June 2019 College Planning & Management

College Planning & Management June 2019


Features

emergency exit

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

Residence Halls and Emergency Evacuation

By Ellen Kollie

It's both big things and little things that come together to ensure student safety when evacuating a residence hall in an emergency. Here are three things to take into account.


AV wall

Technology (Innovations for Education)

AV Innovations for Today’s Classrooms

By Brad Grimes

More higher education institutions are adopting an audiovisual technology-enabled approach to learning.


Christopher Newport Hall at Christopher Newport University

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

Connecting to Campus

By Jessica Ritter, Lori Garrett

Thoughtfully designing the high-traffic areas that define your campus plays a crucial role in establishing your institution's identity.


residence hall restrooms

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

21st-Century Residence Hall Restrooms

By Javier Esteban, Meghan Bogener


Columns

Editor's Note (The View From Here)

Does It Matter?

By Shannon O'Connor


Departments

Marquette University

Facility Focus (Sports & Athletics)

Marquette University: Athletic and Human Performance Research Center


The College of the Holy Cross

Facility Focus (Sports & Athletics)

The College of the Holy Cross: Hart Center Expansion


Products

video wall

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Video Power Comes to University Locker Room


atrium wall

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

Living Wall Graces University Atrium


Extras

Ask the Expert (Guardrails)

How do we specify glass railings?

By Dan Stachel


After Evacuation


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