Presentation: Dak Kopec

Dak Kopec (Architecture) just returned from Prague in the Czech Republic and Vilnius in Lithuania where he delivered invited presentations. In Prague he spoke to more than 200 people for the European Federation of Psychology Students Associations on the importance of design within the psychosocial therapeutic process. He then flew to Vilnius to provide a lecture to the College of Architecture on the effects of war, climate change, monuments and memorials, and sociopolitical climates on people's ability to form place attachment and develop place identity.

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