2016 AIA Nebraska Design Awards

For nearly 60 years, the Nebraska Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has celebrated outstanding architecture through its Excellence in Design program. At the 2016 AIA Nebraska Excellence in Design Gala, held September 29 in Lincoln during the …

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American Cancer Society to break ground on Hope Lodge Nebraska facility

Along with the emotion, worry, and uncertainty that accompany a cancer diagnosis, patients and their caregivers are also faced with the possibility that their best hope for effective treatment may be in another city. Eliminating the concern of where to …

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Hands-On Systems for Sustainable Learning

Wednesday September 28th Western Technical College, in La Crosse, WI celebrates the grand opening of their new Integrated Technology Center. This marks a culmination of college and community collaboration, sustainable research, design work, and on-the-ground success. Over the past …

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BIN(ge): Repurposing an Agricultural Icon

Students to Help Polk County Conservation Convert Grain Bins to Welcome Station

Iowa’s agricultural heritage is not often celebrated through our public lands – but that changes next month with the arrival in Polk County of a group of graduate …

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2016 Age of Disruption Tour coming to Omaha!

All of us are aging. Our community, like every other community across the nation, faces many challenges as we live longer. Housing and long-term care are the ones we most often think about, but there are others – including a …

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University of North Carolina Greensboro Focused on Student Well-being

Friday September 16th, the University of North Carolina Greensboro celebrates the grand opening of their new Student Wellness and Recreation Facility!

At 216,000 square feet, the Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness spans three levels and is twice the size …

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