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As college and university presidents and chiefs of staff continue to lead through crisis in 2021 and beyond, they must lock in practices from the pandemic that will sustain their institutions for the long-term.
Here are the strategies institutions use to create housing space—and how campuses can prepare before the problem arises.
Examine three tactics you can implement to reduce open stack holdings and redeploy space for new uses and acquisitions.
Research labs are expensive to build and renovate, and decentralized space governance makes it difficult to maximize the value of existing space or streamline inefficient processes. Follow the steps in this Roadmap to collaborate with facilities, research, and academic leaders to develop a more proactive and integrated campus strategy for designing and managing research labs.
With the fall semester quickly approaching, many institutions are weighing how to facilitate safe, modified in-person campus operations. Residence halls—a cornerstone of socialization for most students—pose some of the greatest challenges for resuming campus life. If your leadership team is considering bringing residential students back to campus, here are four considerations to think about now.
Read the takeaways and then get started with our tools to create an infrastructure of policies and staffing strategy to optimize, scale, and support remote work cost savings.
Institutional leaders have made rapid decisions to ensure the safety and well-being of students, faculty, and staff. As most students are off campus, campus leaders must determine how to clear out and use residence halls and other spaces on campus.
Research laboratory design can lead to wasted resources and hindered progress toward research goals. Bust three design myths to avoid such consequences.
Many universities struggle with space optimization, despite its importance to recovering facilities and administrative (F&A ) costs. With smart space accounting practices, chief research officers can better capture the full scope of research across campus and boost negotiated F&A rates.
EAB’s Kaitlyn Maloney and Ann Forman Lippens discuss how university leaders are handling facilities planning efforts in preparation for a return to campus this fall.