When we think of Mizzou’s campus, we often think of iconic structures like the Columns and Jesse Hall. They are a big part of why Architectural Digest recently ranked the university as one of the most beautiful colleges in America. But Mizzou’s campus isn’t just beautiful. It’s also home to cutting-edge laboratories and studios, world-class centers of excellence and the most powerful university research reactor in the country. So how does the university balance its historic beauty and architectural traditions with the needs of a modern community?
On this week’s episode of Inside Mizzou, Chancellor Cartwright talks with Heiddi Davis, director of Planning, Design and Construction in Campus Facilities; and Brittany Smith, a senior civil engineering major who is also a member of the MU Tour Team. They discuss the thought process behind many of our new building projects, and how each addition makes campus an even more exceptional academic environment.
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