[Sbse] Adapting Buildings to a Changing Climate Symposium - Albany, NY - October 1, 2018

Rajkovich, Nicholas rajkovic at buffalo.edu
Mon Aug 6 07:46:05 PDT 2018

SBSE Community,

Several people have reported that had issues with the links from Seth's email. The following are updated URLs:

*         Symposium link -- https://projects.erg.com/conferences/nyserda/docs/2018-08-02_ClimateAdaptationSymposium_DRAFT.pdf

*         Registration link -- https://projects.erg.com/conferences/nyserda/register-symposium.asp

*         Conference hotel -- https://www.desmondhotelsalbany.com/

If you have any problems with the above web addresses, or have any questions about the symposium, please email.

Nick Rajkovich
Nicholas B. Rajkovich, PhD, AIA
Assistant Professor
University at Buffalo
School of Architecture and Planning
Phone: (716) 829-6910

From: sbse-bounces at uidaho.edu <sbse-bounces at uidaho.edu> On Behalf Of Holmes, Seth
Sent: Friday, August 3, 2018 1:19 PM
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Subject: [Sbse] Adapting Buildings to a Changing Climate Symposium - Albany, NY - October 1, 2018


The Adapting Buildings to a Changing Climate Symposium will take place in Albany, NY this October 1, 2018.  This symposium draws together academics and practitioners from the Northeast and Great Lakes regions to address critical questions in climate resilience applicable to New York State, including how built environment professionals respond to a changing climate; how building stock can adapt to climate change in New York State; and how resilience is currently being addressed by these professions.

 Key note speakers include Illya Azarov, AIA (Principal of +LAB architect PLLC, and Associate Professor at New York City College of Technology) and Kristin Baja (Climate Resilience Officer for the Urban Sustainability Directors Network). Participants will also hear results from recent research conducted by UB, L&S Energy Services, and Weather Analytics. The research, and this event, are supported by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority and the UB School of Architecture and Planning.

If you are interested in attending, please register for the symposium at: https://projects.erg.com/conferences/nyserda/register-symposium.asp. <https://projects.erg.com/conferences/nyserda/register-symposium.asp.>

Please make your hotel and travel arrangements as soon as possible. Rooms are available at the conference hotel: https://www.desmondhotelsalbany.com/.<https://www.desmondhotelsalbany.com/>

Encourage your friends and colleagues to attend the symposium. An agenda for the event is available at: https://projects.erg.com/conferences/nyserda/docs/2018-08-02_ClimateAdaptationSymposium_DRAFT.pdf. <https://projects.erg.com/conferences/nyserda/docs/2018-08-02_ClimateAdaptationSymposium_DRAFT.pdf.>

If you have any questions, please contact Nick Rajkovich at rajkovic at buffalo.edu<mailto:rajkovic at buffalo.edu>

Seth H. Holmes, AIA, LEED bd+c
Associate Professor of Architecture
Graduate Program Director

Department of Architecture
College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture
University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Avenue
West Hartford, Connecticut 06117

ph. 860-768-4764
em. sholmes at hartford.edu<mailto:sholmes at hartford.edu>
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