AES San Francisco 2012
Student / Career Event SC9

Sunday, October 28, 1:30 pm — 3:30 pm (Room 130)

SC9 - Education Forum

John Krivit, New England Institute of Art - Brookline, MA, USA; Emerson College - Bay State College
Bill Crabtree, Middle Tennessee State University - Murfreesboro, TN, USA
David Greenspan, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, MI, USA
David MacLaughlin, Parsons Audio - Estero Florida
John Scanlon, Expression College for Digital Arts - Emeryville, CA, USA; IllGenetics - Castro Valley, CA, USA
Terri Winston, Women's Audio Mission - San Francisco, CA, USA

What Kinds of Studios Are Built for Education?

What kinds of studios and facilities are built for education? Five noted educators from diverse programs will share the decision-making process that informs the construction of various college level facilities. How do curriculums and pedagogy prescribe construction and equipment choices? Or does this too-often work in reverse when existing space and budget limitations dictate how and what will be taught? Quick presentations will be followed by a moderated open discussion among educators, manufacturers, students, employers, and anyone with a stake in the next generation of audio professionals.

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