Prioritizing Wellness in the Workplace

Sarah Sopelak, Interior Designer, NCIDQ, WELL AP, LEED AP BD+C

It’s a known fact that full-time employees often exceed the standardized 40 hours of work time in the office. When faced with an ever-growing nationwide workload epidemic, it becomes pertinent to prioritize employee health and wellness in the workplace.

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On Creating Inclusive Environments: You Are Here

Genevieve Messina, Interior Designer

I strive to bring emphasis to our consumer habits and retail institutions which have seen little to no change in incorporating inclusivity to the overall LGBTQ+ community and beyond.

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Future Focused Schools

Future-Focused Schools

SMMA K-12 Studio

Dr. Bill Daggett gave a speech about how our education systems should evolve as technology and the job market have. This involves prioritizing the teaching of “non-cognitive skills,” or values like responsibility, initiative, perseverance, and adaptability.

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Technology Fuels Gen Z. But Can that Energy Be Sustained?

Marie Fitzgerald, IIDA

Just last spring, we dove into strategies to facilitate communication in our most tech-savvy generation. Now, there’s another conversation that still needs to take shape: what to do if Gen Z’s love for tech impedes their desire for work-life balance.

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