SASAKI佐佐木事务所 - 奥斯汀校园总体规划(289页)


This initial phase of the master plan for The University of Texas at Austin establishes the physical framework for sustaining a leadership role among the nation’s preeminent public research universities. It also identifies additional studies needed in a future phase to cover the full spectrum of issues contributing to that goal.
The underlying intent of the plan is to respond to two specific recommendations from the Commission of 125. The first of these, Recommendation Five, focuses on the need for systematic integrated planning using objective data sources, with facility and financial resources in service to academic initiatives. The second recommendation, Recommendation Six, calls for the best use of facilities, built more efficiently, with better coordination among different university stakeholders, and for the need to address critical maintenance and renovation projects. The plan also responds to the recent report of the Task Force on Undergraduate Graduation Rates, which emphasizes the contribution of the student campus experience to student success. The plan establishes the groundwork for additional study in this area.
While the digital revolution accelerates its challenges to traditional structures for learning and research, leading place-based scholarly communities such as UT Austin continue to be magnets for the world’s best talent, both faculty and students. In this distinguished company, UT Austin has unusual assets. It is located at the heart of one of America’s most vibrant cities; it has a magnificent campus that is connected to the city by an excellent transportation network; and as one of the nation’s largest campuses, it has a scale and density well suited to supporting major initiatives in cross-disciplinary research and a fully integrated learning experience for students.

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