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Research Submitted

Titlesort ascending Author Date
Research summary: Alternatives to Isolating Prisoners with Severe Mental Illness Caren Martin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC), Denise Guerin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC) Dec 31, 2014
Research summary: A Longitudinal Study of Prisoners on Remand Debajyoti Pati (Texas Tech University), Kate Haenchen (Texas Tech University), Sipra Pati (Texas Tech University) Dec 31, 2012
Research summary: A Holistic Analysis of Safety within the Court Facility Caren Martin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC), Denise Guerin (Martin & Guerin Design Research, LLC) Dec 31, 2014
Research in Professional Practice: How a Seed Grant from the AIA Eventually Enabled the Creation of a Research Entity Debajyoti Pati, PhD, FIIA, LEED AP (HKS Architects) Dec 01, 2011
REIs: Renewable Energy Infrastructures Chris Ford (The University of Nebraska) May 01, 2011
Reinventing the Academic Medical Center Eric Meub, AIA Sep 01, 2008
Reflections on the Impact of the RFP Research Grant for “Guideline for Spatial Regeneration in Iowa” Project Marwan Ghandour (Iowa State University) Dec 01, 2011
Reducing Mechanical Equipment Cost: The Economics of Green Design Kevin R. Hydes, Laura Creech Sep 30, 2000
Reducing Carbon and Improving Thermal Comfort for an Orphan Village in Rural Liberia Joshua D. Lee (Carnegie Mellon University), Leila Sai Srinivasan (AECOM) Oct 02, 2020
Redesigning the Office for Family Medicine: Promoting Efficient and Effective Work Processes through Design Dina Battisto, Ph.D., M.Arch, Stephen Thomas, MD, Salley Whitman, CHE, Tara Weeks, M.Arch Oct 01, 2009