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  • 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 ...
  • Kingery-Page, Katie; Melvin, Rebecca J. (2014-08-20)
    The contemporary American schoolyard remains an under-utilized opportunity for experiential learning. Contemporary public schoolyards are often designed in response to perceptions of liability and a limited interpretation ...
  • Melvin, Rebecca (Kansas State University, 2012-04-30)
    Encouraging creativity is an important part of a child’s education and often not adequately supported by outdoor school environments. Contemporary playgrounds are designed in response to perceptions of liability and a ...
  • Corrie, Brian; Sun, Wei; Sundine, Josh; Depriest, Anthony; Nelson, Bre; Brown, Skylar; Rankin, Rachel; Lemken, Andrea; Nyp, Chandler; Finck, Caroline; Lanning, Evan; Wong, Astrid (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, )
    The Omaha Housing Authority (OHA) is at a critical crossroad. Southside Terrace public housing infrastructure has exceeded its functional lifespan and needs to be replaced. The cost to maintain the 75-year-old residential ...
  • Aleman, Marcos; Baker, Logan; Barragree, Joshua; Belanger, Blake; Benyshek, Julie; Chen, Si; Cooke, Shelby; Cross, Rachel; Dirks, Harrison; Dunay, Morgan; Gray, Allyssa; Hahn, Howard; Hake, Bridget; Hodgson, Danielle; Larkin, Katelyn; Mader, Grace; Wagner, Caleb; Pendland, Konner; Quincke, Madison; Randall, Scott; Sanders, Spencer; Stoffel, Elsa; Updike, Miles; Yeager, Mackenzie; Zhong, Yingyi (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, 2018)
    The Strip in Coralville is iconic of mid-century American strip retail development. Highway 6, also known as 2nd Street, is a 5-lane arterial street with the highest volume of traffic in the metro area. Buildings are located ...
  • King, Chelsey (Kansas State University, 2012-04-25)
    It is estimated by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention that approximately 1 in every 88 children are diagnosed with some level of autism or various degrees of Pervasive Developmental Disorders (2012). Pervasive ...
  • Hahn, Howard D.; Belanger, Blake (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, 2014-11-17)
    The 2014 “Visions in the Ville” summer studio explored Aggieville’s potential as the community looks toward the future. The studio spanned eight weeks and was offered by the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional ...
  • Belanger, Blake; Hahn, Howard D. (Kansas State University. College of Architecture, Planning & Design, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional & Community Planning, 2014-11-17)
    The 2014 “Visions in the Ville” summer studio explored Aggieville’s potential as the community looks toward the future. The studio spanned eight weeks and was offered by the Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional ...
  • Buffington, Jared; Clark, Jeffrey; Denlinger, Danielle; Engelke, Jennifer; Musoke, Elizabeth; Stout, Breanna; Sullivan, Justine; Tucker, Terry; Barnes, Philip L.; Sanders, Christopher (Dept. of Landscape Architecture and Regional and Community Planning. Kansas State University, 2012-05-16)
    Wildcat Creek Watershed (approx. 99 square miles) in Riley County, Kansas had significant flooding in recent years. A Watershed Assessment of River Stability and Sediment Supply (WARSSS, Rosgen, 2006) of Wildcat Creek was ...
  • Engelke, Jennifer (Kansas State University, 2012-04-26)
    Wildcat Creek in Riley County, KS has repeatedly flooded in the past 5 years causing significant damage to the watershed, private property, and community livelihood. Strategically placing wetlands throughout the watershed ...

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