In this webinar, recorded Tuesday, November 17, 2020, Minnesota Design Center Director Tom Fisher and Destination Medical Center’s Patrick Seeb discuss how cities could emerge from the disruption of COVID-19 with a stronger regional economy and a more equitable and sustainable built environment. The pandemic has accelerated changes in retail, work and mobility, and if we start now to think about what those changes might mean for Rochester, MN and begin steering them, the “new normal” could be a better outcome. Tom served for 19 years as a Dean at the University of Minnesota and became the Director of the Minnesota Design Center in 2015. His research has focused on sustainable architecture, design ethics, and community-based service design. He is a member of the DMC EDA Board of Directors. Patrick Seeb is the Director of Economic Development and Placemaking for the DMC EDA.
View all recent Destination Medical Center webinars related to the five-year update to the DMC 20-Year Development Plan here.