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Education, Urban Planning and Facility Management are among virtual sessions at NeoCon

NeoCon 2023 will provide programming across a range of educational topics and categories with CEU accredited seminars that offer world-class expertise and insight on relevant topics.

This year, CEU programming will be offered both online and in-person. All CEU Sessions, onsite and virtual, have been approved for continuing education credit with IDCEC for interior designers and AIA for architects. To receive credit for the virtual sessions, participants must remain on the webinar for up to 60 minutes and complete and submit the 10-question quiz provided.

Topics for Onsite CEUs include Workplace, Public Space, Industry Directions, Design Skills and DEI.

Virtual CEUs also will be offered during the show. Topics include Technology, Sustainability, Healthcare, Wellness, Hospitality, Lighting, Education, Facilities Management, Urban Planning and Workplace Education.

Education FMs, planners and designers may be interested in attending:

Interconnectedness: Towards Learning . . . and Working in 2050, presented by Tomas Jimenez-Eliaeson, AIA, LEED BC, M.ARCH Design Partner, LITTLE; and Jim Thompson, AIA, IIDA, LEED AP BD+C, National Design Partner, Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, Inc.

The Era of Immersive Experiences: Implications for Work and Learning Environments, presented by Andrew Kim Director, WorkSpace Futures, Steelcase; Paul Noll, Principal Researcher, WorkSpace Futures, Steelcase, and Don Abraham, Senior Partner, Consulting Division, Kantar.

Understanding Faculty Perspectives in Designing Classroom Environments, presented by Marisa Sergnese, MEd
Principal Consultant, Education Learning Spaces, Steelcase Learning.

For Government FMs, NeoCon’s Urban Planning category offers:

The Death of a City: Will Cities Die or Thrive Without the Workplace? Presented by Kelly Bacon, MBA, Global Practice Lead, People + Places Advisory, AECOM; Ryan Bouma, RLA, Ecodistrict AP Vice President, Principal, Urbanism + Planning Lead – East, AECOM; Gonzalo Cruz, ASLA Vice President, Northeast & Americas Urbanism Lead, AECOM; and Francis Cooke, Associate Vice President, Design Principal, Architecture, AECOM.

Facilities Management sessions also offer virtual CEUs:

It’s Not Easy Being Green (But Let’s Do It Anyway); Building a Roadmap to Sustainable Furniture and Facility Practices presented by Dianne Murata, Founding Principal, kimiko designs and Joanna Friesen Toler, Vice President, Construction and Design Manager, Amegy Bank.

Restroom Revolution: A New Look at Accessibility and Inclusivity offered by Jemma Radick, SEGD, Design Director, IA Interior Architects and Clark Pickett, LEED AP, Design Director, IA Interior Architects.

The Pitfalls of Portfolio Consolidation presented by Kelly Bacon, MBA, Global Practice Lead, People + Places Advisory, AECOM and Lauren Foisy, NCIDQ, LEED AP, Practice Lead, People + Places Advisory, AECOM.

Click here to register to attend NeoCon and select sessions.