In addition to the Denver Advantage initiative, the University has embarked on a yearlong campus master-planning project, partnering with Ayers Saint Gross.
Travel + Leisure honors the College of Charleston, including Dixie Plantation.
The Salisbury Academic Commons received a bronze award from the Brick Industry Association.
Goucher College had originally planned to demolish the three 1950 buildings that are now being moved across the Maryland campus.
A Huffington Post book review notes “the most successful law school building at U.Va. is Caplin Pavilion, designed by Ayers Saint Gross.”
The mayor of Louisville and two Brookings scholars tout the effectiveness of Innovation Districts in general and the Cortex Innovation Community in particular.
The Chronicle of Higher Education explores the latest in classroom typology, including the Edward St. John Learning & Teaching Center at the University of Maryland.
Parksmart is the world’s only rating system designed to advance sustainable mobility through smarter siting, design and operations while using fewer resources.
“We’ve taken our position as one of the best schools in the country,” said Dr. Andrew Buzzelli, the founding dean of the school.
Nancy S. Grasmick, a presidential scholar at Towson University and a former Maryland superintendent of schools, cites the Edward St. John Center as a highlight of the past year.
Moving the buildings rather than tearing them down reflects the college’s commitment to sustainability, and it will save money too.