Life In Between

A forum on graduate student spaces for interaction and relaxation

Desk  Media Lab cafeteria

Join us for a cross-campus discussion on community space, its challenges and opportunities on the MIT campus.

 

Tuesday May 8th, 2012
5:30 to 7 pm (light food served)
32-124
** PLEASE RSVP VIA THE REGISTRATION FORM BELOW**

Distinguished Panelists:

  • Caroline Jones, Professor, Dept. of Architecture
  • Kip Ellis, Principal, EYP Architecture & Engineering
  • Mohamad Chakaki, PhD Student, Dept. of Architecture
  • Pam Delphenich, Director of MIT Campus Planning & Design

Key themes:

  • Community building: Intellectual and social community (e.g. event spaces)
  • Collaboration: Creating opportunities for both planned and fortuitous interactions across disciplinary lines (e.g. meeting spaces, social/lounge spaces)
  • Wellness: Mental health and necessary spaces for reenergizing (e.g. lounge spaces)
  • Productivity: Environments that facilitate effective interactions (e.g. well-equipped meeting rooms)
  • Creativity: Spaces that inspire collaborative ingenuity

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