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Share Your Ideas at EDspaces 2019 — Call for Presentations Now Open

Silver Spring, Md. – The Education Market Association (EDmarket) is calling upon thought leaders to shape the future of educational facilities at EDspaces, October 23-25, 2019 in Milwaukee, WI. EDspaces features more than 100 speakers presenting education sessions on emerging trends, thought-provoking topics, and cutting-edge ideas for the educational environment.

Industry experts are invited to share their knowledge and expertise by submitting proposals for engaging presentations that inform EDspaces attendees about proven practices, push the leading edge of the profession, and motivate the pursuit of excellence. The EDspaces Education Committee will weave together a series of curated sessions that inform and support the future of educational facilities in the following program areas: Community Engagement; Design/ Infrastructure, Environment/Health, Facility Planning/ Operations/ Management, Pedagogy/Student Outcomes, and Technology.

“The EDspaces education program sets the foundation for the high-level conversations happening in all aspects of the event” says Jim McGarry, EDmarket President/ CEO. “We invite creative thinkers to share their unique perspective on integrating space and pedagogical needs to improve student outcomes.”

EDmarket is privileged to partner with leading professional and trade organizations including the American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Education (AIA-CAE), the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), just to name a few. The AIA-CAE also co-locates their Fall Meeting at EDspaces providing valuable assistance with education and tour planning.

Gain visibility in the industry and contribute to the advancement of the profession by submitting a proposal by March 8, 2019.

 

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