Planning for Higher Education Journal

Planning for Interdisciplinary Integration

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From Volume 29 Number 1 | Fall 2000
By Cahal Stephens

While it was once common to find separate buildings dedicated to the study and research of chemistry, biology, physics, and the earth sciences, there is a current movement in college and university settings toward unifying the science disciplines in one building or complex. This article addresses, in detail, this trend toward unification by discussing the driving forces behind the trend, the benefits of integrated science facilities, the challenges of the planning and design process, and the intricacies of the design approach.

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