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October 20-22, 2013
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SCUP 2013 Southern Regional Conference

SCUP
Atlanta, GA

Nothing is permanent except change; the continuous evolution of higher education is its only constant. The speed of this evolution is influenced by many drivers, but as we attempt to predict what the future of higher education might look like, it is evident that changes are accelerating at an unprecedented pace.
From academics to campus life, from fiscal to the environmental, the future is influenced in part by changes in expectations, technologies, pedagogies, and demographics. Glimpses of the future of higher education are starting to influence the way we think of and plan for our institutions now. Student, parent, legislative, and market expectations are advancing performance-based, results-oriented decisions in every aspect of education. Technologies are driving changes in the way education is purchased, accessed, and delivered.
Education and scholarship are no longer bound by location, time, or cost. How do planners integrate academics, financial, and physical parameters and interest when they are changing so quickly? What makes the campus of the future relevant in the age of online classes? What environmental and fiscal changes have to be made to accommodate changing models of learning?
Campus planners must answer these questions while providing a physical environment that advances their institution's mission and promotes student learning. To do so requires a planning process that integrates all aspects of campus planning--physical, budgetary, academic, and high-level strategic planning—and requires planners to know the latest best practices and upcoming trends in all areas of higher education. At this conference, planners will acquire skills that allow them to integrate the latest practices in higher education planning, discuss unique solutions to the latest higher education challenges, and connect with other leaders in higher education.

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#a.177966 Monday October 21, 2:30PM to 3:30PM

A Dialogue Concerning the Uncertain Future of the Campus (CN022)

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The winds of change are in the air and in much of the conversation regarding higher education, from the capital to the boardroom to the pages of The Chronicle o ... more

#a.177969 Tuesday October 22, 9:45AM to 10:45AM

A Hub for Interdisciplinary Collaboration—Duke's Gross Hall Reawakened (CN026)

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Duke University's Paul M. Gross Hall was marked for demolition until financial struggles in 2009 caused the university to reconsider its future. Located central ... more

#a.177934 Monday October 21, 11:00AM to 12:00PM

A Restoration Success: The Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech (CN011)

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Restoring historic structures on an urban campus presents unique design challenges. The Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech, built in 1941, completed a ... more

#a.177958 Monday October 21, 1:15PM to 2:15PM

Advancing the Flipped Classroom in Practice: UF Harrell Medical Education Building (CN019)

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George T. Harrell, hired in 1954 to design and develop the University of Florida's (UF) medical college, handpicked its first group of students and faculty. Dur ... more

#a.177898 Tuesday October 22, 8:30AM to 9:30AM

Athletics as a Catalyst: Growing Into the Big League (CN004)

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Two recent examples of new collegiate football stadium projects in Texas highlight a growing trend for higher education institutions to heighten their visibilit ... more

#a.177955 Tuesday October 22, 9:45AM to 10:45AM

Atlanta University Center Consortium—Collaborations, Today and Tomorrow (CN018)

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This consortium, whose members include Spelman College, Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta University, and Morehouse School Medicine, has been leading the field i ... more

#a.177979 Sunday October 20, 9:30AM to 12:00PM

Campus Tour | Atlanta University Center Consortium (CT003)

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Located in the heart of Atlanta, the Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC) is a unique partnership among Spelman College, Morehouse College, Clark Atlanta ... more

#a.177977 Sunday October 20, 1:00PM to 5:00PM

Campus Tour | Emory University (CT001)

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Emory University, recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts colleges, graduate, and professional schools, and one of the Southeast’s leading h ... more

#a.177978 Tuesday October 22, 2:00PM to 4:30PM

Campus Tour | Georgia Tech University Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons and Hinman Research Building (CT002)

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The G. Wayne Clough Learning Commons is a 220,000 square foot, $72 million facility for collaborative learning, scientific instruction, student support and unde ... more

#a.177933 Tuesday October 22, 9:45AM to 10:45AM

Challenges, Conflict, Compromise: Growing the University in an Urban Environment (CN010)

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Growing a 21st century university in an urban-intense environment that will attract high caliber students and faculty is not without significant challenges, con ... more