Luncheon - Project Spotlight: Impact, Health and Prosperity Center for the Eccles School of Business

Date February 8, 2022
Location ZOOM
Time 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM(MST)
2022-02-08 11:30:00 2022-02-08 13:00:00 Luncheon - Project Spotlight Luncheon - Project Spotlight: Impact, Health and Prosperity Center for the Eccles School of Business

Join us for a virtual presentation to learn more about the Impact, Health and Prosperity Center for Eccles School of Business.  The Impact, Health, and Prosperity Center will be a new multidisciplinary hub for social impact, community engagement, and enterprise, empowering social entrepreneurs and organizations.

The facility will foster a growing network of social impact practitioners, acting as a nerve center that equips them with the knowledge, experience, and vision required to change the world.

Speaker: Peggy McDonough Jan, AIA 

Ms. McDonough Jan practices architecture as President of MHTN Architects, a 90-person regional firm in Salt Lake City with nationally recognized expertise in student life design. She is Principal-in-Charge of the Impact Health & Prosperity Center, the newest residential community being planned next to Lassonde Studios on the University of Utah campus, currently in early design. On the U of U campus, she has led the design of the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building, the Carolyn & Kem Gardner Commons, the Eccles Student Life Center, and Kahlert Village, and several others.

Peggy received her degree from the University of Notre Dame and has dedicated her 35-year career to a holistic integration of design, service, education, and leadership. Her honors include being 1989 Paris Prize laureate and design architect of several AIA Design awarded projects. Ms. McDonough Jan served as design faculty for over 20 years at the University of Utah College of Architecture + Planning. She served as Chair of Salt Lake City Planning Commission in 2007-2008. In 2010 she became the first woman in Utah promoted to lead a large firm, and continues to lead the design vision of MHTN, serve as an advisory council member to the CA+P, and devote time to mentoring young people inclusively into architecture. 

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