All the presentations from iBEE 2017 are now available to view here
We are delighted to announce that the next iBEE conference will be at the University of Reading in June 2019. Planning for iBEE 2019 gas begun and we look forward to welcoming you there.
Design for Wellbeing in UK Built Environment Curricula, by Sabine Coady Schäbitz and Martin Field was supported by a CHOBE research grant
This report addresses the much-used buzzword ‘Wellbeing’ in the Built Environment. It outlines a review of the extent to which principles relating to Design for Wellbeing are being approached in any systematic manner within the curricula of Built Environment Higher Education institutions, and of how the future development of Design for Wellbeing perspectives and skills could be promoted within Built Environment Higher Education institutions and professional accreditations. you can read it here
We are looking forward to seeing you at Birmingham City University on 7-8 September for a really exciting conference: details here
CHOBE/ARCOM Built Environment Early Career Researchers (ECRs) Workshop – Demystifying EPSRC & ESRC ECRs Grant Schemes
Here are the details of a seminar on 20th June, at UWE. This is being supported by the CHOBE Small Grants Scheme
We are delighted that CHOBE will be awarding 2 grants , both focused on the new higher and degree apprenticeship agenda. The recipients are Susan Dawson of Northumbria University and Aled Williams of University College of Estate Management (UCEM). See more details of their projects here.
We are delighted that Dr Patrick Manu from University of the West of England (UWE) and Nikki Bulteel and Karl Bunting from University College of Estate Management (UCEM) have been awarded grants of £500 each. Visit this page for further details