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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Evolutionary Psychology and Workplace Design: Doing What Comes Naturally Debra Wierenga, Betty Hase (Herman Miller Inc.), Roger B. Call, AIA, ACHA (Herman Miller for Healthcare) Oct 01, 2004
Exploring the Public Realm: Understanding Multiple Ways of Publicness in Urban America Anirban Adhya (Lawrence Technological University) Dec 01, 2008
Family Behavior in a Single-Family Room NICU Mardelle McCuskey Shepley Dec 01, 2011
Flex Molds Brian Peters, Kent State University May 13, 2015
From Benchtop to Bedside: Exchanging Research Lessons Learned in an Undergraduate Program Meredith Banasiak (University of Colorado, Denver) Dec 01, 2008
From Disaster to Resilience David Perkes (Mississippi State University) May 13, 2015
Future Issues and Trends in Design of Women's Healthcare Facilities Kristi Walvrood Oct 01, 2000
Golconde: The Introduction of Modernism in India Pankaj Vir Gupta, AIA (University of Texas at Austin), Christine Mueller (University of Texas at Austin) Mar 01, 2005
Green Building Incentives: A Review Olanipekun Ayokunle Olubunmi, Paul Bo Xia, Martin Skitmore Jun 30, 2016
Green Classroom Retrofit Toolbox (GCRT): Evidence-Based Design Guidelines to Adapt K-12 School Facilities for Climate Change Ihab M.K. Elzeyadi, Ph.D., FES, EIA (University of Oregon) Dec 01, 2008