Revolving door and Lifeline Open optical turnstiles create secure spaces for students, staff and visitors
Hospitals are where people go to seek treatment, recover and address critical injuries.
Columbia College Chicago is focused on embracing security while still maintaining an open environment for students, staff and visitors. With its manual revolving door and barrier free optical turnstiles, the university is doing just that.
The Nemours Children’s Health System is a national resource focused on providing pediatric medical care, research, education, prevention, and advocacy.
Striking a delicate balance between security and functionality has always been a challenging objective for school administrators, who have to consider several factors in an attempt to make this possible.
Coppell, Texas, is a suburban community in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, with a reputation for strong community services, including a premier public education system ensured by the administrators, faculty, and staff of the Coppell Independent School District.
The University of Utah plans to resume on-campus classes this fall, albeit with modifications to ensure safety of students, employees and visitors. Utah State University President Noelle Cockett said the No. 1 question parents and students ask about fall term is whether USU will have in-person classes this fall.
Trustees unanimously vote to reopen residential campuses in Florida and Arizona; face-to-face instruction begins June 30
All 23 campuses will shift to remote learning with only a few possible exceptions for labs or clinical training, the California State chancellor announced Tuesday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced schools around the country to close campuses for the remainder of the school year.