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Research Submitted

Titlesort ascending Author Date
Cell Wars: Building a Base for Commanders in the Final Battle Against Cancer Mohammad T. Karim, AIA (Healthcare Environment Design, Architecture Engineering Interiors), Egan R. Gleason (Healthcare Environment Design, Architecture Engineering Interiors) Oct 01, 1999
Case Studies on Collaboration: Lessons Learned from the Library Initiative Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi, AIA Dec 10, 2008
Case Studies of Carbon Neutrality Alison G. Kwok, Ph.D., AIA, LEED AP (University of Oregon) May 28, 2009
Carbon Denominators David Fannon (Northeastern University), Michelle Laboy (Northeastern University) Oct 02, 2020
Cancer Centers: A Look at Environmental Issues and Patient Needs J. Mark Smith, MBA, Assoc. AIA (Vice President, Easter & Mason Healthcare Consulting Corporation) Dec 01, 1999
Cancer Care: In the Next Millennium Marsha Fountain, RN, MSN (Vice President), Robby Hull, AIA (The Stichler Group Inc.) Dec 01, 1999
Can Increasing Energy Performance Be a Key to Unlocking Rural Home Affordability? David Hinson (Auburn University), Rusty Smith (Auburn University Rural Studio), Bruce Kitchell, Mackenzie Stagg (Auburn University Rural Studio), Elizabeth Farrell Garcia (Auburn University Rural Studio), Betsy Burnet Oct 02, 2020
Can an Architect Design a Space that Will Unconsciously Create a Mood that Would Motivate People to Be More Productive? Irving M. Weiner (Massasoit Community College) Jul 12, 2011
By Proxy: Design Problems and Collaborative Inquiry Michael Leighton Beaman (Beta-field; Rhode Island School of Design; University of Virginia) Apr 26, 2017
Business and Architecture: New Directions for Rural & Small Hospitals J. Mark Smith, MBA, Assoc. AIA (Easter and Mason Healthcare Consulting Corporation) Jul 01, 1999