- School of Business Forum on Diversity and Equity (Feb. 4, 2016)
In the weeks leading up to our transition from Summerfield Hall to Capitol Federal Hall, we’ll be featuring guest posts written by faculty and staff. The following blog post was written by Alee Phillips, associate director of the Master of Accounting program and accounting lecturer.
The Master of Accounting (MAcc) team is looking forward to its new home inside of Capitol Federal Hall.
Our dedicated office suite, conference room, collaborative team-based meeting rooms and student lounge, which will be... Read more
In late March, landscapers began installing a 7,000-square-foot green roof on Capitol Federal Hall.
The LiveRoof® sits atop the Dicus Family Auditorium and will be visible from the dean’s executive boardroom. The green roof system was custom-built for the School of Business to honor KU’s architectural history.
“A green roof is basically soil and plants on a building structure,” said Teresa Nelson, the Iowa-based landscape architect who oversaw Capitol Federal Hall’s green roof installation. “It’s not a landscape. It’s not a building material. It’s both.”
The green roof is composed of a permeable base layer, soil and a custom mix of plants. Owens... Read more
—U.S. News & World Report