The new complex, which is being constructed on former I-195 land as the cornerstone of Providence’s Innovation and Design District, will create a hub of research, discovery, and business.
Elizabeth McLean, faculty associate at Arizona State, points to networking opportunities as an important aspect of the club.
Lisa M. Keith is determined to collect solid data about colleges’ facilities and to make the data as useful as possible, to institutions, architects, and planners.
Duke Health broke ground on a new building that will house the School of Medicine’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Division and Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and the School of Nursing.
Students strongly prefer these new spaces because of the higher levels of peer engagement.
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce explores Ayers Saint Gross’ longstanding relationship with the United Way of Central Maryland.
AIA quotes Linsey Graff on the importance of capitalizing on “out-of-school time” and reaching diverse groups of children.
Goucher president José Bowen said the capital campaign would support “a dynamic, thriving, nurturing environment where the learning experience is etched into the blueprint of every facility.”
The campaign will support the development of a First-Year Village, a planned integrative living-learning community, and the renovation of Mary Fisher Hall.
Colby College’s activity downtown, including the construction of a new residence hall, is a big part of what’s spurring the surge.
Colby College’s huge investment in Waterville, including the construction of the four-story Alfond Commons, is becoming more and more visible.