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  • Almanfi, Ayat; Atkinson, Alyssa; Hurteau, Caroline; Lewis, Jeremy; McCain, Michael (2023-01-18)
    The proposed Rouge River Greenway will become a valued community asset used by residents and visitors alike when the community is engaged at every step of the planning, development and implementation stages and when the ...
  • Malbouef, Stephen (2022-08-31)
    This study investigates how adaptive reuse and historic preservation can be applied in a practical manner in order to transform Detroit’s Belle Isle Boathouse, the former home of the Detroit Boat Club, into a public gateway ...
  • Hays, Michael (2012-05-18)
    There exists many small communities across rural America that were once centers of agricultural commerce. These communities were then introduced to industry, and they virtually abandoned their agricultural roots. In the ...
  • Longtin, Ariel (2012-05-18)
    The current state of disconnect within our society requires us to question our modes of interaction. As a byproduct of the disconnect amongst the communities within Detroit, the city has undergone many physical and social ...
  • Gillen, Chris (2012-05-18)
    Sacred space often evokes a broadened sense of awareness, it employs an experience of emotion, sensation, and memory that transcends the spatial. Sacred space is used here as a loose term to describe the relationship of ...
  • Ibarra-Frayre, Carlos (2015-04-30)
    Architects are trained to understand that no two urban conditions are the same. It is the complexity of issues that are available that make design such a challenging yet rewarding career. In the case of Southwest Detroit, ...
  • Mirian, Rodabeh (2021-04-06)
    Hypertension is the most common clinical condition treated in primary care settings. In 2017, the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association published new guidelines for hypertension management and ...
  • Green Spicer, Erica (2022-01-05)
    The purpose of this program evaluation was to identify common character traits of nurses caring for Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) patients along with hospital readmission rates for CHF patients in a homecare agency.
  • Green Spicer, Erica (2021-12-17)
    The purpose of this program evaluation was to identify common character traits of nurses caring for Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) patients along with hospital readmission rates for CHF patients in a homecare agency.
  • Floyd, Alexandrea (2016-05-18)
    Architecture has been lacking in how it impacts the disabled population, not by means of accessibility, but by the different ways architecture can impact their well-being. It has become common practice in today’s profession ...
  • Haas, Charles (2012-05-18)
    Safety, as it pertains to the built environment, is often achieved through physical security implementation. The implementation of security is often seen as collaboration between the designer and a security professional. ...
  • Camp, Jennifer (2014-05-20)
    This thesis is an effort to bring attention to how people perceive architecture. By refocusing an individual's attention to their perception, the attention can be shifted so they are more aware of the spaces they inhabit. ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-24)
  • Bachand, Sister Joan of Arc O.P. (2012-05-18)
    Scholars have long noted a difference in the type of play represented in the various periods of Shakespeare's career. Three types were commonly recognized as the chief on the Elizabethan stage: comedy, tragedy, and history. ...
  • Taylor, Aaron (2012-05-18)
    This thesis intends to investigate an architectural response to contemporary need for a built environment that is adaptable, portable, and flexible in order to prevent architectural consumption. A vast amount of solid ...
  • Pérez, Mauricio (2014-05-19)
    There exists a constant dialogue with an individual and their interaction with space, architecture, and being. At a primal level, the individual develops a dichotomous understanding of environment. At one spectrum exists ...
  • Hegland, Hailey (2014-10-28)
    The Internet has become an increasing popular way to form new relationships. Previous research has examined the demographics of individuals who use online dating sites and personality characteristics of these individuals, ...
  • Klimkowski, Mark (2012-05-18)
    The built environment is becoming the product of a highly specialized system where the users find themselves at the mercy of a dictatorship of a remote group designers. In today’s advanced world, the majority of people ...
  • Mazzola, Vito (2012-05-18)
    Housing today has become in a sense a social requirement for architects, forcing them not to design but adhere to a conventional and traditional style home, which in turn ignores the changing needs and concerns of society. ...

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