Highlands Ranch, Colorado – March, 10, 2017 – Endowments, monies or other financial assets that are donated to universities or colleges, have long played a central role in the rise of educational institutions. Although endowments often claim the spotlight, it’s the facility itself - the land, buildings and equipment – that is the highest valued asset of an educational institution. These spaces allow administration, faculty, researchers, students, and alumni to study, innovate, collaborate, and participate in university life.
Why then is it often the case that institutions put more emphasis on choosing leaders for their endowment rather than for their facilities? Sean Sweeney, Arcadis associate vice president, discusses prioritizing educational investments with High Profile magazine. Click here to read the article.
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