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Published
April 1, 2019

Permeability by Design

Fostering flow, creating connectivity, promoting creative solutions.

Permeable spaces invite people in, encourage use, are flexible and memorable, and allow coming and going. You can infuse permeability into almost any learning space. Read how three campuses (Texas A&M University Campus, Clemson University, and University of Calgary) are using permeability in their emerging design elements.

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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Published
October 1, 2018

Welcome to Campus

Planning for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity

Creating and sustaining a more welcoming and inclusive campus environment positions both institutions and students to succeed in a more diverse world.

From Volume 47 Number 1 | October–December 2018

Abstract: Higher education institutions, across nearly all socio-cultural cross-sections, are more diverse today than ever before. This evolution in campus demographics also coincides with the changing values, priorities, and needs of students. The bottom line for many of today’s students is clear: now more than ever, values matter when selecting a school. This article explores the programmatic and administrative responses as well as the physical planning and design opportunities associated with creating and sustaining more diverse and inclusive campus environments.

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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Published
June 1, 2001

On Being a Social Change Agent in a Reluctant Collegial Environment

This article reviews a collaborative process established in the earliest stages of strategic planning and maintained throughout curriculum redesign and implementation.

From Volume 29 Number 4 | Summer 2001

Abstract: An outcome of strategic planning at the University of Calgary is institutional-wide redesign of undergraduate curriculum. Implementation of a new curriculum framework comes hand in hand with the rewards and challenges of change. This article reviews the collaborative process used to effect change and "rules" for those leading that process at the departmental level.

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