tradeline-186x186As campuses mature and scientific enterprise evolves, renewed and modernized STEM environments are becoming core to academic programs, physical structure, and the social life of universities. This session illustrates the type of renovation and repurposing initiatives that leading institutions are investing in to capitalize on emerging adaptive scientific platforms and structures within the convergence of traditional disciplines and non-traditional partnerships.

Cynthia Peterson, Dean of LSU College of Science, and Trevor Calarco, CannonDesign Vice President, profile recent STEM planning studies for four universities, and scope out solutions balancing the needs of learning and research, demand for non-laboratory space, new mixes of uses and users, and responsive implementation strategies.

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