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  • Knight, Jonathan E. (Kansas State University, 2012-04-26)
    Experiences in natural environments are perceived as a human necessity. Additionally, prior studies show that nature access has emotional, cognitive, and psychological benefits for children. Nature is defined as a space ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie; Hunt, John D.; Teener, Linda (2011-05-24)
    Like thousands of schools across the United States, Northview Elementary School in Manhattan, Kansas plans to infuse kids’ lives with nature. Educators, community advocates, and parents gathered funds, drew plans, and ...
  • Anterola, Jeremy; Becker, Andrew; Blackwell, Jessica; Bonser, Skyler; Capps, Scott; Curry, Collin; Henley, Jacob; Jacobson, Melody; Jaquez-Herrera, Clemente; Kroen, Kevin; LaMartina, Josh; Rader, Julianne; Renyer, Shandelle; Richardson, Lindsey J.; Rolfs, Brett; Scherling, Ian; Stolwyk, Adrienne; Van de Riet, Geoff; Vanderpool, Aaron; Wages, Erin; Watkins, Malcolm; Wilke, Laura; Williams, Jessica (Kansas State University, 2009-01-30)
    May 4, 2007, a tornado ripped across Kiowa County, Kansas, leveling ninety-five percent of the town of Greensburg and leaving the rest of the town severely damaged. Shortly after the tornado, a 12-week process of meetings ...
  • Maddock, Sally; Kern, Kelsey (Kansas State University, 2009-01-30)
  • Akers, Ashley; Carmichael, Jessie; Chesney, Paden; Cole, Madelyn; Ferrara, Nick; Fitzgerald, Mikala; Hahn, Howard; Herbel, Erich; Jackson, Kastasya; Kappelman, Julia; Madsen, Rainie; Pasowicz, Grant; Titus, August; Weinberg, Haley (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning., 2019)
    This book summarizes the work of the 2019 LAR 646 Community Planning and Design Studio at Kansas State University. The studio explored visioning and design ideas for relocating, restoring, and better protecting businesses ...
  • Clark, Jeffrey (Kansas State University, 2012-04-27)
    The City of Manhattan, Kansas is looking for possible solutions to mitigate flooding along Wildcat Creek within the Wildcat Creek Watershed. Recent flooding has caused substantial property damage. The project presented ...
  • Musoke, Elizabeth (Kansas State University, 2012-04-27)
    The City of Manhattan, Kansas has been subject to intense flooding in the last couple of years. Areas of the city, within the Wildcat Creek Watershed, have been adversely affected. The City of Manhattan and stakeholders ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie (2011-05-24)
    Landscape, viewed for centuries by the art world as either an inspirational source for art or as a kind of decorative art, emerged with a new prominence during the twentieth century. Artists and landscape architects now ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie; Addo-Atuah, Kweku; Fakhraldeen, Sukaina; Hao, Shuang; King, Chelsey; Knight, Jonathan; Melvin, Rebecca; Weatherholt, Laura (Kansas State University. Dept. of Landscape Architecture/Regional & Community, 2012-05-03)
    Seven master's degree candidates in the K-State Department of Landscape Architecture/Regional & Community Planning participated in a collaborative studio process leading to completion of their individual master’s reports. ...
  • Gibson, Huston J. (2014-12-03)
    This manuscript explores the notion of the middle. Whether discussing birth order, cars, housing, or schools, first and last seems to overshadow the middle. In particular, when investigating K-12 public schools and their ...
  • Brody, Jason S. (2013-08-26)
    Although one of the more well-known concepts in planning, both planning scholars and professional communities such as the New Urbanism have neglected the neighbourhood unit concept's historic influence in shaping suburban ...
  • Addo-Atuah, Kweku (Kansas State University, 2012-04-27)
    There is currently a dearth of planning literature concerning participatory processes relative to children, particularly in the planning and design of schoolyard or playground spaces. Through a local, place-based, participatory ...
  • Swehla, Tyler; Taylor, Morgan; Shy, Kelsie; Jagles, Emily; Allen, Taylor; Fiala, Abigail; Jackman, Sarah; Rose, Katelyn; Vallo, Laura; Stucki, Lindsay; Knight, Jonathan; Tucker, Tyler; Steward, Kelsey; Kellams, Timothy; Bernal, Kaitlin; Bruns, Conner; Armstrong, Haley; Heidt, Neal (Kansas State University, )
    Beginning in the 1950s, many American cities experienced significant population decline in their urban core. The reasons for decline include local, regional and federal policies, housing preferences, social issues, racial ...
  • Hao, Shuang (Kansas State University, 2012-04-25)
    Neighborhood parks can provide a place for children and teens to satisfy their curiosity and learn about nature. Without an open-space policy or regulation from the city, no park was proposed during the development of the ...
  • Keane, Timothy D.; Kim, Jae Hong; Bernard, Eric (2015-02-06)
    The Political Fragmentation Indicator Database is an outcome of the NSF CNH-Ex #1114931: Political Fragmentation in Local Governance and Water Resource Management project. The database contains a range of metrics that ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie (Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, 2010-06-24)
    The 'analytique' is a Beaux-Arts approach to teaching design principles through an 'order problem' which relies on the analysis and representation of built work. The term 'analytique' refers to the product of a student's ...
  • Fakhraldeen, Sukaina (Kansas State University, 2012-04-25)
    In the temperate Midwest, interiorscapes are seldom a feature of public schools. The interior spaces of school environments tend to be dull, uninspiring, and do very little to nurture the wellbeing and needs of students. ...
  • Gibson, Huston J. (2011-10-19)
    This study begins by examining the relationship between public K-12 school facility age and student access to modern classroom technological resources, driven by questioning “newer equals better” assumptions. The method ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie (2010-06-24)
    Conditions of pedestrian comfort have been evaluated by other researchers as they relate to climate, protection from vehicles, and spatial conditions of the street. But in a discourse that emphasizes the public nature of ...

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