Transactions: Incentivized Agreements for Public-Public and Public-Private Partnerships
November 3, 2017 | Portland, OR
This event is sold out! On-site registration will NOT be available.
This micro-symposium is the second of a two-part series titled Transformations + Transactions: Reinventing Discovery and Delivery in Higher Education.
The ever-changing ways in which students learn and engage, combined with new delivery models, pose great opportunities for campus planners to “Transform + Transact” to make a difference on their campuses. In a two-part series, the SCUP Pacific Region Micro-symposia will explore strategies for realizing financially viable projects that serve current and future learn/live modalities. Part 1— “Transformations”—held in June of 2017, investigated how learning environments can best encourage innovative, supportive, and experiential learning.
Join us for Part 2 of this discussion with industry leaders who are currently exploring these new educational and delivery models. Find out how to embed transformation and innovative transactions into your integrated planning frameworks.
Part 2 - Transactions: Incentivized Agreements for Public-Public and Public-Private Partnerships
Visionary goals by academic institutions are met with innovative, multi-agency partnerships that are characterized by minimal silos and synergistic strategic planning. New financial and contractual models are currently being pioneered by public-public and public-private partners. During this symposium, case studies will be used to reveal an array of risk management and quality assurance strategies being implemented during the different phases of a project’s development, from planning through occupancy. Industry leaders will share their experiences forming partnerships that result in innovative campus environments that help position students to thrive in work and life.
Join your peers at the recently opened Faubion School + Concordia University for a discussion about some of the most exciting partnerships in the region.
Describe strategies that create win-win solutions for multi-partner endeavors.
Explain lessons learned from developing multi-partner agreements.
Describe the value of multi-partner agreements to your respective institutions.
Describe how the unique design and program of the new Faubion School + Concordia University contributes to a new way of teaching and learning.