Latest Reports

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  • The SPARK: Academic Innovation Hub


    The SPARK Academic Innovation Hub at Washington State University was designed to serve as a campus-wide resource, increase transparency on campus, and promote cross-field collaboration, enhanced by a combination of high-tech digital classrooms...

  • Academic Medicine Adopts the “Workplace of the Future”

    Successful Collaboration and Integration Require New Space Plans and Change Management Processes

    Anyone who has ever set foot in a hospital knows the scene: doctors, nurses, residents, and interns huddling in the hallway discussing a patient’s care. For any number of reasons, that is not the best way to confer, but traditional academic...

  • Making an Old Science Building Relevant Again

    UConn Project Updates Structure and Enables Contemporary Teaching Methods

    Renovating an old science complex can be a cost-effective way to transform a 1970s relic into an education facility for the 21st century. The Gant Science Complex, built between 1970 and 1974 on the Storrs campus of the University of Connecticut...

  • Colorado State’s New Biology Building Modernizes Teaching and Research Spaces for the 21st Century

    Flexible Open Labs Combined with Advanced Educational Technology Support Growing Enrollment at the College of Natural Sciences

    The new 155,000-sf College of Natural Sciences Biology Building at Colorado State University (CSU) provides flexible teaching, research, and student interaction spaces that position the college to continue growing well into the future. Featuring...

  • Converting a New York Office Building Into a Lab

    New York Genome Center Requires High-Tech Solutions for Low Ceilings and City Space

    It started, not with a budget or a space, but with an idea. Today, that idea has become seven stories of collaborative lab space for cutting-edge genomic research, called the New York Genome Center (NYGC). It happened with the help of innovative...