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Call for Proposals for Environmental Design Research Association

The 51st annual conference for Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA 51) will be held on April 4-7, 2020, in Tempe, Arizona, hosted by The Design School at Arizona State University.

This year the conference theme is Transform: Socially Embedded Collaboration, which is timely and crucial in the convergence of integrated science and community engagement in shifting the paradigm toward more resilient and sustainable futures. EDRA51 is dedicated to engaging both scholars and practitioners together to brainstorm, debate, and discuss how to transform our systems together. All types of projects exploring the relationship between people and the environment are welcomed.

Join hundreds of practitioners and scholars who are making a difference in society, and share your research or design projects by submitting a proposal for EDRA51 today!

You can submit your proposal by visiting the submission page. As you prepare your proposals, please read carefully our Call for Proposals for EDRA51. There, you can also learn more about the different ways in which you can participate in the conference. In particular, EDRA51 encourages Practitioner/ Researcher Collaborations under Group Presentations category. The Abstract Due for Individual and Group Presentation is September 30.

Chingwen Cheng, Ph.D., ASLA, Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture, ASU, ASLA Environmental Justice Professional Practice Network Co-Chair, is serving as the EDRA51 Program Committee Chair.

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