Life in the Bay Area

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in architecture, culture, culture, education, travel | 2 Comments
Life in the Bay Area

Written by Adam Bugele A.B. – Sightseeing my first weekend in the Bay Area INTRODUCTION Within a matter of hours my life completely changed on January 3, 2014. Christmas break with my girlfriend (now wife) and family outside of St. Louis, Missouri was swapped that day for a plane ride to San Francisco, California, and a […]

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home

Korea Travels: Part 2 – Welcome to My Second Home In addition to seeing two of my friends begin their new married lives, I was able to spend time with family, friends, and explore Korea. Welcome to My Second Home! Most cities in Korea are vertically developed cities due to the limitation of its size. Traveling from America, where there […]

SBS Lecture Series: James Barker

Posted by on Nov 12, 2015 in architecture, education | No Comments
SBS Lecture Series: James Barker

This month our Education Committee was excited to kick off our quarterly lecture series with special guest speaker President Emeritus James Barker, FAIA from Clemson University. As a licensed architect, an educator and a leader, Jim was more than qualified to present to us on the topic of “The Architecture of Leadership.” Inspired by Harvey […]

Stanley Beaman & Sears joins Healthcare Advisory Board

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in architecture, education | No Comments
Stanley Beaman & Sears joins Healthcare Advisory Board

We are excited to join the Advisory Board! Our membership will elevate the service that we deliver to our healthcare clients. Membership gives us access to the most critical healthcare industry issues and the ability to expand our facility planning and design capabilities. The Advisory Board provides 30 years of research excellence and direct access […]

5 Things You Need to Know About STEAM Education

Posted by on Apr 1, 2013 in art, education, super fun stuff | 3 Comments
5 Things You Need to Know About STEAM Education

“Creativity is that marvelous capacity to grasp mutually distinct realities and draw a spark from their juxtaposition.” – Max Ernst 1. From STEM to STEAM. STEM is an acronym for the fields of study within science, technology, engineering and mathematics. There isn’t an exhaustive list of the exact disciplines it includes, but wiki has a […]

Collaborative Labs: Higher Ed’s Push Towards Scientific Renaissance

Posted by on Mar 13, 2013 in architecture, education, interior design | No Comments
Collaborative Labs: Higher Ed’s Push Towards Scientific Renaissance

The history of scientific and technical discovery teaches us the human race is poor in independent thinking and creative imagination. Even when the external and scientific requirements for the birth of an idea have long been there, it generally needs an external stimulus to make it actually happen; man has, so to speak, to stumble […]

KSU Museum Breaks Ground

Posted by on Oct 4, 2012 in architecture, art, education | No Comments
KSU Museum Breaks Ground

Last week Kennesaw State University held its official groundbreaking for the newly designed Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art (KSU Museum). It was a beautiful day to celebrate the project, which will become the new hub for the blossoming arts scene at KSU. Speakers at the event included: KSU President Dr. Daniel Papp; Chairman of the […]

Botanica Miribilis

Posted by on Jul 7, 2012 in art, education, super fun stuff | No Comments
Botanica Miribilis

The Science and Art of Bryan Whitney On loan to the SBS Gallery from the Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, July 2012 The photography of Bryan Whitney explores the mysterious world of science by making images of the invisible and unseen. In his series of flowers and plants, he uses x-ray imaging to reveal the awesome structures […]