Please join the WSU Center for Arts and Humanities on Wednesday, December 2, at 7 p.m. for a virtual fireside chat regarding culture, race, and the built environment. With the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center as the focus, experts in education, culture, and design will discuss whether—or how—the cultural center is symbolic of the university, our land, and our time.  Audience participation is welcome.

Panelists:

Paula Groves Price, Dean and Professor, College of Education, North Carolina A&T State University

Anne L. Marshall, RA, Ph.D., Professor of Architecture and American Indian Studies, University of Idaho

Mark Sindell, ASLA, LEED AP BD+C, Member, Principal, GGLO

The event is moderated by J. Philip Gruen, associate professor in the School of Design and Construction

Join via Zoom:

https://wsu.zoom.us/j/94852268680?pwd=Mm5LWjdaTVhKUncwNEQ4ZmtTRWNiZz09

Meeting ID: 948 5226 8680

Passcode: 127025

Contact info:

J. Philip Gruen, Associate Professor, School of Design and Construction
jpgruen@wsu.edu / 509-338-5639