Changing Places

Changing Places

Latest Episodes

Architecture as a Form of Social Service
May 16, 2022

Samatha Eddy, a third-year Diné student from the School of Architecture—and leader of an interdisciplinary team recognized by the United States Department of Energy, share her thoughts about architecture as a form of social service, and her journey in the

Education in the COVID-19 Era
February 09, 2022

Professor Keith Bartholomew, the winner of the University of Utah 2021 Distinguished Teaching Award and Dean for Academic Affairs of the College of Architecture + Planning, reflects on the transition of teaching modalities during the COVID-19 pandemic, ex

Fostering Leadership in Academia
February 09, 2022

Mira (Mimi) Locher, Dean of Faculty at the University of Manitoba, Canada; and Ryan Smith, Director of the School of Design and Construction at Washington State University, discuss leadership and the importance of listening and motivation in building team

Radical Rethinking of Design Education
October 14, 2021

Cord Bowen, Professor and Director of the Multi-Disciplinary Design program, is a recognized leader and speaker on design education and design strategy. He shares how radical rethinking in MDD led to the program's national recognition as a leading-edge ap

The Future of Architectural Practice
October 14, 2021

Dr. Ajla Aksamija, Chair and Professor in the School of Architecture, is a leading expert in building science and sustainability, emerging technologies, digital design and representations and innovations in architecture. She shares her views on the future

Zoom Towns in the Intermountain West
October 14, 2021

Dr. Danya Rumore is a Research Assistant Professor in City & Metropolitan Planning and the Director of the Environmental Dispute Resolution Program in the Wallace Stegner Center at the University of Utah. She discusses her research on the challenges a

Housing Insecurity in Older Adults
October 14, 2021

Dr. Sarah Canham is an Associate Professor in Social Work and City & Metropolitan Planning at the U of U. She is a fellow with the Gerontological Society of America and an international advocate for housing justice for older adults. In this podcast, s

An Architectural Travel Guide to Utah
September 16, 2021

Professor of Architecture, Dr. Martha Bradley, discusses her new book, "An Architectural Travel Guide to Utah." After 30 years of exploration in Utah, Dr. Bradley highlights how architectural change parallels cultural change and shares her views on how Ut

Utah Anti-Racism Agenda
August 24, 2021

This episode features Lisa Henry, Associate Professor and former Chair of the School of Architecture at the U of U. She discusses the actions taken by the School of Architecture related to social justice during the last year and shares her unique expertis

Green Space and Health Equity
March 29, 2021

Our first episode features Dr. Alessandro Rigolon, Assistant Professor of City and Metropolitan Planning. He discusses the impact of urban green space on health and service provision as well as the roots of park inequity observed in our neighborhood.