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  • All - The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is considering revising its approach to providing office space for medical faculty and clinical instructors. The issues are utilization, confidentiality, recruiting, retention, student privacy,...

  • AIA CAE K12 Meeting // Terms of Engagement: Understanding Children's Roles in Design Participation Mon, Sep 26, 2016 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Pacific Daylight Time Please join us next Monday for a presentation by Rosie Parnell. We first...

  • Please join in on our next Higher Ed "Go To Meeting" Our Next Topic: Universities and Colleges are challenged by the juxtaposition of 1) building new to attract/retain students and high profile faculty and 2) the perceived increased tuition costs....

  • Better Designs Through Deeper Understandings . Understanding our clients’ perspectives is at the heart of what we do as architects, but how often do we step away from the drafting table to dig below the surface? Unfortunately, not often enough....

  • Daniel, Thanks for sharing this information and website, great topic and insights! One of our sales teams on the east coast has been working through Design Thinking sessions with a group of 4 th graders in Denver [via video chat]. Wow, what an...

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  • During my time as a job captain working on academic design projects with DOWA-IBI Group Architects, and my previous experience as the Program Manager for Project H Design, a nonprofit organization geared toward youth empowerment and community engagement...

  • As a Senior Associate at Arrowstreet, I have spent the last 15 years working with clients on K12 Education and Healthcare projects enhancing clients’ missions, services, and environments. My projects have been recognized in local and national...

  • In what has become the most popular TED talk, Sir Ken Robinson asks “Do Schools Kill Creativity?” “My contention,” he says, “is that creativity now is as important in education as literacy, and we should treat it with...

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  • “Schools began,” according to the architect Louis Kahn, “with a man under a tree who did not know he was a teacher, sharing his realization with a few others who did not know they were students.” Kahn’s return to essentials...

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  • The Spring 2016 CAE Conference in Berlin was interspersed with a broad variety of educational spaces - from K-12 schools to Universities, libraries to a research academy of the Jewish Museum, historical buildings to Germany's most sustainable building....