When it comes to the design of sustainable learning environments, educators and administrators naturally have a lot of questions. Will..
As the dust from the past four (admittedly chaotic) weeks begins to settle and Cuningham Group’s design teams resume project work, the..
Being a nurse requires walking. A lot of walking, in fact. Sure, it’s part of the job. But how much is too much? And what can..
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This is the question that the 2019 Summer Student Intern Cohort was tasked with..
A traveler is walking through an airport, in a crowd of people all bound for different destinations. She wonders which way she should..
“Cuningham Group has a long track record of sustainable design achievement, initiated by John Cuningham himself. In the last few years,..
A version of this piece was originally published in the Fall 2018 edition of Learning By Design Magazine
While there has been plenty of..
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Educating a new generation of global citizens who are prepared to create, collaborate, and navigate the world in the 21st Century, is a..