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  • Castiglione, Benjamin (2012-05-23)
    This project is an investigation of how the built environment affects the natural environment, and how the natural environment affects the built environment. The goal of this project is to design multiple aspects of the ...
  • Beall, Eugenie Reagan (2012-05-18)
    Both as a poet and a critic, Thomas Stearns Eliot has profoundly influenced post-world War I literature. Not only has he conveyed his view of the human condition poetically, but he has articulated the philosophy which ...
  • Russell, Alena (2012-05-18)
    The environment is adapting to its continually changing landscapes, modified by man to make way for cities and architecture that dominates over the surrounding green spaces that still exist. But over time, the once dominating ...
  • Gao, Jiyong (2017-06-14)
    Real-time navigation and mapping of an autonomous robot is one of the major challenges in autonomous robot systems. In this dissertation, a novel sensor-based biologically inspired neural network algorithm to real-time ...
  • Fife, Dustin D. (2012-05-18)
    Through the process of urban decentralization, the way in which people live and establish community has changed drastically. Traditional urban relationships founded upon physical proximity to large centralized institutions ...
  • Pelloski, Brian (2012-05-18)
    What can you do with healthcare architecture that meets the demands for the present day? What are the trends within the healthcare field itself that will lead to a future model for healthcare architecture? Will the hospital ...
  • Unknown author (2012-05-24)
    What is place? Place is how one comes to experience or inhabit a particular location or even how a culture begins to associate a place with a particular concept or idea. It can be something as simple as a sandbox that a ...
  • Pink, Giulia Genevieve (2015-05-12)
    No Net Ensnares Me: Marriage, Stock Roles, and the Beauty Myth in Feminist Retellings of Fairy Tales examines feminist adaptations of fairy tales in order to analyze the cultural norms inscribed in folklore as well as the ...
  • Suleiman, Ahmed Salem (2014-10-28)
    Open-cell metal foam is a class of modern porous media that possesses high thermal conductivity, large accessible surface area per unit volume and high porosities (often greater than 90%). The high porosity means very low ...
  • Burd, David A. (2012-05-18)
    The western culture strives for advancement in every aspect of life. Medical technology advances exponentially from year to year. Once a milestone has been reached, a new discovery renders it obsolete. Treatments become ...
  • Mounteer, Stephen Reilly (2016-05-19)
    Objects of Architectural Potentials is less interested in the production of dynamic, fluid, complex shapes or forms, than it is in discovering dynamic, fluid, complex architectural, design processes. By reframing our ...
  • Al-Jureidini, Sami (2012-05-18)
    All over America, cities are experiencing a shift in population, from the center to the outside peripheries. Known as decentralization, this phenomenon is most common in modern, post-industrial cities. Depopulation of the ...
  • Kraatz, Anthony M. (2012-05-18)
    The world in which we live provides a limiting range of experiences for our individual sensory needs as well as our social interactions as a community. Architecture has created a disconnection between humans and nature by ...
  • Bally, Todd (2012-05-18)
    Is looking at nature directly a major factor in determining a sustainable building? Some architects are concerned with how humankind can integrate itself with nature in a sustainable way, reducing energy, materials, and ...
  • Rybak, Matthew (2015-04-28)
    The American urban landscape has been shifting for the past century. Shifting away from the public and social life to a private one, a life behind closed doors. Is our society to blame for this, the culture itself, or ...
  • La Tona, Adrian (2012-05-18)
    The intention of this thesis is to investigate space as the relationship between architecture, the body and consciousness. With the advent of anti-psychotic medication and General Hospital mental wards constructed in the ...
  • Templeton, Ian (2017-05-20)
    Whether we realize it or not, humans have always been attracted to water. The water’s edge has had a physical, mental as well as emotional connection to people in ways that affect the human mind consciously and subconsciously. ...
  • Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) (2015-08-21)
  • Theut, Jacob (2017-06-16)
    Our world is wide, moving, connected—a world among many other worlds. When we head out for these alien territories, physical or cognitive, what we are doing foremost is throwing ourselves into the unknown. What is the ...
  • Valentine, Alycsa (2012-05-23)
    The curiosity of children has always been a personal point of interest. There is something so pure in the way they interact with their environment. Nothing is ever certain or predetermined. A couch is not something to sit ...

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