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Professor Il Kim Researches Yukari Cultural Kindergarten, Tokyo

Yukari Cultural Kindergarten

This summer I will be at Tokyo University of the Arts as a visiting scholar, conducting research on the kindergarten building designed by Kenzo Tange.  

Tange was one of the most influential architects in the post World War II era not only in Japan but also in the international context of

Jessie Ball DuPont Grant Funds DESIGNhabitat 5 Work

Jessie Ball Dupont Grant

DESIGNhabitat 5: Affordable Urban Housing Solutions for an Aging U.S. Population

The Urban Studio is embarking on a new Design for Health Initiative that will unite the capabilities of design professionals and healthcare practitioners to address health issues for the greater Birmingham area. 

APLA Graduate Students Win Outstanding Planning Award

Graduate students Joshua Cameron and Kenneth Dale Speetjens won the 2014 Outstanding Planning Award for a Planning Student Project for their research with landscape architecture professor, Charlene LeBleu, FASLA, AICP, on the impacts of commercial solid waste landfills on minority populations in

Auburn Speaks: On Water

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A collection of stories from Auburn University researches relating to the development of new and innovative approaches to water resource issues, and to helping communities at home and abroad capitilize on emerging water-based economic opportiunities.

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