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  • Cascio, Michael (2012-05-18)
    The human ability to adapt to different situations and transition seamlessly between many social roles has provided for our survival for thousands of years as we deal with disaster as well as subtle changes in our daily ...
  • Avery, Kaitlin (2013-06-12)
    Despite recent financial endeavors and investments in Detroit, the city and its citizens are still suffering. This study involves a University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) student service learning experience with the “Banking ...
  • Geiger, Katherine (2017-05-03)
    Using the existing natural landscape and infrastructure that has been forgotten to help reconnect the identity of the town to its waterfront. Reintroducing identity to a town can help improve the quality of the town. Many ...
  • Bloink, Steven (2012-05-18)
    As time progresses, the original intention of an architectural place becomes residual, only experienced in its fullest form in vestiges of our memory. Our engagement with building has been pushed and distorted to the point ...
  • Fricke, Nicole (2017-05-20)
    An assemblage of details analyzing latent architectonic principles in Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Meaning interpreted through poetics, image, and space. Explorations dwelling in worlds of experience; ...
  • Perez, Estrellita (2017-06-06)
    We see with our eyes, but we see with the mind as well, and seeing with the mind is often called imagination. This thesis investigates the ambiguous, mystifying, and complex nature of imagination and has not been in any ...
  • Berkowski, Monisha Leonora (2017-06-15)
    Gender inequality is a well-documented phenomenon in the United States as evidenced by the wage gap, large discrepancies in women holding positions of power, and the frequency with which women experience forms of gender ...
  • Hawke, Shannon (2015-05-12)
    This project is an investigation into the innate connection we have with water. we: humans beings / conscious thinkers / decision makers / spiritual seekers / members of the greater whole
  • Wehri, Jonathan (2012-05-18)
    I want to start with the idea that any place is saturated with qualities and by placing architecture within any context is to re-interpret and re-script the experience of the environment. In my thesis I sought opportunities ...
  • Cuniberti, Stephanie (2015-05-12)
    In this thesis exploration the middle ground between suburban living and new urbanism is developed. The suburbs have been built so rapidly and without the true interest of the buyer in mind, that the connection with ...
  • Guy, William Cortland (2017-06-07)
    The present study investigated the effects of ethnicity, gender, and skin-tone (light versus dark) on ratings of facial attractiveness. Oculomotor activity was measured to understand visual attention. The study assessed ...
  • DeLaRosa, Anthony (2012-05-23)
    There is a vast acknowledgement that something is wrong with the economy. Many think that the solution is from a top down approach. Proven results have come from a bottom-up grass roots approach, and peddling will be the ...
  • Jenkins, James III (2012-05-18)
    Architects consistently speak of both nature and the built environment. They passionately concern themselves with the harmony that should exist between the two. They use precedence such as the Native American Tee Pee, ...
  • Smart, Katerina (2012-05-23)
    “To be human is to live in a world that is filled with significant places: to be human is to have and to know your place.” Edward Relph said this in his book Place and Placelessness to describe a very fundamental aspect ...
  • Hearn, Brian J. (2012-05-18)
    How can architecture make more stimulating infrastructure, and how can infrastructure make more provocative architecture? Is there a construct of connection, integration or common ground? By creating an Urban infrastructure ...
  • Smith, Mone (2012-05-18)
    The central premise of this thesis is to begin to challenge preconceived notions of dwelling and to create a new way to dwell in a dense urban environment. One of the most important concerns for this project is the idea ...
  • Merline, Kara (2012-05-18)
    Places have been created that are experienced in transit. These places exist after an individual has entered the threshold but before reaching a destination. They are the places experienced out of necessity, not desire, ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-21)
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-24)
  • Frost, Frank (2012-05-21)
    A person’s emotional response to the experiences they have play a role in how they perceive the spaces around them and shape who they are. An understanding of these relationships is sought through studying how and why ...

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