Virtual Migrations

Description: 

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted migration patterns in fundamental ways, as remote work has altered how and where people conduct business.  Virtual Migrations, the third in the three-part series, underscores the dynamics at work as technological advances and pervasive high-speed internet are enabling greater efficiencies. 

Learning objectives

  • Understand how flexible work environments are fundamentally altering traditional commuting patterns across the US
  • Demonstrate locational advantages of smaller communities and the amenities they provide as alternatives to urban centers
  • Highlight transformations in workplace environments that are making long-distance telecommuting an economically viable alternative to the traditional office
  • Reveal complexities associated with locational decisions for affordable housing as a result of economic pressures.

This session was recorded on December 1, 2021.

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 $40  non-member
 $25  member
2.00 LUs

Instructors

  • Sarah Karlinsky

    Senior Advisor | SPUR 

    Sarah Karlinsky is an expert in housing and land use policy. She has led the publication of...
  • Evelyn Lee

    FAIA

    Senior Experience Designer | Slack Technologies

    Evelyn Lee, FAIA, is the first ever Senior Experience Designer at Slack Technologies, Founder of...
  • Nathan Ogle

    Nathan Ogle

    AIA

    Founder | 12CHC|Design Management

    Nathan Ogle is the founder of 12CHC|Design Management, an Architectural, Real Estate, Contracts,...
  • Ileana Serrano

    Data Dissemination Specialist | U.S. Census Bureau

    Ileana Serrano serves as a Data Dissemination Specialist for the U.S. Census Bureau.  She is a...
  • Douglas Teiger

    FAIA

    Founder | Teiger Consulting

    Douglas’s mission is to mentor young firms in order to accelerate their growth. Using his expertise...