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Who Wants Sustainable Campuses? Students Do. With Gerald Morgan and Chris Wilson of the University of Missouri

  As state funding decreases for state colleges and universities, architects and space planners have the added challenge of revising how existing buildings are used and how to get the most Read more

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How Did Rural Hospitals Expand, Even During a Pandemic?
April 16, 2021
The challenges healthcare executives and administrators face are constantly changing. Host Kevin Stevenson talks with the heroes behind the heroes that are enabling hospitals, urgent care centers and telemedicine Read more
Sanitation Practices That We Will Stick With After COVID
April 16, 2021
The initial response to COVID saw a massive increase in the use of disinfectants across a wide spectrum of operations, everything from retail, transportation, hospitality, and healthcare to gymnasiums Read more
Seeing, Moving, Tracking: An Introduction to RTLS Solutions and the Visibility They Provide
April 15, 2021
  Seeing, Moving, Tracking is a new podcast by Redpoint Positioning that will bring insights across the warehousing, industrial management and operations world. The show will feature trends, technologies, Read more
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Who Wants Sustainable Campuses? Students Do. With Gerald Morgan and Chris Wilson of the University of Missouri
September 28, 2018
  As state funding decreases for state colleges and universities, architects and space planners have the added challenge of revising how existing buildings are used and how to get the most Read more
Listen: INNOVATING EDUCATIONAL SPACES WITH GERALD MORGAN OF MIZZOU
July 16, 2018
  On today's podcast, we chat with Gerald Morgan from the University of Missouri. We discuss the way the academic world alters the design theories of common spaces, the way in which Read more
Listen: Innovating Educational Spaces with Gerald Morgan of Mizzou
April 23, 2018
On today's podcast, we chat with Gerald Morgan from the University of Missouri. We discuss the way the academic world alters the design theories of common spaces, the way in which collaboration Read more