Education

Foothill Ranch, California, July 12, 2021 — The Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra, Australia touts an impressive resume – not just due to its seven robust academic colleges of study, but because it is also uniquely connected to the Australian Government by way of its position across the river…

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Foothill Ranch, California, May 11, 2021 — Founded in 1842, Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, is the oldest university in the Western United States. This innovative university with nearly 2,200 students offers a range of undergraduate and graduate courses in the arts and sciences, and post-graduate schools of business and…

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Foothill Ranch, California, May 5, 2021 — Utah State University looks to provide “big-school opportunities with a small-school feel” at its Logan, Utah campus where a majority of its 28,000 students enroll each year. The university has a diverse offering of degrees across its eight colleges, and it boasts a…

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Foothill Ranch, California, Jan. 12, 2021 — South Windsor High School, the home of the Bobcats in South Windsor, Connecticut, recently updated its 660-seat theater on campus with a pro audio system that ensures every performance roars with crystal clear audio. And at the heart of the system are solutions…

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Foothill Ranch, California | September, 2020 - Loyola Blakefield is a Jesuit preparatory school for boys in grades 6-12 that has operated since 1852. Its 60-acre campus in Towson, Maryland boasts several academic buildings and an array of student-centered facilities, such as a spacious dining hall, athletics complex, and common…

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Foothill Ranch, California | August, 2020 - New York University School of Law's Vanderbilt Hall is a 1950s-era building that sits along the corner of Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village. Since construction it has become an appreciated landmark of the village – while also serving as a main building…

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Foothill Ranch, California, | March, 2020 - Design and Architecture Norway, known as DOGA, describes itself as a driving force for sustainable value creation through design and architecture. The organization looks to facilitate collaboration between creative talents and businesses and work to strengthen the role of design and architecture in…

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Foshan, Guangdong, China | September, 2019 - Foshan is a city of 7 million people located north of Hong Kong and south of Guangzhou, in the densely urbanized Pearl River Delta region of China's Guangdong province. Foshan's Shunde district is one of the wealthiest counties in China and is renowned…

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London, Ontario, Canada | August, 2019 - Since opening in 1925, Western University's University College building has served the school's Faculty of Arts and Humanities, anchored by the 178-seat Conron Hall. Conron Hall underwent architectural restoration, with some accommodation for audio reinforcement, in 1996, and in 2018, an extensive $34…

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Doha, Qatar | July, 2019 - In the 2nd century, Ptolemy wrote "Catara" as the first known designation on a map for what we now know as the Qatar Peninsula. The Katara Cultural Village, named from an 18th century variant on Ptolemy's name, is a 21st century project in Qatar's…

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Ottawa, ON, Canada | April, 2019 - The main 60 acre campus of College La Cité opened in 1995, and until recently it consisted of 10 pavilions. With the September 2018 opening of its new, state-of-the-art, 34,000-square-foot Excentricité technology and entrepreneurship pavilion, the innovative school has taken another leap forward.…

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Kingston, RI | March, 2019 - Like many great universities, the University of Rhode Island began as an agricultural school. Now a major research university with a beautiful campus near the Atlantic Ocean, the university celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2017. In September 2018, URI opened its new 11,000 square…

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Toledo, OH | September, 2018 - One of 14 state universities in Ohio, the University of Toledo is 20,500 students strong, with more than 300 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs, several of them nationally ranked. Nestled on the south bank of the Ottawa River, the university's Lancelot Thompson Student Union…

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St. Louis, MO | April, 2018 - Founded in 1917 as the School of Commerce and Finance, the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis was one of the first business schools in the United States. Olin's Knight and Bauer Halls opened in May 2014, offering large tiered…

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Seward, NE | February, 2018 - Concordia University, Nebraska, has been through many changes since its founding with one professor and a dozen students in 1894. Operated by The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, it is now a fully accredited, coeducational university with more than 2,700 students. Its home town of Seward,…

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Collegeville, MN | October, 2017 - Back in 1985, Saint John's University completed a $2.5 million renovation of its 500-seat Stephen B. Humphrey Theater. Since that renovation, the theater's sound system remained essentially unchanged until this year. "They put in a couple speakers here and a couple of speakers there,"…

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Toronto, ON, Canada | September, 2017 - A collaborative effort that combines the efforts of Ryerson University's Faculties of Communication Arts and Design, Community Services and Engineering, the Responsive Ecologies Lab (RE/Lab) explores a wide variety of issues involving sensory technologies and tangible interactions. Run by Professors Jason Nolan (Director)…

