SCUP’s 49th Annual, International Conference

Join WTC Consulting, Inc., Booth #634, at the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) 49th Annual, International Conference on July 12-16, 2014 in the David Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  WTC is pleased to exhibit and be a sponsor at this annual event.  Over 1,500 senior-level higher education leaders and design professionals are attending.

The theme for 2014 is “Plan for Transformation” in Higher Education.  More than 100 educational sessions and intensive workshops will be conducted on strategic, academic, fiscal, technology, and facilities planning practices that will provide practical solutions and applications.  Topical areas include:

  • Academic Program Prioritization
  • Leading through Disruptive Change
  • Institutional/Educational Effectiveness
  • Stewardship of Resources
  • Engagement and Inclusiveness in the Planning Process
  • IT and Learning Environment
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Town/Gown

The Society for College and University Planning was established in 1965 and is a community of senior, higher education leaders who are responsible for, or are involved in, the integration of planning on their campuses and for the professionals who support them.  SCUP’s Annual, International Conference & The Corner is a premier conference focusing on best practices in integrated planning.  Activities throughout the conference will inform, challenge, and give you take away knowledge you can immediately apply on your own campus.  Attendees will include a broad range of people in higher education who have responsibility for, or interest in, planning issues on their campus, including Chancellors, Presidents, Vice Presidents and Chief Operating Officers, Provosts, Principals and Partners, Deans, department heads, faculty, project directors, architects, engineering, and more.

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