The Future of Parnassus Heights

Golden Gate - San Francisco

Event details:

Start
12:00pm PDT on Tuesday, May 11, 2021
End
1:00pm PDT on Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Location:
Virtual
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This event is open to All LAI members globally.
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Please join us on Tuesday, May 11th for a presentation on the UCSF Parnassus Heights Campus with Brian Newman, Senior Associate Vice Chancellor and Vice President at the University of California San Francisco. A San Francisco institution for more than a century, UCSF’s Parnassus Heights campus has served the city we call home through every public health emergency and every year in between. Today, UCSF is re-envisioning its historic campus with state-of-the-art facilities that will help continue driving world-renowned innovation in research, education, and care delivery for decades to come.

Brian Newman is a Senior Associate Vice Chancellor and Vice President at the University of California San Francisco where he leads UCSF Real Estate and provides executive-level strategy and oversight of campus planning, real estate transactions, lease portfolio management, the campus architect, building permits and inspections, and design and construction for UCSF, including both the University and UCSF Health. Brian and his management team work alongside approximately 190 professionals who shape the physical growth and development of UCSF across four campuses and deliver high quality and high functioning spaces and facilities. Together they are implementing an ambitious $9.7 billion 10-year capital plan that includes two major hospital expansions, an expanding network of outpatient centers, highly complex biomedical research facilities, academic and administrative space, and several hundred units of housing. Prior to joining UCSF in 2018 Brian served in a similar role at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland. Brian holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Willamette University and a master’s degree in city and regional planning from the University of California at Berkeley.