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Rutgers moves forward with $295M development to keep pace with enrollment

Rutgers moves forward with $295M development to keep pace with enrollment

Rutgers University officials are set to build an expansive academic building with 2,000 extra classroom seats, an 800-bed student housing facility, and a residential honors college for 500…

Anatomy of a campus construction project

Anatomy of a campus construction project

The days of bond-funded campus buildings and two-dimensional architectural drawings are drawing to a close at many public universities. The money, for now, is available through public-private partnerships,…

Tennessee’s classroom upgrade offers new way of teaching

Tennessee’s classroom upgrade offers new way of teaching

Learning at the University of Tennessee soon might be revolutionized by a $350 plastic chair.…

Green projects used as recruitment tools in higher ed

Green projects used as recruitment tools in higher ed

An environmentally unfriendly coal-burning plant on the Eastern Illinois University (EIU) campus was once a deterrent for prospective students. Closing the facility and launching a massive bio-energy initiative…

MIT turns to smart ventilation as campus greening continues

An advanced ventilation system that adjusts airflow according to outdoor temperatures and how many people are in a room could help the Massachusetts Institute of Technology save $100,000…

Universities use stimulus money to build high-tech research labs

Ten colleges and universities will use a total of $123 million in stimulus funds to build scientific facilities that will help campus researchers study coral reef ecosystems, experimental…

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