BSA Lifestructures

The Power of Hands-on Learning

Purdue Alumni AssociationDecember 21, 2017

"“Blending the faculty, classroom, and library spaces was interesting,” Melissa Davis, president of BSA LifeStructures, says. “Incorporating all the different learning spaces for group collaboration, focused learning, quiet study, lounge chairs, and desk space at a computer into one building that was functional 24 hours a day — that was a challenge. Seeing the activity of the building and how people flock to it, I think we did it.”

Read the full article written by the Purdue Alumni Association HERE.