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2008 RETREAT SCHEDULE
Ashurst Lodge at WIT in The New Forest, UK 
Wednesday, July 23—Saturday, July 26

 
Program Coordinators:
Jim Wasley, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, jwasley@uwm.edu 
John Quale, University of Virginia, quale@virginia.edu

Site Coordinator:
Bruce Haglund bhaglund@uidaho.edu

 


 
Retreat presentations are now available on Terri Meyer Boake's web site.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008
  Trains arrive hourly from Southampton  See Getting There for more information
1:00-5:00 pm Registration Chubut Bldg. Lobby
5:00 pm Pub time/Walk in the Forest the local/New Forest
6:30 pm Dinner  on own
8:30 Informal gathering (late dinner)  the local
     
Thursday, July 24, 2008
7:30 am Breakfast  Your lodge or B&B
9:00–10:15 am Session I
Retreat welcome Jim Wasley, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and John Quale, University of Virginia
Individual introductions and shared teaching aids/“omiyage”
Comments
from SBSE president Terri Meyer Boake, University of Waterloo and President-Elect Leonard Bachman, University of Houston
Chubut Bldg.

15 min Break

10:30-12:00 Session II
Update on Carbon Neutral Design
Initiative
Terri Meyer Boake and Jim Wasley
Chubut Bldg

12:00–2:00 Catered Lunch (£7)/Guest Speaker 
The Usable Buildings Trust—
Adrian Leaman
Chubut Bldg.
2:00–3:30 pm Session III
The SBSE Carbon Neutral Studio Project—
Pablo LaRoche, Cal Poly Pomona; Greg Thomson, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Emad Afifi, Savannah College of Art and Design
Chubut Bldg.

3:30–5:30

Networking/Exploring The New Forest
5:30 pm Reception, cash bar the local
6:30 pm Dinner (on your own)
8:00 pm Forum on the SBSE Carbon-Neutral Design Initiative—Jim Wasley and John Quale host discussion on the topic of Carbon Neutral Design Chubut Bldg.
         
Friday, July 25, 2008
7:30 am Breakfast (included) Your lodge or B&B

9:00–10:15 am

Session IV
Larger Frameworks Katy Janda, Oxford University:Buildings don’t use carbon, people do 
Craig Anz, Southern Illinois University:Critical Environmentalism: A socio-epistemic framework for Sustainable Cities
Shamim Javed, North South University Dhaka, Bangladesh:Recent work of the 2008 Jeff Cook Scholar

Chubut Bldg.

 


15 min Break

10:30-12:00 Session V
Digital Tools for Carbon-Neutrality
Terri Meyer Boake, University of Waterloo:  Web-based tools
Sraddha Marathe, University of Southern California:A web-based reference for sustainability 
Karen Kensek, University of Southern California:BIM and sustainability
Chubut Bldg.

12:00–2:00 Lunch (on your own) the local or elsewherel
2:00–3:30 pm Session VI
Institutional Structures
Michael McGlynn, Kansas State University:  Teaching and learning survey
Michael Donn, Victoria University of Wellington: Reflections on 20 years of teaching
Mark Mistur, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:  The Center for Architectural Sciences
Chubut Bldg.

3:30–5:30

Networking/Exploring The New Forest  
5:30-6:30 pm Cash bar the local
6:30 pm Dinner (on your own)
8:00 pm Forum on SBSE Agenda for Architectural Research and Education—Don Watson, Earthrise Design; Jim Wasley; and John Quale host discussion on future of SBSE in relation to changing global research and education priorities and potentials. Draft summary and table. Chubut Bldg.
        
Saturday, July 26, 2007
7:30 am Breakfast (included) Your lodge or B&B
9:00–10:15 am Session IX
Discussion and Planning for Retreat 2009
Terri Meyer Boake, University of Waterloo
Chubut Bldg.Terrace

11:00 am Departure Time



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