January 17–April 19, 2023 | Online | See Schedule for Details
The Facilities Stewardship Series engages active business leaders to share their insights on tools and techniques that they are using to understand, reimagine, and reinvest in the physical campus for the greatest benefit to the communities they serve.
This Partner Webcast Series is created by Gordian and offered free for members thanks to their generous support.
This webcast and webcast materials (the “webcast”) are provided for general informational purposes only. The views expressed in the webcast are those of the webcast sponsor and/or individual speakers and not NACUBO. NACUBO does not necessarily endorse any information, views, products, or services discussed in the webcast.
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This NACUBO Partner Webcast Series is generously supported by:
Integrating Campus Mission, Capital Strategy, and Space Optimization
January 17, 2023 • 1–1:45 pm ET
Join this session to explore how to align critical voices and functions on campus regarding plans for place, resource optimization, and institutional identity in the wake of the seismic demographic and programmatic shifts in higher ed over the past few years.
Join this session to learn how the nature of the higher ed campus is becoming ever more linked to the built environment and how changes to program, technology, social experience, and resources will be critical to adapting the campus to an evolving customer profile with increasingly diverse community needs.
Join the “State of Facilities” conversation as our speakers dissect the data and trends that will play a pivotal role in reshaping the future of the built environment in higher education and the decision-making frameworks that are flying in the face of the status quo.
The Debt Burden of Deferred Capital Renewal in an Inflationary Environment
April 19, 2023 • 1–1:45 pm ET
Join this session to engage with our speakers on different strategies for tackling burgeoning deferral rates that seem to extend beyond the reach of traditional financial measures and reckoning tools and explore what past investment lessons might tell us about the future challenges.