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June 2013

 

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Renovating For Safety: What Schools Need to Know About Wired Glass

By: Diana San Diego

When 90% of American schools were built, fire rated glass meant small panes of traditional wired glass in doors and windows fails to meet safety glazing requirements and can pose the risk of serious and even life-threatening injuries.

 

The Big Picture 101: Projection Screens for Every Educational Environment

By: David Rodgers

When selecting a projection screen for educational applications, there are 4-easy points to remember.

 

Assessing Furniture Suppliers

By: Bob Roskos

Purchasing furniture for college or university learning environments can be a challenging process. With so many products on the market and so much competitive advertising, it’s often hard to assess the merits of various furniture suppliers.

 

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Suite Success At Southeast Private Colleges

By: Jim Ladesich

Several private institutions in the Southeast are at the forefront of an emerging trend in on-campus housing for senior students. Administrators expect the concept to be an enrollment builder, a transitional experience in independent living for graduating seniors, and a desirable alternative to high-occupancy residence halls and the often impersonal environment of off-campus apartment complexes.

 

Integrating Today's Building Energy Policy Into Yesterday's Roofing Systems

By: Tom Bauer

Building and Energy Codes are changing at an unprecedented pace in today’s commercial building construction market. These changes and enhancements present an ever-growing challenge to building owners, designers and installers to ensure that new and existing buildings are compliant with the international, state and local code. The challenge is already difficult when designing a new building, but becomes even more difficult when current code requirements need to be integrated into an existing structure that could be 60 or more years old.

 

Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Responsibility at Samford University

By: Rachel James Clevenger

In the Brock School of Business at Samford University in Alabama, Dr.Jeremy Thornton teaches microeconomic theory, development economics, international economics, and game theory. He also directs Samford's Social Entrepreneurship Program which-in conjunction with Brock's traditional Entrepreneurship major-was awarded the National Outstanding Emerging Entrepreneurship Program by the U.S. Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE).

 

 

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