Scott Brownrigg is co-hosting a roundtable on student accommodation and wellbeing with Galliford Try.
The event will explore the pressures of university life and the rapid rise in mental health issues amongst young people. Coupled with the rapid evolution of technology and the virtual world, the discussion will focus on the influence that evolving accommodation typologies and their design can have on wellbeing for students on and off campus.
Scott Brownrigg and Galliford Try will be joined by professionals from across the university, health and wellbeing sectors, as well as student representation and student accommodation providers.
Held at Home House on the Thursday 28 February, we’ll be reporting on the findings of what will no doubt be an insightful discussion. This event is invitation only.