Utah’s College of Architecture + Planning as he takes you behind the teaching, research and practice at the leading edge of innovation occurring in our College. Through informal conversations, you will learn the emerging issues, why you should care and what you can do about them to change our world for the better.

    Architecture as a Form of Social Service

    Architecture as a Form of Social Service

    Samatha Eddy, a third-year Diné student from the School of Architecture—and leader of an interdisciplinary team recognized by the United States Department of Energy, share her thoughts about architecture as a form of social service, and her journey in the College of Architecture + Planning.

    • 19 min
    Education in the COVID-19 Era

    Education in the COVID-19 Era

    Professor Keith Bartholomew, the winner of the University of Utah 2021 Distinguished Teaching Award and Dean for Academic Affairs of the College of Architecture + Planning, reflects on the transition of teaching modalities during the COVID-19 pandemic, exploring consequences such as inaccessibility and disparities among students.

    • 30 min
    Fostering Leadership in Academia

    Fostering Leadership in Academia

    Mira (Mimi) Locher, Dean of Faculty at the University of Manitoba, Canada; and Ryan Smith, Director of the School of Design and Construction at Washington State University, discuss leadership and the importance of listening and motivation in building teams and fostering leaders in academia.

    • 19 min
    Radical Rethinking of Design Education

    Radical Rethinking of Design Education

    Cord Bowen, Professor and Director of the Multi-Disciplinary Design program, is a recognized leader and speaker on design education and design strategy. He shares how radical rethinking in MDD led to the program's national recognition as a leading-edge approach in design education.

    • 21 min
    The Future of Architectural Practice

    The Future of Architectural Practice

    Dr. Ajla Aksamija, Chair and Professor in the School of Architecture, is a leading expert in building science and sustainability, emerging technologies, digital design and representations and innovations in architecture. She shares her views on the future of architectural practice and the impacts of process technologies on architectural design in the 21st century.

    • 18 min
    Zoom Towns in the Intermountain West

    Zoom Towns in the Intermountain West

    Dr. Danya Rumore is a Research Assistant Professor in City & Metropolitan Planning and the Director of the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program in the Wallace Stegner Center at the University of Utah. She discusses her research on the challenges and opportunities of natural amenity migration to gateway communities in the West.

    • 29 min

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