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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Uline Recognized for Contributions to Learning Environments Research

Dr. Cynthia Uline, Professor Emeritus in the Educational Leadership department, has been formally recognized by the Association for Learning Environments for outstanding service and contributions to the Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces.

Dr. Uline has worked with the Association – more specifically, Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces – to streamline the learning process by improving the environments that students are educated in. The Advanced Academy has helped facility planners, superintendents, and engineers from around the world to develop top-level learning environments that suit today’s educational landscape.

“Dr. Cynthia Uline has made a significant contribution to the association’s core mission: Improving the places children learn,” Association Executive Director John Ramsey said. “Her dedication to developing and delivering high-quality and relevant learning experiences to the students of the Advanced Academy has transformed our members’ expectations for continuing education, and has influenced the quality of students’ learning environments around the world.”

Aside from her recognition, Dr. Uline also sits as the Executive Director for San Diego State’s National Center for the 21st Century Schoolhouse, which supports the planning, design, and construction of school facilities from a learner-centered perspective through communication, research, and training. Through her continued work and research within the field of learning environments, she continues to change the face of education around the world. Congratulations, Dr. Uline on your recognition and continued research!