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Handbook on Facilities
Part 1.3.3 Community
- A PKAL essay: Planning, leadership & community
- The process of reaching a campus consensus on the shape of programs and/or spaces for the future of undergraduate STEM programs in itself can create a healthy community, one that is informed about, sympathetic with, and supportive of, a strong science program.
- Another Way to Articulate Community
- Imagining Science Communities
- Community is an essential part of any learning environment. In this essay, Thomas Greene describes the benefits of intentional community-building.
- Spaces & Community
Jeanne L. Narum
- A picture is worth a thousand words when talking about spaces and community.
- Top Ten Characteristics of Community