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The Power and Promise of Work-Integrated Learning

...clients; in fact, we have successfully completed nearly $400 million in workforce development projects at high schools, colleges and stand-alone career centers. We believe in the power and promise of...

Increasing Innovation in Higher Education

I had the privilege to attend a recent conference hosted by the Society for College and University Planning. It was focused, as the name might suggest, on the design and...

The Pandemic Through a Liberal-Arts Lens

It’s hard not to draw inspiration from Amy Bass and her colleagues at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY. As she explains in her recent Hechinger Report op-ed: “What Covid-19 may...

My Passion: The Value of Outdoor Learning

To be honest, I didn’t even know landscape architecture existed before I went to college. My favorite place has always been the forest and my pastime drawing, so when I...

Is the Safe Choice the Right Choice?

Recently, I attended a conference at the University of Cincinnati on Surfaces. The conference was put together to honor Jay Chatterjee the former dean of the College of Design, Art,...

The Age of the Neo-Traditional Student

...than half of older students are parents, access to affordable childcare is one of the most important factors in a student/parent’s decision to enroll at a college or university. In...

SHP Welcomes Two New Members to Our Cincinnati Office

...of different industries and projects, we are confident she will bring extraordinary innovation and expertise to our design team. Molly graduated from Harrington College of Design (Chicago) with a degree...

The Rise of Gamers and a Lesson for Designers

...enhance and even transform these environments to make them meaningful human experiences. It’s a topic I dive into in greater detail in the latest issue of the Society for College...

On Learning and Basketball

...hated school. I never wanted to be there. I did not really care about my grades. I certainly did not think college was in my future. That was true until...