College of Design Students Featured at Sustainability Symposium

Sustainable Studies.jpgOn Wednesday, October 26, from 2:30 - 6:00 pm, over forty students from eight different colleges will be sharing their sustainability research at the Student Sustainability Symposium sponsored by Institute on the Environment (IonE). To register or learn more about the event, please click here.

Of the forty entries, at least eight are connected to the College of Design, including:

Jonee Kulman Brigham - Center for Sustainable Building Research (Liberal Studies Student)
Art, Story and Infrastructure: A Model for Experiential Interconnection in Environmental Education

Students for Design Activism - Landscape Architecture
Three Ring Gardens: Growing Parks, People, Pride
Promoting Sustainability through Education, Green Space, and Community Development

Erin Lilli - School of Architecture
Perceptions of Density in the Residential Built Environment

Laurie McGinley - School of Architecture
Sinking MASS: Sustainable Water Use Practices for a City Plagued by Sinkholes

Joe Messier - School of Architecture
Evaluating Sustainability of Food Service Building Operations

Colleen O'Dell - Landscape Architecture & Urban and Regional Planning
Lowertown Yards: Public Space from Renewed Infrastructure

Elizabeth Turner - School of Architecture
Sustainable Design, Construction, and Maintenance of Educational Environments as Learning Opportunity

Alice Yonke - School of Architecture
Envisioning our Food System