Learning Opportunities

Pagers gain and maintain subject matter expertise across our core market sectors and services by participating in learning opportunities. See the below schedule for online sessions and be sure to check back periodically for updates. Sessions are open to anyone in the A/E/C and associated industries unless otherwise noted.

Chronological

COVID-19 Special Webinar: ASID 2020 Outlook and State of Interior Design: Economic Outlook (FREE but registration required)
Hosted by ASID (American Socity of Interior Designers) 
On-demand

COVID-19 Special Webinar: Business Unusual: Navigating through COVID-19 (FREE but registration required)
Hosted by ASID (American Socity of Interior Designers) 
On-demand

Life Safety Podcast: Designing Life Safety Elements of Healthcare Facilities
Guest experts Page Principals Kurt Neubek, FAIA, EDAC, LEED AP and Brian Gray, AIA 
Hosted by Ruben Garcia, The Life Saving Guy
Full podcast 
Segment 1, Emergency departments and COVID-19
Segment 2, Life safety code and suites in hospitals
Segment 3, Getting decisions that stick! 
On-demand

Webcast Series: Places Matter: Prevention and Preparedness, Resilience and Recovery (FREE but registration required)
Hosted by IWBI (International WELL Building Institute)
Webcasts are available on demand afterward. 

  1. Part 1: Places matter to build community. Our global community’s response to the novel Coronavirus: Learn from our global outposts, including our team in China, in the wake of the novel coronavirus. Discover solutions-oriented interventions, research-based strategies, and actionable tips for how to keep your team connected, healthy and centered in this era of pandemic.
    Thursday, March 26, 10:00 AM ET and 8:00PM ET. Link provided after registration.
  2. Part 2: Places matter to prevent and prepare. Navigating the new normal and putting health first: Hear from health experts about best practices for working from home while taking care of your health. Explore ergonomics, acoustics, ideas for combating social isolation and more.
    Friday, April 3, time and link provided after registration.
  3. Part 3: Places matter to foster resilience. Strategies to help organizations plan: The novel Coronavirus has challenged organizations all over the world to rethink everything from emergency preparedness plans, to cleaning practices to policies and programs that support their employee's mental health. Join us to learn how key strategies within the WELL Building Standard can help your organization prepare for the future and combat public health challenges - not just now, but for the long term.
    Thursday, April 9, time and link provided after registration.
  4. Part 4: Places matter for mental resilience. COVID-19 is directly impacting our daily routines from team manages to parents and distancing family members, our environments and lifestyles in ways we never could have imagined. Join IWBI President Rachel Gutter and New York Times best-selling author and clinical professor of psychiatry Dr. Dan Siegel for a discussion about cultivating mental resilience. 
    Wednesday, April 15, time and link provided after registration. 
  5. Part 5: Places matter for human health. Evidence-based strategies show how to prioritize human health in the spaces where we live, work, play and heal. Join assistant professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Dr. Joseph G. Allen and IWBI President, Rachel Gutter to discuss how these can be applied today. 
    Friday, May 1, time and link provided after registration. 
  6. Part 6: Places matter for stress and immunity. Join best-selling author and research director of the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, Dr. Esther Sternberg, to learn how spaces can be designed to minimize stress and support immune health.
    Friday, May 8, time and link provided after registration. 
  7. Part 7: Places matter to microbial interactions. Author and professor of pediatrics Dr. Jack Gilbert will discuss recent advancements in microbial community research and upcoming strategies to manage infectious disease transmission and spread. 
    Thursday, May 21, time and link provided after registration. 
  8. Part 8: Places matter to policy, operations and design. Explore strategies and solutions in WELL that can help your organization in the fight against COVID-19. 
    Friday, May 29, time and link provided after registration. 
  9. Part 9: Power of place: a conversation about racial inequities highlighted by COVID-19. Explore the role the places where we live, work, gather and heal have to play in leveling systemic inequities. 
    Thursday, June 18, time and link provided after registration. 

The New, the Old, the Natural: Exploring Gentrification and Transformation in an Old East Dallas Neighborhood
Presented by Page Associate Principal Ricardo Muñoz at Spring 2020 Virtual Conference
Hosted by ARCC (Architectural Research Centers Consortium) 
Thursday, April 16 - Saturday, April 18, 2020

Virtual Town Hall: Owner Challenges and Solutions ($25 for non-COAA members)
Page Principal Kurt Neubek FAIA, LEED AP, EDAC is scheduled to speak on the importance of getting projects shovel-ready now. 
Hosted by COAA (Construction Owners of America Association) 
Tuesday, April 21, 2:00 - 3:30 PM ET

