Gibbs College of Architecture faculty members, Professor Dave Boeck and Dr. Bryce Lowery, recently presented at the 2022 Oklahoma Housing Conference hosted by the Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency (OHFA). The OHFA is an organization that works to provide housing resources to the Oklahoman community.
Dr. Lowery, an Associate Professor in the Division of Regional + City Planning, presented a talk titled “Gaps Analysis and Needs Assessment of Homelessness and Housing Security in Oklahoma.” Dr. Lowery, along with his co-presenter Dr. Christina Miller, discussed the process and results of identifying opportunities to address.
Professor Dave Boeck, an Associate Professor in the Division of Architecture, presented “Building Age-Friendly Cities and Creating Community Wide Village.” Boeck discussed the importance of provided affordable and accessible housing, as well as providing a structure to integrate seniors into the community by supporting aging in place.
Congratulations to Dr. Lowery and Professor Boeck on their research and community engagement presentations!