Events

February

  1. SWACUHO 2019

    Oklahoma City, OK

    February 17-20, 2019

    Shaping student living and learning through Total Impact Design™

  2. 2019 Health Symposium Exhibition & Social (SES)

    Houston, TX

    February 21, 2019

    The face of behavioral healthcare is changing. Raised awareness and better access to care is shifting the tides and the stigma is fading. We can all benefit from this growing area of care that encompasses how we handle stress, how our actions impact our minds and bodies, and how it all contributes to our overall well-being. Violence, relationship dynamics, physical health issues, drugs, and other external factors are increasingly challenging our healthcare system. Now, more than ever, behavioral health awareness is critical to our families and to our communities.

  3. National Healthcare South

    Houston, TX

    February 27, 2019

    Innovation, Expansion and Opportunities in Healthcare

March

  1. 2019 Cornerstone Dinner

    Houston, TX

    March 1, 2019

    The 40th Anniversary Good Brick Awards, Honoring Harriet & Truett Latimer benefiting Preservation Houston.

  2. AAGP 2019 Annual Meeting

    Atlanta, GA

    March 1-4, 2019

    The number of older adults with mental illness is growing at a rapid rate in our society and having a significant impact on our nation’s health. The AAGP Annual Meeting is the largest meeting of physicians and other health care professionals focused on late-life mental illness. Many of AAGP’s 1,200 members choose to attend the AAGP Annual Meeting over APA or other scientific meetings due to the specific content in the geriatric field and the meeting’s intimate size. In addition, the AAGP meeting is attracting an increased number of generalists who find they need to educate themselves on the latest information in order to better treat their increasing number of older adult patients.

  3. Preserving the Recent Past 3

    Los Angeles, CA

    March 13-16, 2019

    The conference, which offers a national forum to share the latest strategies for identifying, protecting, and conserving significant structures and sites from the post-World War II era, includes a discussion of EYP's work with the University of Pennsylvania at Louis Kahn's Richards laboratories.

May

  1. Tradeline: University Facilities Conference

    Scottsdale, AZ

    May 6-7, 2019

    EYP's experts discuss opportunities for colleges and universities to strategically and effectively engage students and build communities to foster and promote innovation.

  2. Combating Childhood Obesity by U.S. News & World Report

    Houston, TX

    May 15-16, 2019

    The conference, made possible by the support of Texas Children’s Hospital is an exclusive national summit exploring the latest thinking and research about how medicine and the wider community can best address childhood obesity. This daylong forum will bring together medical experts, researchers, hospital leaders, pediatricians, community health advocates and other stakeholders from around the country for a series of high-level conversations exploring best practices and solutions – as well as networking opportunities.

June

  1. AIA Conference on Architecture 2019 / Discovering the Best Way to Document your Existing Building

    Las Vegas, NV

    June 6-8, 2019

    EYP's Government Sector Leader Karl Stumpf will present the best ways to document your existing building, including understanding your project's goals and limitations, available software tools, and the role of technology.

  2. AIA Conference on Architecture 2019 / Historic Buildings as Energy Hogs: Debunking the Myth

    Las Vegas, NV

    June 6-8, 2019

    EYP modernization experts will discuss how to evaluate a building's future or existing energy potential and how to improve building performance in balance with preservation criteria.

  3. AIA Conference on Architecture 2019 / Regeneration Phase 2: The Fast-Forward Future of Houston Methodist Hospital

    Las Vegas, NV

    June 6-8, 2019

    Tushar Gupta and Charles Cadenhead, along with Sid Sander of Houston Methodist Hospital, are presenting Regeneration Phase 2: The Fast-Forward Future of Houston Methodist Hospital.