The spring 2019 Architecture-For-Health Lecture Series at Texas A&M University, "Health Systems and Health Networks: The New Clients,” features experts in health care administration, technology, architectural design and construction who will jointly present case studies of collaborative health systems and health network projects.
The lecture series is made possible by the generous support of Collegeof Architecture Outstanding Alumni Ronald L. Skaggs, chairman emeritus, HKS Inc., and Joseph G. Sprague, principal, senior vice president and healthcare director, HKS Inc. through the Skaggs – Sprague Endowed Chair of Health Facilities Design.
Ronald L. Skaggs, FAIA, FACHA, FHFI, LEED AP, is an adjunct professorof architecture and donor of the Ronald L. and Sondra Skaggs Endowed Professor in Health Facilities Design, the Skaggs-Sprague Endowed Chair in Health Facilities Design, and numerous other scholarships and awards both in the College of Architecture, Corps of Cadets,and Texas A&M University. He is also a distinguished alumnus of Texas A&M University.
Joseph G. Sprague, FAIA, FACHA, FHFI, is a principal and senior vice president, HKS Inc.; past president, Facility Guidelines Institute, American College of Healthcare Architects, and the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health, and is also a donor to the Skaggs-Sprague Endowed Chair in Health Facilities Design.
Craig Beale, FAIA, FACHA, FACHE, LEED AP, is a principal at Knox Advisors and donor of the Craig & Julie Beale Endowed Professor of Health Facilities Design and SHEA, the Student Health Environments Association. He is also an outstanding alumnus of the College of Architecture.
Judy Pruitt, administrative coordinator, Texas A&M Center for Health Systems & Design.
This spring’s lecture series is presented by a collaboration of numerous organizations and people including the following:
The lecture series is coordinated by George J. Mann, AIA, holder of the Ronald L. Skaggs Endowed Professorship of Health Facilities Design, Bita A. Kash, Ph.D., director of the Center for Health Organization Transformation ( CHOT ) and associate professor at the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health, and Zhipeng Lu, Ph.D.,associate director of the Center for Health Systems and Design, with the assistance of Judy Pruitt, administrative coordinator, CHSD.
• Texas A&M University
• Texas A&M College of Architecture
• Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health
• Texas A&M Department of Architecture
• CHSD — Center for Health Systems & Design
• SHEA — Student Health Environments Association
• GUPHA - Global University Programs in Health Care Architecture
• HIAC - Health Industry Advisory Council
The Center for Health Systems & Design ( CHSD )
HIAC - Health Industry Advisory Council:
Ballinger, Philadelphia, Pa.
BatesForum, Clayton, Mo.
CallisonRTKL, Baltimore, Md.
ESa -Earl Swensson & Associates, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee
EYP Health, Houston, Texas`
FKP | Cannon, Houston, Texas
HDR - Architecture, Dallas, Texas
HKS, Inc., Dallas, Texas
HOK, Houston, Texas
Jacobs, Dallas, Texas
MarmonMok Architecture, San Antonio
Modular Services Company, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Page, Dallas, Texas
Perkins & Will, Chicago
Shepley Bulfinch, Phoenix
The Innova Group, Austin, Texas
ZGF, Portland, Oregon
Stantec, Vancouver, Canada
Yonglin Healthcare Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan
Ao Hua Medical Industry, Hong Kong
Shenzhen General Institute of Architecture & Design Research, China