Campus Development News | Buildings & Grounds | new version |

Lots of good links this week at Buildings & Grounds:


• Coalition Backs Big Borrowing Measure, 1st in 24 Years, for New Jersey Colleges

• Golfers Jeer U. of Montana for Plans to Build on 9-Hole Course

• St. Leo U. Buys Benedictine Sisters’ Monastery for $3.9-Million

• RU Hungry? Because Rutgers U. May Move Its Food Trucks

The U. of Oregon is preparing to open the $65-million, 103,000-square-foot Lewis Integrative Science Building. The building, connected to others in the university’s science complex, features open labs, offices for faculty members and graduate students, and an atrium with a three-story whiteboard to encourage “cross-pollination,” university officials say. The building is designed to earn LEED platinum certification. (U. of Oregon photo)

Via Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)