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This book comprises a first survey of the Collaborative Research Center SFB-TRR 141 ‘Biological Design and Integrative Structures – Analysis, Simulation and Implementation in Architecture’, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft since October 2014. The SFB-TRR 141 provides a collaborative framework for architects and engineers from the University of Stuttgart, biologists and physicists from the University of Freiburg and geoscientists and evolutionary biologists from the University of Tübingen. The programm is conceptualized as a dialogue between the disciplines and is based on the belief that that biomimetic research has the potential to lead everyone involved to new findings far beyond his individual reach. During the last few decades, computational methods have been introduced into all fields of science and technology. In architecture, they enable the geometric differentiation of building components and allow the fabrication of porous or fibre-based materials with locally adjusted physical and chemical properties. Recent developments in simulation technologies focus on multi-scale models and the interplay of mechanical phenomena at various hierarchical levels. In the natural sciences, a multitude of quantitative methods covering diverse hierarchical levels have been introduced. These advances in computational methods have opened a new era in biomimetics: local differentiation at various scales, the main feature of natural constructions, can for the first time not only be analysed, but to a certain extent also be transferred to building construction. Computational methodologies enable the direct exchange of information between fields of science that, until now, have been widely separated. As a result they lead to a new approach to biomimetic research, which, hopefully, contributes to a more sustainable development in architecture and building construction.
I challenge each of you to go above and beyond for your students this year. Love on your students and build strong relationships so they know that you care. If you teach online, you will need to be intentional about building relationships with your students. Embed videos of yourself, have your students submit videos of themselves, do whatever it takes for all of your students to connect with you. I appreciate the full-time faculty who came in two days after graduation to begin digging into the CAEP standards and preparing for our self-study. Gathering your feedback and ideas has been very helpful as we begin gathering evidence that we are addressing the standards, particularly standards 1, 2, and 4. David Collum and Alicia Noddings will be scheduling our next Work Day so we can dig... I am grateful for their efforts and time spent participating in this training, which will be incredibly beneficial to our division as we work on our self-study. Our new Director of Field Experiences, Dr. Susan Hladky did a fantastic job running the student teacher orientation in early August. In addition to sharing a plethora of information with the students about the requirements of student teaching - MoPTA, Professional Competency Profile, Absence Policy, etc. the morning was full of uplifting and motivating words from faculty, staff, former students, and Kid President. Thank you to Susan, Marsha Tierney, Lowell Pitzer, Kathleen Wendt, Angela McGowan, and all of the supervisors for sharing with us. After the orientation and lunch, Susan led the supervisors in a very helpful supervisor training to prepare us for... Welcome Tammy, Clint, Jan, Christine. I am so excited for our new crop of faculty members as they bring impressive credentials and an excitement to join the great work happening in our division. Tammy Cox, Clint Limoges, Jan Speck, and Christine Ward - Welcome to the MBU Education Division. The last few days have been full of meetings, meetings, and more meetings. As we prepare for this new school year there is information that needs to be disseminated, Canvas training that needs to be attended, and program updates provided. however, central to our preparation work is the desire to provide our students with the best possible experience. Parents, students, faculty, and staff have. Source: Bishop's Blog
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Jan Speck. Assistant Professor in School Counseling at Missouri Baptist University. Location Greater St. Louis Area Industry Higher Education