Academic Excellence

To be successful in the 21st century, students need multiple skills ranging from engineering and design thinking to collaboration and have experience working in environments that are conducive to problem solving and project-based learning. In addition, the expanded campus will create new programmatic opportunities.

Today’s students will become leaders who think across disciplines, who know how to tackle a problem and solve it, who draw on all of the knowledge and insight of those gathered around the table. The Campus Redevelopment Project addresses this need by creating:

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In support of Academic Excellence, the School must attract and retain highly qualified, engaged and experienced faculty. Three factors support this goal:
  • Competitive pay 

  • Plentiful professional development opportunities and resources 

  • Facilities and physical resources to support an innovative curriculum