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Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference: Engagement for Value, Viability & Vitality March 23–25, 2014, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA Join Holly Miller, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, associate at GUND Partnership and project manager/ project architect for the Oechsle Center for Global Education at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. as she discusses with leaders from Lafayette College the process of creating a new collaborative, interdisciplinary center for global education. Collaborative Models for Global Education, Monday, March 24, 2014, 1:30 PM Mary J. S. Roth, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Associate Provost for Academic Operations, Lafayette College Mary Wilford-Hunt, Director of Facilities Planning and Construction, Lafayette College Holly Miller, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Associate, GUND Partnership Students are graduating into a complex and changing world. To better engage students in global issues, Lafayette College is building upon its historic strengths and is re-visioning its multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to global issues. From idea to implementation, this facilitated discussion will show how multiple academic departments are coming together to create a new collaborative, interdisciplinary center for global education that sets a new standard for active learning on campus. Read more about GUND's design approach for the Oechsle Center for Global Education here.
Holly Miller AIA, LEED AP BD+C is a key project leader of the Oechsle Center for Global Education at Lafayette College. Contact Holly for more information.
Addressing larger campus master planning goals at Indiana University Bloomington, the Forest Dining Hall renovation and expansion transforms an underutilized campus district and improves student life. Faced with outdated dining facilities in the southeast quadrant of campus and increased competition from area restaurants, Indiana University Bloomington sought to improve its dining facilities serving the Forest and Read residential complex and tapped GUND Partnership to lead the design process for the renovation and expansion. With a range of micro-restaurant venues and seating environments, the Restaurants at Woodland has become a student magnet for dining and non-meal period socialization. Read more about the project here.
Holly Miller AIA, LEED AP BD+C was a key project leader in the Forest Dining Hall project at Indiana University Bloomington. Contact Holly for more information.
As part of the inaugural LEED Project Showcase sponsored by the U.S. Green Building Council Massachusetts Chapter, GUND Associate Christine Verbitzki, AIA, LEED AP spoke with the New England Real Estate Journal about the Perkins Grousbeck Center for Students and Technology in Watertown, Mass. The LEED Silver-certified project opened in 2011 and incorporates a variety of innovative universal design concepts that appeal to all the senses and engage the diverse student body. Imagined as a place where visually impaired students can be brought into the vernacular of today’s culture, so heavily entrenched in technology, the new Grousbeck Center for Students & Technology is a vibrant campus hub that encourages innovation, communication and independence, and also expands the school’s teacher training programs and educational outreach. See Christine's interview here.
Christine Verbitzki, AIA, LEED AP BD+C was the project manager and project architect for the Grousbeck Center. Contact Christine for more information.