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Research Submitted

Titlesort ascending Author Date
Sustainable Building Certification and the Rent Premium: A Panel Data Approach Alexander Reichardt , Franz Fuerst , Nico Rottke , Joachim Zietz Jan 31, 2012
Surf and Turf: Integrating Resilient Design Early in the Curriculum Craig Griffin (Thomas Jefferson University) Oct 02, 2020
Strategies for Integrated Design of Sustainable Tall Buildings Mir M. Ali, Ph.D. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Paul J. Armstrong, MArch, R.A. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Dec 10, 2008
Strategies for Accommodating Obese Patients in an Acute Care Setting Andy Collignon, J.D., AIA Sep 01, 2008
Sourcing Energy from Waste in the Circular City: Integrated Anaerobic Digestion Toward Long-Term Decarbonization of Cities Erin Horn (University of Washington), Gundula Proksch (University of Washington) Oct 02, 2020
Sound Practices: Noise Control in the Healthcare Environment Roger B. Call, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP (Herman Miller for Healthcare) Nov 01, 2007
Sound and Space: Acoustical design strategies for healthcare staff spaces Sayali Wazalwar (GBBN) Nov 01, 2019
Songambele Stories Southern Ellis, AIA (HKS, Inc.) Nov 01, 2017
Solar Architecture The AIA Research Corporation Jan 01, 1978
Socially Responsible Collaborative Models for Green Building Design Keith E. Hedges (University of Wyoming), Anthony S. Denzer (University of Wyoming), Christopher Livingston (Montana State University), Mark Hoistad (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) Dec 01, 2008