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February 2015



Making Smart Choices in Flooring for the Student Environment

By: Jonathan Stanley

The learning environment has changed slowly over the past few decades. Just in the last few years, we have witnessed a dramatic change in the process of designing for the classroom and addressing student learning styles. Flex furniture, technology, and movable walls all contribute to what some of us call the 21st Century classroom.


Come Together, Right Now: Advanced Lighting for a Forward-Thinking Campus

By: Paul Mitchell

Paul McCartney and John Lennon had other thoughts in mind when they wrote that now famous line almost five decades ago, but their words still resonate across today's technological landscape. Bringing together various technologies can create powerful synergy.


Planning for Success

By: Oliver Snider

Substantial obstacles met during the planning process can be overcome - or, if you begin by putting the right people in charge of the process, avoided entirely.


An "Aha!" Experience for Student-Athletes at Providence College

By: Charles C. Joyce

An athletics and recreation facilities improvements campaign launched a decade ago at Providence College not only has taken root but is drawing critical acclaim



By: Rachel James Clevenger


Quinnipiac University: Crossroads Collective

By: Rachel James Clevenger

In addition to making "Sociology of Hip Hop" the most popular offering in Quinnipiac University's Sociology department, associate professor Dr. Don Sawyer developed the Crossroads Collective program to meet with Wilbur High School African- American and Latino males who are not attending school and who are overly represented in the discipline process.


How Does A Roof Coating Restoration Actually Work?

By: Josh McKain

We talk a lot about how silicone can save building owners time, money and headaches, but people may still not understand exactly how the process works and the exact benefits of our system. We are going to tackle the basics of our system in this article: what it does, how it helps you, and how you can expect to benefit from it.


Do It Yourself Lab Compliance Management System: No More Pen and Paper

By: Nicole Kvasnicka

Does the following sound familiar? You are dealing with safety in a knee jerk fashion, putting out fires as they come, and using pen and paper to complete a lab audit before ultimately compiling reports for 3-4 weeks.


Better Engage Your Students Through Campus-wide Network of Digital Screens

By: Scott Cronin

Email is not Enough: These days effectively communicating with your student body is a real challenge. In spite of how digitally connected today's College students are, Higher-Ed officials struggle with finding the best mechanism for informing their students



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