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APLA Faculty Win CADC Seed Grants

Mobile Bay Mud Lakes

Several APLA faculty members received grants from this year’s College of Architecture, Design and Construction’s Seed Grant program. The CADC Seed Grant program provides yearly opportunities for faculty to apply for small grants to initiate new research endeavors and to provide match funding for the Auburn University Intramural Grant Program. The Seed Grant Awards are funded by the CADC’s Dean’s Office and the McWhorter School of Building Science. The following APLA faculty were awarded Seed Grants:

Valerie Friedmann and Rob Holmes for “Mobile Bay Mud Lakes: Co-evaluation of Industrial Processes and Plant Communities on Dredged Material Management Areas.”

Matthew Hall for “Sigured Lewerentz: Context, Fragments and Influence expanded.”

Justin Miller for “Climate Responsive? Revisiting the Sert and Gropius Residences.”

Danielle Willkens for “Early Intervention Design Education: a developing methodology for adolescent architectural education.”

Danielle Willkens and Junshan Liu (Building Science) for “BRING HISTORY TO LIFE: Civil Rights Conflict Archaeology through the Creation of a Virtual Simulation of ‘Bloody Sunday’ at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, AL.”