Society for College and University Planning Publishes Report by Michigan's Loren Rullman and Workshop's Jan van den Kieboom

With the advent of online living, the need for physical space has shifted. No longer the resource hubs of the past, physical place still has a role to play. The significance of human interaction is becoming a central concern in assessing the need to build campuses. The findings from a 'think tank' of higher education association leaders, campus administrators, architects, planners, consultants, and students are compiled in the article 'Creating Community: Designing Spaces That Make a Difference,' by Jan van den Kieboom, AIA, owner and founder of Workshop Architects and Loren Rullman, PhD., Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at the University of Michigan. 

Read the report here.