Through its Honeywell Initiative for Science & Engineering (HISE), Honeywell aims to cultivate and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers and provide an opportunity for students to interact with winners of the Nobel Prize in physics and chemistry.
This was Wittenberg's first step in the development of a flipped classroom initiative to allow students, faculty and staff to create and store video content in their electronic classroom space and view it outside the classroom.
West Side Dining Hall at Stony Brook University received honor awards from two New York state chapters. The Armand Hammer Alumni-Student Center at Oral Roberts University earned a Citation Award by the Oklahoma AIA.
Lipscomb University has launched a new anonymous reporting and prevention platform called TIPS (Threat Assessment, Incident Management and Prevention Services), allowing students, faculty, staff and others from the campus community to confidentially report potentially harmful incidents or concerning behaviors.
The release of these core business administration requirements helps colleges and universities meet student demand, while at the same time enabling them to deliver a more engaging and productive learning experience for the growing number of students who are pursuing business degrees.
The VP−460 has three video inputs and two video outputs. It scales the video to a maximum resolution of 2K, embeds the audio and simultaneously outputs the signal to the HDMI output as well as a digital audio output.
Inside The RAC, the centerhung features a four-sided video display with two ring displays, one on top and one on bottom. The four main video displays each measure approximately 7 feet high by 12 feet wide and feature 6 millimeter line spacing.
Developed in collaboration with language experts at Peking University, the new Spoken Chinese Test is fully automated and can easily be taken over the phone or via computer with a detailed score report available within minutes after the test is completed.
The combination of aging buildings on college campuses and budget cuts that have reduced campus facilities investments has led to an historic rise in the backlog of deferred maintenance projects, according to a new report by Sightlines LLC.