Mira Korber is a second year undergraduate student at Yale University. She is an associate editor and the layout manager of the Yale Economic Review, and her interests vary from sustainable development to language study and international travel.

Designing Classrooms for Neurodiverse Learners

“Neurodiversity,” the term coined by Australian sociologist Judy Singer in 1999, encapsulates the idea that all humans learn...  More

SMARTflor Raised Access Floor Powers up the Mission at Bush Combat Development Complex

The Bush Combat Development Complex (“BCDC”), part of the Texas A&M University System, is paving the way towards national security...  More

Beyond the Desk: Collaboration Furniture for the Future

Schools and universities have a superpower: the ability to shape how people think, learn, and interact with each other. In a...  More

Designing Inclusive Spaces to Transform Education

Classroom design is about much more than just desks, tables, and chairs laid out in a room. It’s about power. Anyone responsible for...  More

Adaptive Higher Ed: Creating Flexible Environments

In the COVID age, flexibility is not just a catchphrase for institutions of higher education, but an emergent philosophy. As universities...  More

New Jersey Institute of Technology Makerspace Gets a Makeover

Visitors to the Makerspace at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) will see Computer Numerical Control machinery, waterjet cutters,...  More

Today’s Learners Tomorrow’s Mobile Workforce

Early adopters of digital trends portended the arrival of a mobile workforce prior to COVID-19, but the pandemic has irrefutably...  More

Interactive, Collaborative Learning at Hampton University’s Harvey Library

The newly renovated library facility at Hampton University (HU) awaits students for the 2016-2017 academic year. In collaboration with a...  More