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The Pandemic Through a Liberal-Arts Lens

...mean for small, private, liberal-arts institutions is grim. We wanted to share our passion for the liberal arts and what it can do when the community gives it the time...

Increasing Innovation in Higher Education

...on higher education spaces, but one thing still struck me as clear: the needs of higher education, while nuanced, aren’t as different from the needs of P12 spaces—and even corporate...

Three Big Takeaways from our SCUP Coffee Chat

...due to COVID-19. Many have adapted to fit the new, mostly digital landscape. One business that has been affected, possibly more so than any, is higher education. Colleges and universities...

The History of Overcrowded College Dorms

...is often temporary, it doesn’t do much to calm the frustration felt by all. With student success at the core of every higher education institution’s strategic mission, on-campus housing remains...

The Age of the Neo-Traditional Student

The rapid evolution of the “non-traditional” student in higher education presents a situation where it’s time to consider whether we should reframe our assessment of the University structure as it...

The Rise of Gamers and a Lesson for Designers

...and University Planners publication, Planning for Higher Education. (Note: article appears behind a paywall.) Too many designers still think of gaming as nothing but recreation. Sure, gaming is enjoyable, but...

Surviving and Thriving for 120 Years

...civic spaces, government facilities. Designing strong communities became the heart of who we are. It still is who we are. Whether they’re public institutions or private businesses, SHP’s projects—past, present...

Community Colleges: One Path to a Better America

The horrific death of George Floyd has most everyone thinking about how we can make our country more equitable for all . There are, unfortunately, no shortage of systemic shortcomings...