Wed, Oct 13 | Virtual

Flourishing Communities Collaborative: Connecting Communities, the Academy, and Practice

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Flourishing Communities Collaborative: Connecting Communities, the Academy, and Practice

Time & Location

Oct 13, 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM EDT
Virtual

About the Event

Julie Ju-Youn Kim, AIA, Associate Professor; Associate Chair; and Director, Undergraduate Program at Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture, headlines October’s Architects Roundtable with a conversation on the school’s Flourishing Communities Collaborative (FC2) program.

FC2 is modeled after a teaching hospital as an innovative curricular model that builds relationships between students, faculty, practitioners, and the community in applied design thinking and problem solving for under-served communities.

As FC2 director, Julie will share lessons learned from projects like First United Methodist Church, Clarkston Community Health Center, and efforts in Westside Neighborhood English Avenue.