COVID-19 Special Webinar: Shovels in the Ground: How Developers Are Preparing for the Next Step (FREE with registration)
Hosted by The Architect's Newspaper
Friday, May 1, 1:00 PM ET then available on demand

Webinar: Green Building and Virus Protection (FREE but registration required) 
Attention to the current pandemic is an opportunity to make decisions that not only reduce virus spread, but also make our built environment greener and healthier. Page Principal Wendy Heger AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP is co-presenting. 
Hosted by Green Building Resource Center in conjunction with US Green Building Council Texas Chapter
Wednesday, May 27 at 3:00 PM CT

Webinar: Semiconductor Industry Needs in UPW and Water Management During Turbulent Times (FREE with registration) 
Dan Wilcox, Page Associate Principal / Process Engineering Director will participate. 
Hosted by Ultrapure Micro 
Thursday, June 18, 2020 12 PM CT

Webinar: Designing Resilient Spaces
Indoors and outside, how can designers create spaces that will endure short term shocks and have a long-lasting positive impact on people’s lives?
Page Building Sciences Director Jill Kurtz will participate.
Hosted by Metropolis Magazine
Tuesday, June 23, 4:00-5:00 PM ET

Webinar: Representing US: Evolution of U.S. Embassy Design ($15 for members; $25 for non-members)
Three Page embassy projects will be featured in this discussion about the architectural history of U.S. Embassy design, beginning in 1790 through present day. 
Hosted by AIA Washington DC Chapter
Monday, June 29, 4:00-5:00 PM ET

Expert Webinar Series: The Relevance of Green Building Rating Systems: A Texas Perspective (FREE to members; $20 otherwise)
Page Principal / Houston Civic and PK-12 Director Wendy Heger will present. 
Hosted by Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects (I-LinCP) 
Tuesday, July 7, 12:00 PM CT

Webinar: Healthcare Facilities in a Post-COVID-19 World (FREE with registration)
Page Principals Kurt Neubek FAIA and Brian Gray AIA will present. 
Hosted by Houston Area Association for Hospital Engineering
Thursday, July 9, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CT

Gulf Coast Green 2020 Green Building Virtual Conference: Sustainable + Technology (pricing varies) 
Hosted by AIA Houston Chapter
AIA, ASLA and GBCI CEUs available
Thursday and Friday, July 9 and 10

DesignFWD Virtual Summit: A New Path Forward (content available on demand)
Page Designer Erica Wong will co-present on A Sustainable Path Forward 
Hosted by Mohawk Group
Wednesday - Friday, July 15 - 17, 2020

Webinar: Substrate Environment Contamination Control: The Manufacturing Tools Perspective (FREE with registration) 
Dan Wilcox, Page Associate Principal / Process Engineering Director will moderate. 
Hosted by Ultrapure Micro 
Thursday, July 16, 2020 8 AM PT

Amplifying Voices: Creating Change Through Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, A Zoom Event (FREE with registration) 
Page Designer Yvette Herrera Durán will moderate. 
Hosted by the Latinos in Architecture Committee of AIA Houston
Tuesday, July 21 6:00 - 7:00PM CT

Architecture

Webinar: Representing US: Evolution of U.S. Embassy Design ($15 for members; $25 for non-members)
Three Page embassy projects will be featured in this discussion about the architectural history of U.S. Embassy design, beginning in 1790 through present day. 
Hosted by AIA Washington DC Chapter
Monday, June 29, 4:00-5:00 PM ET

Building Sciences

Webcast Series: Places Matter: Prevention and Preparedness, Resilience and Recovery (FREE but registration required)
Hosted by IWBI (International WELL Building Institute)

