HEDQF - Higher Education Design Quality Forum - Annual Conference

14th - 15th July 2022
Venue: Cardiff University
<b>No match for HEADLINE in published_events</b>

Summary

The AUE subscribes to HEDQF - Higher Education Design Quality Forum. If any AUE members attend the conference the AUE Executive Committee would love to have your feedback (send to info@aue.ac.uk)

What to expect

You are now invited to register for the HEDQF Annual Conference 2022 / Cynhadledd Flynyddol HEDQF 2022, taking place on 14 th and 15 th July at Cardiff University.  The cost for members is £225 per person.  Draft programme and provisional timings below:
 

HEDQF Annual Conference:  14th and 15th July 2022 at Cardiff University 

This year's Annual Conference will be held at Cardiff University which has recently undertaken an ambitious and transformative programme of estates investments to provide it with the facilities for the 21st century.  

 

 

Thursday 14th July (provisional timings) 
 

 

From 
13:00 

Tea/coffee on arrival in the Glamorgan Building, CF10 3WT 
 

13:30 

Welcome and introduction to the university's impressive investment and the buildings to be visited by Dev Biddlecome, Director of Estates and Campus Facilities at Cardiff University, followed by visits to the Centre for Student Life (Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios), Abacws (Stride Treglown with Adjaye Associates) sbarc/spark (Hawkins Brown) and the Translational Research Hub (HOK). 
 

From 
17:30 

A drinks reception will be held in the Glamorgan Building from 5.30pm, with an overview of the Welsh School of Architecture and a visit to the recently refurbished Bute Building (BDP Architects), home of the School of Architecture, and to the Degree Show. 

 

Friday 15th July (provisional timings) 

 

09:30 

Registration & tea/coffee  
 

10:00 

Welcome and Introduction – Dr Ghazwa Alwani-Starr, QMUL, HEDQF Chair 
 

10:05 

Session 1: 
Welcome to the University of Cardiff, its future priorities in a post-covid world, and a Welsh perspective: The Wellbeing and Future Generations Act and its impact on campus priorities and design 
 

11.00 

Session 2:  
Designing for the new world 1:  Sustainability – environmental, economic and societal: Zero Carbon, Community, Research, Enterprise and Innovation 
 

12.00 

Session 3: 
Debate with interactive questions from delegates: 'Are new buildings dead?' 
 

12.40 

Lunch 

13.40 

Session 4: 
Update on HEDQF Research 
 

14.00 

Session 5: 
The HEDQF Student Prize, which this year is at the Welsh School of Architecture 
 

14.30 

Tea/Coffee 
 

14.50 

Session 6: 
Designing for the new world 2: The future student environment including designs for new ways of learning and teaching, wellbeing, interactions between the physical and the digital worlds) 
 

15.50 

Session 7: 
Designing for the New World 3:  The Smart Campus – how data is being used to shape design 
 

16.30 

Summing up and close – Dr Ghaz Alwani-Starr, QMUL, HEDQF Chair  
 

16.35 

Finish