Presented in late January, the WoodWorks Wood Design Awards celebrate projects and design teams that showcase the innovative use of wood as both a structural and finish material. Awards are presented across a number of categories, including education facilities.
Glimpse some of the country's most innovative cafeteria, food service and dining hall designs, pulled from past editions of American School & University's design competitions, the Educational Interiors Showcase and the Architectural Portfolio.
Recently the University of California San Diego (UCSD) unveiled 64 Degrees (64°), the school’s renovated residential dining facility. Part of UCSD’s Revelle College, the facility was opened in 1966 as the school’s main dining option.
Presented at the Wood Solutions Fair in Oakland in late January, these designs demonstrate innovative applications of wood in architecture across a number of categories, including education facilities.
The Stayer Center for Executive Education at the Mendoza College of Business, a 63,500-square-foot, multi-story educational building, is the new home of the Notre Dame Executive MBA and the university’s executive education custom and certificate programs.
The 100-page decision by the Shawnee County District Court upheld that court’s 2013 ruling, faulting the state’s legislature for using unrealistic figures in calculating school funding needs and for tying public school financing to unreliable local budget options.