The University of Dayton will relocate and grow its Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) to the Arcade. The program directs students and faculty to work on different themes or problems in the city, such as addiction or access to food. The new collaborative workstation, called the GEMnasium, will be bigger and more high-tech than the current 3,500-square-foot space on campus. Glass walls will allow for multiple classes to be taught at the same time, separating the groups of students while still retaining its open design. The current GEMnasium in Fitz Hall will remain in use even after the second space opens downtown.
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