– By Lindsey Evans, designer The following is a list of helpful reminders to students as they enter the wonderful season of career fairs. Keep your head up. You’ll do great! (implied image of grandma pinching your cheeks…) Here we go, in no specific order: Research the Employers Attending We know you have a… Continue reading.
– By Stacey Ludlum, director of zoo and aquarium planning and design Below is the third and final of three installments of a recent research report. “Enriching the Visitor Experience: PGAV Destinations and Environmental Design,” clearly defines and gives examples of what enrichment is today; how exceptionally well-designed enrichment can greatly benefit the… Continue reading.
Recent Washington University graduate of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Aly Strubberg is the recipient of PGAV Destinations’ first-ever Spot Experiential Scholarship! To learn more about Aly and the scholarship, visit PGAV’s media page. In the meantime, enjoy her fun and creative winning entry! Aly had a great trip to Biltmore July… Continue reading.
– By Tony Schmidt, exhibit designer Imagine your home equipped with a small receiver that intercepts wireless power and then further distributes that power wirelessly to every device in your house. – i.e. no power outlets. Could there be a day when our cars are powered by energy transmitted merely through the air?… Continue reading.