At their heart, learning environments are incubators for our future. Because of technological and societal change, the process of education is in the midst of a great reinvention – with the education process becoming much more integrated into all stages of our lives.
Our academic work includes a variety of higher education projects for interdisciplinary science, arts, and general teaching programs. We’ve created learning environments in both new and renovated buildings that enhance their campus contexts, are environmentally responsible, and designed to be resilient to adapt to an everchanging future.
Interdisciplinary environments for science and technology programs are a strong feature of our academic portfolio. Our allied expertise with private sector technology clients brings real world cross-over and cutting-edge perspective to our research laboratory solutions.
The placement and arrangement of the main stair promotes social interaction between students and departments.
Inviting and accessible Research Assistant workspaces at Tate Hall encourage off-hour learning engagement between students and faculty, enhancing collegiality and collaboration.
Researchers share knowledge outside of their laboratories at the Cancer and Cardiovascular Research Center at the University of Minnesota.