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Robert V. Reis, Oct 04, 2017

Teaching the Teachers

Helping faculty master digital technology teaching tools

Technology is moving ever more into education as students use mobile devices, laptops and online content as daily tools.

But while today’s students are quite comfortable infusing technology into almost everything they do, that’s not always the case for faculty. M...

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Nicholas E. Vlattas, Sep 22, 2017

Jane Cady Rathbone, FAIA LEED AP Honored by AIA Virginia with the 2017 William C. Noland Medal

We are pleased to announce that Jane Cady Rathbone, FAIA LEED AP is the recipient of the 2017 William C. Noland Medal, the highest honor bestowed by AIA Virginia to an architect. The Noland Medal is intended to honor a distinguished body of accomplishments, sustained over time, which spans a broad spectrum of the profe...

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Jane Cady Rathbone, Sep 13, 2017

Rhodes College: Robertson Hall Science Facility

Rhodes College dedicated Robertson Hall, a new $34 million, 54,674-square-foot science facility. Hanbury is delighted to have partnered with Rhodes for nearly 20 years. Hanbury’s most recent efforts have redefined the college's long-range facilities needs for the sciences including the design of Robertson Hall and reno...

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Jane Cady Rathbone, Sep 12, 2017

Rhodes College: A Sense of Place

Rhodes College, A Sense of Place (Rhodes College, 2017) is a photographic essay, inspired by the legacy of the Rhodes College campus and brilliantly captured by primary photographer, Steve Dunwell. I had the privilege of co-authoring the introduction with Allen Boone, (Vice President for Finance and Business Affairs, r...

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Robert V. Reis, Aug 30, 2017

2017 Virginia Design Medalist - Joe Wheeler

The Virginia Design Medalist at Hanbury, a program now in its 13th year, is awarded to a professor of architecture, planning or design-related curriculum, who spends several weeks with the firm. The professor participates in design discussions, critiques work and delivers lectures, both formal and informal. It is an op...

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Hanbury, Aug 11, 2017

Creating Long-Lived Spaces

In my last blog post, we heard from academics and experts regarding their big questions regarding the built environment in higher education. They talked about meeting the needs of all students, how students are changing and why teachers may need help adapting to new ways of teaching. 

In this post, we hear from the des...

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