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Integrative health principles for higher education campus planning and student success

Michelle  McCoy , MHA
Michelle McCoy , MHA
Michelle McCoy
Executive Director, Operations & Capital Projects
Martha  Ball, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C
Martha Ball, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C
Martha Ball
Higher Education Sector Leader
Robert Pulito, AIA
Robert Pulito, AIA
Robert Pulito
Principal, Architect

Linking academic success with health and wellness practices will ensure the campus of the future is the foundation for seasoned individuals who will contribute positively to society. This session explores a case study of the newly completed UC Irvine Health Science & Nursing facility to demonstrate how integrative health principles can be used as a broader framework for integrated campus planning. They detail evidence-based design strategies, and an individualized, whole person approach to health and wellness that builds community through emphasis on physical, mental, and emotional health. They share trends for application on future planning projects. 

Occurs Location
Monday, May 6th 2:20PM - 3:15PM
Tuesday, May 7th 11:45AM - 12:40PM
Las Palmas
CEU Type Units
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
1.00 Units
Health, Safety and Welfare (HSW)
1.00 Units