  1. Part 1: Places matter to build community. Our global community’s response to the novel Coronavirus: Learn from our global outposts, including our team in China, in the wake of the novel coronavirus. Discover solutions-oriented interventions, research-based strategies, and actionable tips for how to keep your team connected, healthy and centered in this era of pandemic.
    Thursday, March 26, 10:00 AM ET and 8:00PM ET. Link provided after registration.
  2. Part 2: Places matter to prevent and prepare. Navigating the new normal and putting health first: Hear from health experts about best practices for working from home while taking care of your health. Explore ergonomics, acoustics, ideas for combating social isolation and more.
    Friday, April 3, time and link provided after registration.
  3. Part 3: Places matter to foster resilience. Strategies to help organizations plan: The novel Coronavirus has challenged organizations all over the world to rethink everything from emergency preparedness plans, to cleaning practices to policies and programs that support their employee's mental health. Join us to learn how key strategies within the WELL Building Standard can help your organization prepare for the future and combat public health challenges - not just now, but for the long term.
    Thursday, April 9, time and link provided after registration.
  4. Part 4: Places matter for mental resilience. COVID-19 is directly impacting our daily routines from team manages to parents and distancing family members, our environments and lifestyles in ways we never could have imagined. Join IWBI President Rachel Gutter and New York Times best-selling author and clinical professor of psychiatry Dr. Dan Siegel for a discussion about cultivating mental resilience. 
    Wednesday, April 15, time and link provided after registration. 
  5. Part 5: Places matter for human health. Evidence-based strategies show how to prioritize human health in the spaces where we live, work, play and heal. Join assistant professor at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Dr. Joseph G. Allen and IWBI President, Rachel Gutter to discuss how these can be applied today. 
    Friday, May 1, time and link provided after registration. 
  6. Part 6: Places matter for stress and immunity. Join best-selling author and research director of the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, Dr. Esther Sternberg, to learn how spaces can be designed to minimize stress and support immune health.
    Friday, May 8, time and link provided after registration. 
  7. Part 7: Places matter to microbial interactions. Author and professor of pediatrics Dr. Jack Gilbert will discuss recent advancements in microbial community research and upcoming strategies to manage infectious disease transmission and spread. 
    Thursday, May 21, time and link provided after registration. 
  8. Part 8: Places matter to policy, operations and design. Explore strategies and solutions in WELL that can help your organization in the fight against COVID-19. 
    Friday, May 29, time and link provided after registration. 
  9. Part 9: Power of place: a conversation about racial inequities highlighted by COVID-19. Explore the role the places where we live, work, gather and heal have to play in leveling systemic inequities. 
    Thursday, June 18, time and link provided after registration. 

Webinar: Green Building and Virus Protection (FREE but registration required) 
Attention to the current pandemic is an opportunity to make decisions that not only reduce virus spread, but also make our built environment greener and healthier. Page Principal Wendy Heger AIA, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP is co-presenting. 
Hosted by Green Building Resource Center in conjunction with US Green Building Council Texas Chapter
Wednesday, May 27 at 3:00 PM CT

Webinar: Designing Resilient Spaces
Indoors and outside, how can designers create spaces that will endure short term shocks and have a long-lasting positive impact on people’s lives?
Page Building Sciences Director Jill Kurtz will participate.
​Hosted by Metropolis Magazine
Tuesday, June 23, 4:00-5:00 PM ET

Expert Webinar Series: The Relevance of Green Building Rating Systems: A Texas Perspective (FREE to members; $20 otherwise)
Page Principal / Houston Civic and PK-12 Director Wendy Heger will present. 
Hosted by Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects (I-LinCP) 
Tuesday, July 7, 12:00 PM CT

Gulf Coast Green 2020 Green Building Virtual Conference: Sustainable + Technology (pricing varies)  
Hosted by AIA Houston Chapter
AIA, ASLA and GBCI CEUs available
Thursday and Friday, July 9 and 10

Engineering

Webinar: Semiconductor Industry Needs in UPW and Water Management During Turbulent Times (FREE with registration) 
Dan Wilcox, Page Associate Principal / Process Engineering Director will participate. 
Hosted by Ultrapure Micro 
Thursday, June 18, 2020 12 PM CT

Webinar: Substrate Environment Contamination Control: The Manufacturing Tools Perspective (FREE with registration) 
Dan Wilcox, Page Associate Principal / Process Engineering Director will moderate. 
Hosted by Ultrapure Micro 
Thursday, July 16, 2020 8 AM PT

Healthcare

Life Safety Podcast: Designing Life Safety Elements of Healthcare Facilities
Guest experts Page Principals Kurt Neubek, FAIA, EDAC, LEED AP and Brian Gray, AIA 
Hosted by Ruben Garcia, The Life Saving Guy
Full podcast
Segment 1, Emergency departments and COVID-19
Segment 2, Life safety code and suites in hospitals
Segment 3, Getting decisions that stick! 
On-demand

Webinar: Healthcare Facilities in a Post-COVID-19 World (FREE with registration)
Page Principals Kurt Neubek FAIA and Brian Gray AIA will present. 
Hosted by Houston Area Association for Hospital Engineering
Thursday, July 9, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CT

Housing / Hospitality

The New, the Old, the Natural: Exploring Gentrification and Transformation in an Old East Dallas Neighborhood
Presented by Page Associate Principal Ricardo Muñoz at Spring 2020 Virtual Conference
Hosted by ARCC (Architectural Research Centers Consortium) 
Thursday, April 16 - Saturday, April 18, 2020

Interiors

DesignFWD Virtual Summit: A New Path Forward (content available on demand)
Page Designer Erica Wong will co-present on A Sustainable Path Forward 
Hosted by Mohawk Group
Wednesday - Friday, July 15 - 17, 202

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