The right space leads to excellence in research and instruction

Science Spaces for Students of the 21st Century

Jeanne L. Narum

Change; Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p8-21

Creative collaborations between campus leaders and arcbitects, laboratory designers, and campus planners are resulting in a generation of spaces
for undergraduate science that contribute both to the long-term excellence of the research and instructional program and to the humanity of the campus. These spaces are enhancing efforts to attract strong students and recruit and keep first-rate faculty. They enable the integration of research and education for all students, the hallmark of strong 21 st-century undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs.


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