“Sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.”

MARILYN MONROE | ACTRESS


campus living

College is often the first time students live away from their parents, friends and family.

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Living Learning Communities

Good design can provide a flexible setting for shared academic culture.

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Equity and Inclusion

Design for a community that respects and embraces the dignity of all students.

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What to Expect: Renovating residence halls from…

Comfortable and Cost-effective: Students living on campus their first 2-years are likely to graduate.

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next generation learning environments

Hint: There is no substitute for social engagement or personal experience.

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Active learning – transforming underutilized space…

The phrases “Lecture Hall” and “Active Learning” do not have to be mutually exclusive…

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Supporting Undergraduate and Graduate Research

Comparing undergraduate and graduate research, and how flexible facilities can support investigation.

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Virtually Engaging

Expanding both reach and enrollment through interactive, technology-intensive remote learning.

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HOW STUDENTS GATHER

Spaces that foster emotional bonds and create fond memories.

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Opportunities for Cross-disciplinary Research

Spaces that nurture curiosity, conversations and relationships…inspiring stronger research.

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24/7 learning – between the lab and the residence hall

Campus as a classroom: Learning and social development occur simultaneously and around the clock.

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Placemaking – outside space for scheduled or…

Good design looks at how a building engages the campus; creating settings for timeless memories.

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DINING ON CAMPUS

Sharing food creates expanded opportunities for learning and connection.

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24/7 learning – between the lab and the residence hall

Campus as a classroom: Learning and social development occur simultaneously and around the clock.

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A new format for food service

Grab-n-go, meal kits, food allergies and diet restrictions: A new approach to student dining.

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Multi-cultural kitchens – building community…

Access to campus kitchens helps students establish and maintain personal connections by sharing food.

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WELLNESS FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF

Buildings and environments that foster opportunities for improved physical and mental health.

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The Experience Age

Students raised with project-based learning expect to navigate the world through shared experience.

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I Can See Clearly Now

Connection to daylight and views in 1970’s era buildings.

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Accommodating Service and Comfort Animals on Campus

MAY employees participate in the Georgia Tech Pre-College Design Program,…

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