Volume IV: What works, what matters, what lasts

March 5: Attention to undergraduate STEM facilities

Essays, Stories & Reports:

  • What matters - A PKAL essay
    Leadership in building a facility for science education
    - Frank G. Rothman, PKAL Senior Associate & Provost Emeritus - Brown University

  • Asking the right questions
    Arriving at spaces for science that serve your community well for years to come requires both knowing what questions to ask and having a vision of what might be. We present a series of questions raised by institutional teams entering into the planning process, as well as a statement of the collective vision of PKAL leaders about the ideal 21st century science building, accompanied by a survey which can be used by individual campuses to determine their collective vision about facilities that serve their community.

Resources from PKAL:

TIP: Have no small dreams!