Collaboration

Curricular and Co-Curricular Spaces Merge Seamlessly in a Single Academic Facility

Rollins College’s New Campus Center Exemplifies an Applied Liberal Arts Education

Published 6-9-2021

Kathleen W. Rollins Hall at Rollins College in Orlando, Fla., embodies the social/entrepreneurial mission of the college and exemplifies the meaning of an applied liberal arts education. Opened in January 2020, the 29,225-sf facility collocates 10 programs that immerse students in global learning opportunities and partnerships, both on and off campus.

Application-Focused AI Curriculum at Milwaukee School of Engineering’s Diercks Computational Science Hall

Next-Generation Technology Hub Boasts NVIDIA Supercomputer, plus Study, Social, and Corporate Partner Spaces

Published 5-26-2021

Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall at Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) is far more than the academic home for a new degree program in leading-edge technology. It is full of formal and casual study spaces designed to attract students from all disciplines on campus. It also boasts a 256-seat auditorium and a 2,300-sf atrium, both inviting venues for school functions and community events.