March 2019
How to "Right Size" on College Campus
Clear Strategic Principals to Planning
When resources are constrained and enrollment is tightening, it takes thoughtful and strategic involvement of all stakeholders to develop and execute a comprehensive facilities plan. To learn more read our article  on strategic principals needed for campus planning.
Trends in Academic Health Sciences
Simulated Classrooms and Active Learning Environments Engage Students
Ideal simulation environments remove the silos among academic healthcare professions, including those related to first response. Well-designed facilities like Creighton University School of Dentistry support learning goals by connecting real-world scenarios and preparing learns for "life after the classroom"
Creating a Living Laboratory on College Campus
A Place Where Both Students and Community Benefit 
By integrating the landscape into a campus space, it becomes more than just function and aesthetics, it becomes a place for hands on learning and engagement.
March 710, 2019
Bonnet Creek, Florida

March 2326, 2019
Washington, DC

April 16 & 17, 2019
Ames, Iowa

April 29–May 1, 2019
Orlando, Florida
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