Webinar: Evidence-Based Ways to Make Student Housing Healthier & Safer Post-COVID-19

Delos Scialla

(From left to right) Richard Kelley, Student Housing Business magazine; Paul Scialla, Delos.

On June 17, Student Housing Business hosted a webinar called “Evidence-Based Ways to Make Student Housing Healthier & Safer Post-COVID-19: A Fireside Chat with Paul Scialla of Delos.” This in-depth discussion centered on COVID-19 and how to promote wellness and comfort in student housing.

As students return to in-person classes for Fall 2020, there is a greater demand than ever for buildings that promote indoor health and safety. As Scialla explains, “The simple fact is that what surrounds us matters. What we touch matters. What we breathe matters. How we congregate matters.​” Methods for promoting indoor building health have never been more important.

Listen to this complimentary webinar on safety and health in student housing by registering here. Topics discussed by Paul Scialla and Student Housing Business include:

  • Upgrading student housing units/installing systems before students return
  • Health safety rating programs and seals in student housing
  • The “Zero CapEx” model
  • Indoor air quality/purification and promoting health in the indoor environment

Webinar sponsor: Delos brings together the best innovations in technology, health, design and science to improve human health in the built environment.

As the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate™, Delos is transforming our homes, offices, schools and other indoor environments by placing health and wellness at the center of design and construction decisions. Delos helps create spaces that actively contribute to human health, performance and well-being by marrying the best innovations in technology, health, science and real estate. The Delos platform includes programming, consulting, research and an array of innovative products and technologies that research suggests may improve occupant well-being.


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