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Location

Exclusively Online via Zoom.

Start Date

13-6-2020 11:45 AM

End Date

13-6-2020 12:45 PM

Description

A Working Lunch brainstorming discussion, moderated by Professor Smirniotopoulos, to discuss “What Comes Next?” in the context of Innovating the Built Environment: How the Law Responds to Disruptive Change.

Registered students in Prof. Smirniotopoulos’s Innovating the Built Environment course will take one-to-two minutes each to present their initial project ideas for their Final Projects in the course, as well as outlining and moderating a discussion of the Challenges and Opportunities presented by their ideas. Symposium participants are encouraged to set up lunch in front of their computers and participate actively in discussing each student’s project idea, providing relevant feedback to help guide each student in moving forward in the development of her/his idea over the following two weeks, which will comprise the largest component of their final course grade. Additionally, a panel of legal experts from the Seattle University School of Law will provide each ITBE student with specific guidance for further developing their respective project ideas

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Student Project Final Reports Included below.

Session 3 Introduction.pdf (151 kB)
by Prof. Peter Smirniotopoulos

Session 3 Summary.pdf (239 kB)
Summary of Proceedings by Jeffrey Thomson

Carlisle_Dana_FINAL.pdf (2350 kB)
Equitable TOD: A Sound Transit Case Study

Cratsenberg_Amber_FINAL.pdf (20649 kB)
Building a Greenway in Seattle: Environmental Gentrification Impacts

Hogan,_Abby_FINAL.pdf (4748 kB)
Rethinking Affordable Housing Density in a Post-COVID-19 World

Kros_Jessica_FINAL.pdf (3816 kB)
A Crisis of Our Own Design: Zoning ordinances, housing needs, and nowhere left to build

Pearsall_Devin_FINAL.pdf (1430 kB)
Modular Construction: An opportunity to build faster, cheaper, better

Rios-Martinez_Maria_FINAL.pdf (11617 kB)
Lessons Learned from the Portland Regional Trail System

Szvetecz_Annie_FINAL.pdf (694 kB)
Accessory Dwelling Units (“ADUs”) on Non-Owner-Occupied Single-Family Lots

Nicolas_Gelline_FINAL.pdf (114 kB)
What Is the Role of Zoning in Addressing the Production of Affordable Housing

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Jun 13th, 11:45 AM Jun 13th, 12:45 PM

SESSION 3: Virtual Luncheon Session

Exclusively Online via Zoom.

A Working Lunch brainstorming discussion, moderated by Professor Smirniotopoulos, to discuss “What Comes Next?” in the context of Innovating the Built Environment: How the Law Responds to Disruptive Change.

Registered students in Prof. Smirniotopoulos’s Innovating the Built Environment course will take one-to-two minutes each to present their initial project ideas for their Final Projects in the course, as well as outlining and moderating a discussion of the Challenges and Opportunities presented by their ideas. Symposium participants are encouraged to set up lunch in front of their computers and participate actively in discussing each student’s project idea, providing relevant feedback to help guide each student in moving forward in the development of her/his idea over the following two weeks, which will comprise the largest component of their final course grade. Additionally, a panel of legal experts from the Seattle University School of Law will provide each ITBE student with specific guidance for further developing their respective project ideas