How can college campuses be designed to be more equitable?

Equity is not a new topic on college campuses: For decades, campuses have been preoccupied with making spaces that support racial minorities, women, and the LGBTQ community and accommodate the physically disabled. But last year’s racial justice protests and the disparities exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic have led campus designers to consider more deeply the challenges of making educational spaces more equitable.

One such effort was last month’s Equity Matters II Leadership Summit, conceived by Phoenix-based architecture and environmental design firm Studio Ma; hosted by Studio Ma principal Christiana Moss, FAIA; and moderated by Architect magazine editor Wanda Lau, LEED AP.

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