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Charles Kirby, AIA, LEED™ AP, has more than 25 years of experience in the design of college and university architecture with a focus on laboratories, undergraduate teaching, and distance learning facilities. He is a frequent participant in Project Kaleidoscope, Tradeline, Academic Impressions, and SCUP, lecturing on issues of design for college and university education. He works with faculty, students, academic administrators, trustees, donors and funding agencies to build consensus at the outset of a new project about what a new or renovated building must accomplish. The result is buildings that respond culturally, academically and fiscally to an institution’s mission, goals and budget. Charles’s project experience has included the programming and design for a new Science Education and Technology Building at Cabrini College, a new Life Science Building at Franklin and Marshall College, a new Science Center at Stockton College, a new Chemistry and Physics Building at The College of the Holy Cross and a Unified Science Facility at Hamilton College.