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Conference Organization:  International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies
Conference Theme:  How to Measure Quality-of-Life in Diverse Populations.
Location/Dates:  Wyndham Hotel, Washington, DC, November 29th to December 1st,

The design of living environments has a significant impact on quality-of-life,
especially when effective design enhances the benefits that green spaces,
residential landscapes and cared-for natural resources bring to communities.
Measurement of quality-of-life has historically focused on areas such as
economic well-being or patient health.  Limited research has been directed
toward the quantification of quality-of-life enhancement relative to sensitive
environmental design and planning and the resultant opportunities for
people-plant and people-nature interaction.

Several research/program tracks at the Fourth ISQOLS Conference have been 
or expanded to provide enhanced opportunities for dialog in these critically
important quality-of-life areas.  They include Environmental Well-Being, 
and Neighborhood Well-Being, and Design/Architecture and Quality-of-Life.   
deadline for submission is June 1, 2001 (refer to the conference web page for
additional information).

If you have questions or need further information, please contact:
   Steven Rodie, ASLA
Assoc. Professor/Landscape Architect
Department of Agronomy/Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
PS-377, UNL-East Campus
Lincoln, NE  68583-0724

(402) 554-3752     Fax (402) 554-3532

email: snrodie@unomaha.edu
conference web page: http://business.wm.edu/isqols

Steven N. Rodie, ASLA
    Assoc. Professor/Landscape Horticulture Specialist
       Department of Horticulture, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
    Nebraska Registered Landscape Architect

Department of Biology, AH-114
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Omaha, NE  68182-0040
Phone:  (402) 554-3752
Fax:       (402) 554-3532

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