Microsoft Donates $10 Million to University of Washington Project


(06/23/2015)
Microsoft, headquartered in Redmond, Wash., recently donated $10 million to the development of the new University of Washington (UW) Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) building in Seattle, with hopes that the facility will help to double the number of computer science and engineering degrees awarded by the university annually.

Legal Battle Hinders Lehigh Charter School Relocation


(06/23/2015)
Due to severe overcrowding and the inability to expand in its current home, the Lehigh Valley Dual Language Charter School (LVDLCS) is currently seeking approval from the Bethlehem Area School District in Bethlehem to move from 551 Thomas St. to the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts building on East Broad Street.

Six N.J. Green Schools Granted More Than $15,000


(06/16/2015)
A number of schools across the nation, including six in Cherry Hill, N.J., have received sustainability grant funding through the 2015 Recyclebank Green Schools Program, helping make their innovative eco projects a reality.

Arizona State Hits Law College Construction Milestone


(06/16/2015)
Nearly a year after Arizona State University (ASU) in Phoenix beginning construction on its new Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and Arizona Center for Law and Society building, the campus community gathered again to mark the project’s topping out.

Education Resource Center to Debut at UVA Medical Campus


(06/02/2015)
St. Louis-headquartered McCarthy and Richmond, together with Va.-based contractor Donley’s, are currently constructing the new Education Resource Center (ERC) at the University of Virginia’s (UVA) medical campus in Charlottesville.