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Construction Management students build tiny homes
Lumberjacks are at their best when they are learning through service to others. Earning course credit and gaining hands-on experience, students in the James I. Perkins College of Education built four tiny homes for Village Nac, a faith-based community for residents with chronic mental health and homelessness issues. The project was funded by a $115,000 grant from SFA’s Center for Applied Research and Rural Innovation.
Sally Ann Swearingen, SFA associate professor of interior design and construction management, spoke during the event celebrating the completion of the tiny homes. The construction program has its own truck and trailer.