The Interior Design Senior Thesis Exhibit will take place on May 4, 2011 in 233 McNeal Hall from 4-6pm. Students will present their Evidence-Based Design solutions for the new Rising Cedar Health and Wellness Center. The Center will provide 40 residential units that are staffed for supportive services 24 hours a day for residents with serious and persistent mental illnesses. The Center also includes a health and wellness center that will be used by residents and available for members of the larger community.
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