What could a live-work space mean for your institution?
Reported by EdSurge, The University of Utah’s new learning, making, and living space, Lassonde Studies, combines 400 student residencies with a 20,000 square foot maker’s area.
Since the studios’ opening in 2016, the number of startup teams has quintupled to more than 500, and the University of Utah’s full-time MBA program now ranks second in the nation for entrepreneurship by Bloomberg Businessweek.
The takeaway? How can our university design help increase meaningful interactions and engagements? And how can we best learn from other architectural experiments when designing our own?
May you continue to fight the good enrollment growth fight at your institution today, and we’ll see you again tomorrow.
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