Ronald Altoon has shared his expertise over many years through lectures to real estate industry groups, university classes, and communities with a wide range of subjects. Most recently, he has taught classes for the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), made presentations to the Urban Land Institute (ULI), and taught at a Pacific Asia business symposium for ten years. In addition he has lectured at many university campuses worldwide in schools of architecture, law, real estate development, historic preservation, and urban geo-economics.
Recent Lecture Subjects
- "Building a Global Practice"
- "Retail Rescue: Visions + Strategies for Repositioning Underperforming Retail Assets"
- "Guiding Principles and Best Practices of Retail Planning and Design"
- "Urban Transformation: Transit Oriented Development and the Sustainable City"
- "50 Ways to Loose Your Project"
- "Designing Legacy | Building Community"
- "Context Informed Design"
- "The Art of the Charrette"
- "Structuring our Career on a Foundation of Leadership"
- "The Ethics of Architecture | The Architecture of Ethics"