April/May 2019 College Planning & Management

April/May 2019


Features

wildfire

Safety & Security (Prepare and Be Aware)

Wildfires Go to College

By Michael Fickes

It doesn't happen often, but every now and then a wildfire threatens lives and property at a college or university campus.


campus housing

Campus Housing: Back to Basics

By Shannon O'Connor

As we do each year, College Planning & Management recently surveyed college and university housing administrators to learn about the state of their facilities, what challenges they are facing, what the trends are in new facilities, and what improvements they would like to see in their residential life programs and accommodations. Here are some results and observations from that survey.


lighting

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

Lighting for Humans

By Amy Milshtein

How the latest lighting technologies enhance student success, safety, and engagement.


roof

Facilities (Campus Spaces)

A Prescription for Healthy Roofs

By Keegan Tune

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure when it comes to roof maintenance.


Special Section

rutgers university

Impact On Learning

Rutgers University


university indianapolis

Impact On Learning

University of Indianapolis


kint state university

Impact On Learning

Kent State University


weber state university

Impact On Learning

Weber State University


lindenwood university

Impact On Learning

Lindenwood University


Columns

AV

Emerging Technology (Enhancing, Engaging, Connecting)

Flexibility With AV

By Brad Grimes

AV technology is changing how we deliver higher education.


Editor's Note (The View From Here)

Furry Friends

By Shannon O'Connor


Departments

middlesex community college

Facility Focus (Performing Arts)

Middlesex Community College: Richard and Nancy Donahue Family Academic Arts Center


duke university

Facility Focus (Performing Arts)

Duke University: Rubenstein Arts Center


point park university

Facility Focus (Performing Arts)

Point Park University: Pittsburgh Playhouse and Academic Complex


Products

schock

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

UMass Reduces Heat Loss, Earns LEED Gold


audacy wireless

Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)

UCLA Reduces Energy Use


Extras

Ask the Expert: Smart Campuses

What are some features of a 'smart campus?'

By Julie Brown


Western Washington University Makes Over Energy Program

Western Washington University relied on Excel spreadsheets to manage their energy spending in the past, leaving them with no data. See how they transformed their operations, got the data they needed and saved over 200 hours per year.

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