Michael Lauber is one of our most senior laboratory planners, focusing on teaching facilities for the STEM disciplines and the health sciences.
In this role, he brings the knowledge of the latest trends in learning and technology to the planning and design of contemporary teaching facilities. He is particularly interested in the relationship of pedagogy to lab design, and incorporates the latest thinking about how students learn into the design of teaching labs, classrooms, and student interaction spaces.
Michael is a frequent presenter at national conferences such as SCUP and Tradeline, where he speaks on issues relating to science and health sciences teaching facilities.
From 2004 through 2016, Michael served as President of the firm. His most recent clients include Brown University, Framingham State University, Michigan State University, Rice University, Rutgers University, Ursinus College, University of
Massachusetts Dartmouth, University of New Hampshire, University of Rhode Island, and University of Vermont.