Programming Announced Spring 2022 Architecture for Health Visiting Lecture Series

Texas A&M School of Architecture, in collaboration with the College of Medicine and the School of Public Health, has released the schedule and programming for its Spring 2022 Architecture for Health Visiting Lecture Series. The lecture series, open to architects, health consultants, nurses, allied health professionals and the general public, is sponsored by Ronald L. Skaggs, FAIA, & Joseph G. Sprague, FAIA. It is coordinated by Professor George J. Mann, AIA.

Beginning 12:30 p.m. (Central Time ) Friday, Jan. 21, invited interdisciplinary speakers will discuss their concepts and work on architecture for health projects all over the world.

Talks will be held at Texas A&M University’s KAMU TV Studio, Moore Communications Center. Space is limited. Another way to access the lectures is via Zoom at

Meeting ID: 930 9519 8836 | Passcode: 461041

Upcoming lectures and topics include:
Friday, Jan. 21: Welcome & Course Review
Friday, Jan. 28: Keynote Address: Achieving Health — Through Teams, by Design
Friday, Feb. 4: Experiencing a Pivotal Moment in World History
Friday, Feb. 11: Human-Centered Design: Big Picture to Small Details, Houston Methodist Hospital
Friday, Feb. 18: Born on the Enge, Mbale Centre of Excellence for Newborn Care & Newborn Training, Eastern Region of Uganda
Friday, Feb. 25: Operational Health Facility Planning for the U.S. Army in an International Environment
Friday, March 4: Challenges in Planning & Designing Healthcare & Senior Care in Developing Countries: China, Japan, India, Thailand, Israel, Ecuador, & the Middle East
Friday, March 25: BUILD
Friday, April 1: Building a Sustainable Healthcare System in a Third World Country
Friday, April 8: Global Healthcare Architecture — Tales from Working Abroad: Southeast Asia, China, India
Friday, April 22: Sustainability, Comfort, & Experience — Leveraging Multi-System Approaches & Data-Driven Design

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Posted January 17, 2022

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