Through the construction of the Rob and Cheryl McEwen Graduate Study & Research Building in Toronto, York University’s Schulich School of Business is working to demonstrate how academic spaces can not only support the delivery of pedagogy, but also stand as an example of the values and lessons that a school’s curriculum strives to instil in its students.

While the impetus of the business school’s latest building was driven by a rapid program growth, professor James McKellar of the Schulich School of Business says the building’s distinctive design feature will establish the structure as one of the “most environmentally sustainable and socially responsible academic buildings in Canada.”

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