2008 PKAL Facilities Roundtable

Presentations

This PKAL event, February 29 – March 2, 2008 in the D.C. area, was a Roundtable on the Future of the Undergraduate STEM Learning Environment. This roundtable was designed as an opportunity to examine and explore best practices and lessons learned in shaping spaces that work in that they serve 21st century students and science (STEM) most creatively and effectively and reflect institutional and societal goals for student learning in STEM fields.The Roundtable built on expertise and experience within the PKAL community of academics and architects relevant to building physical environments that reflect deep understanding of research on how people learn, enhance institutional distinction over the long term, and connect 21st century learning in STEM fields to 21st century practice in S&T fields.