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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Design for Aging Review 10: Insights and Innovations: The State of Senior Housing (Data Mining Findings) AIA Design for Aging Knowledge Community (DFA), Perkins Eastman Research Collaborative Dec 01, 2010
AIA Design for Aging Post-Occupancy Evaluation: Evaluator’s Toolkit 2010 AIA Design for Aging Knowledge Community (DFA) Dec 01, 2010
Cradle to Grave: Case Studies of Buildings’ Environmental Footprint Ashraf Ragheb, Assoc. AIA (Lawrence Technological University), Daniel Jacobs, AIA, RA (A3C Architects) Dec 01, 2010
The Challenges of Extended Postpartum Recovery for NICU Mothers Tammy Smith Thompson, MArch, AIA, NCARB, LaShawna Heflin, RN, BSN Nov 01, 2010
The Facility Response to Health Reform James T. Hannon Nov 01, 2010
The Future of Ambulatory Care John Barker, AIA, NCARB, Ed Pocock, AIA, Charles Huber Nov 01, 2010
Pre- and Post-Occupancy Evaluation of the Arlington Free Clinic Mardelle M. Shepley, Tama Duffy Day, Jamie Huffcut, Samira Pasha Nov 01, 2010
Guidelines for the Design of Sustainable Learning Laboratories that Teach Through Architecture Jim Jones Ph.D. (Virginia Tech) Jun 01, 2010
Thermally Active Surface in Architecture Kiel Moe (Northeastern University) May 01, 2010
Project profile: Kroon Hall AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 30, 2010