Thursday, April 25, 2024 - 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm

Pandemics have long-term effects on how we live and work and the COVID-19 pandemic was no exception, accelerating us into a digital economy in which people increasingly work, shop, and learn online, transforming how we use space in-person and remotely. Dr. Thomas Fisher will explore the rebalancing of our physical and digital interactions and what it means for the built environment going forward.

Thomas Fisher, director, Minnesota Design Center and professor, School of Architecture, is the former dean of the College of Design. Recognized as one of the nation's most published architecture writers, his most recent book is Space, Structures and Design in a Post-Pandemic World (Routledge, 2022).

Register today to join us for free via Zoom.