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Alfred R. Goldstein College Library at the Ringling College of Art and Design

May, 2018
RAINBOWS AND FURNITURE—Bright pops of color identify the library’s program areas, including a room for gaming studies and a 24-hour learning laboratory with computers and Cintiq interactive displays. The furnishings decorating the building were chosen by students who went to a fair hosted by architect Shepley Bulfinch.

The Ringling College of Art and Design’s campus in Sarasota, Florida, has given the Alfred R. Goldstein library its own three-story structure in the heart of the campus.

College groundbreakings: Two residence halls, academic buildings, fitness center

April, 2018
By 2019, students at Colgate University (New York) will have access to two new residence halls totaling 85,000 square feet and featuring three floors of double rooms and four-person suites. Each 100-bed facility will also house seminar rooms, classrooms, offices and lounges. The project—with Robert A.M. Stern Architects as architect and The Hayner Hoyt Corporation as construction manager, both New York firms—will cost $47 million. 

By 2019, students will have access to two new residence halls totaling 85,000 square feet and featuring three floors of double rooms and four-person suites. 

How colleges manage inner space

April, 2018
FLEXIBLE LABS—UMass Amherst employs standardization and modularization in its Institute of Applied Sciences, with easily movable furniture and rolling equipment, so multiple research teams can use the same space.

Improving space utilization is a goal on every campus, with data analysis tools and software key to many efforts. Ultimately, there are different cases for different spaces.

Providers comment on what aspects of managing space higher ed should be considering (but may not be)

April, 2018

When it comes to space utilization, what is one aspect that higher ed institutions may not necessarily be thinking about but should consider?

The University of Notre Dame constructs the O’Neill Hall, Corbett Family Hall and Duncan Student Center

March, 2018

Three new buildings added 800,000 square feet to Notre Dame’s football stadium. The Indiana university touts the four-year endeavor, completed in fall 2017, as the largest construction project in its 175-year history.

Sponsored Content

6/27/2018

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How must institutions respond to these changing demographics to meet the evolving demands of these “new traditional” students? How can institutions use technology and data to drive student success and support continuous improvement in this changing environment?

5/25/2018

TouchNet’s PayPath Convenience Fee Service helped Illinois Central College make a seamless and painless transition to service fees as part of a revamped business model. Learn how U.Commerce helps ICC meet its financial needs while meeting student expectations.

5/14/2018

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5/10/2018

Predictive analytics can serve as the foundation of student success efforts. By drawing together data from disparate campus sources and systems, predictive analytics software can enable institutional leaders to predict the likelihood of student attrition, identify at-risk students, and match them with the right resources that can help them succeed.

5/2/2018

Today’s students have expectations that their courses provide flexible, easy-to-access video content and blended learning environments, but implementing video such as lecture capture platforms at scale across campus—and in a way that drives student success—can be challenging.