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London, UK | July, 2017 - With roots dating back more than 130 years, Middlesex University has built a reputation as a world-class institution, with branches in Dubai, Malta, and Mauritius. The school's main campus in Hendon, North London, has been undergoing an extensive redevelopment project, including the transformation of…

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Bogotá, Colombia | April, 2017 - Since its founding in December 1653, the Universidad del Rosario has never interrupted instruction except for a brief period in 1819 when Spain attempted to reconquer Colombia. So important is the university's role in the nation's history that it is known as "the Cradle…

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Worcester, MA | March, 2017 - Founded in 1843 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), the College of the Holy Cross is ranked among the leading four-year liberal arts colleges and offers one of the most beautiful urban college campuses in the U.S. Its Henry M. Hogan Campus Center offers a…

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Singapore | December, 2016 - Education standards in Singapore rank among the highest in the world, and the facilities to be found in Singaporean schools are suitably impressive. The most recent example can be found within the state-of-the-art senior school campus at Dulwich College (Singapore), where an impressive 700 seat…

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Doha, Qatar | November, 2016 - The multi-purpose auditorium within the College of North Atlantic Qatar (CNAQ) is among the most acoustically impressive venues in the city of Doha. Recently the subject of a top-to-bottom technical refurbishment by systems integrator Audio Visual Technology (AV Tech), the venue now boasts state-of-the-art…

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Kuwait City, Kuwait | November, 2016 - The Kuwait College of Science & Technology (KCST) is a one-of-a-kind private university in Kuwait City, where impeccable standards of learning have now been matched by arguably the best auditorium in the country. As part of a comprehensive three year project in which…

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Nottingham, UK | October, 2016 - Dating back to the 1880s, Number 50 Shakespeare Street in Nottingham is a Grade II listed historical landmark in this fabled northern city. Former home to the Nottingham City Council Registry Office, the beautiful gothic-style building was purchased in 2012 by Nottingham Trent University.…

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Barranquilla, Colombia | October, 2016 - When it opened its doors in July of 1966, Universidad del Norte had 58 students and 10 professors teaching Engineering and Business Administration. Today, the University has grown to become the pre-eminent academic hub for higher education in northern Colombia, with more than 12,000…

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Philadelphia, PA | September, 2016 - Dedicated to healthcare education since its founding as Jefferson Medical College in 1824, Thomas Jefferson University now comprises six healthcare-oriented colleges, including the renowned Sidney Kimmel Medical College. Naturally, the university's buildings have evolved to suit changing needs, and Alumni Hall is no exception.…

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Bangkok, Thailand | August, 2016 - As one of Thailand's oldest institutions of higher learning, Bangkok's Thammasat University has long inspired its staff and students to honor the school motto and "be the finest." But such lofty ambitions can be hard to meet when technology fails to live up to…

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Greenwich, CT | August, 2016 - Greenwich High School's first class graduated back in 1898 but its current 54-acre campus dates to 1970. With approximately 2,650 students, more than 1,400 of whom are enrolled in music and theater courses, it had far outgrown its old auditorium, which also suffered from…

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Joplin, MO | June, 2016 - In May of 2011, a catastrophic F-5 category tornado ripped through Joplin, killing 158 people and leaving a mile-wide swath of devastation in its wake. Joplin High School was one of many buildings destroyed, its students and faculty forced to scatter among multiple temporary…

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Oxford, UK | May, 2016 - As one of the world's most famous seats of learning, England's Oxford University is renowned for delivering the highest standards of education. But following the opening of two Harvard-style lecture theaters within the University's Blavatnik School of Government, Renkus-Heinz Iconyx digitally steered array loudspeakers…

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Huntsville, AL | August, 2015 - Housed on the campus of Oakwood University, Oakwood Adventist Academy (OAA) has been an integral part of the Huntsville community since its founding in 1896 as the Oakwood Industrial School. In recent years, the coeducational, pre-K-12 Academy has upgraded its facilities considerably, including a…

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Marquette, Michigan | July, 2015 - Steps from the waters of Lake Superior, Northern Michigan University is an acclaimed four-year college whose alumni have included internationally famed architect John Lautner, Starbucks founder Howard Schultz, and Olympic speed skater Shani Davis.The University recently completed construction of a new $33.5 million instructional…

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