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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Evidence-based Research for Architectural Design: Residential Site Plans and Older Adults Walking Zhe Wang, Ph.D., RA, LEED AP (Cannon Design), Mike Pukszta, AIA (Cannon Design), Mardelle Shepley, D. Arch, AIA, LEED AP (Texas A&M University) Dec 01, 2011
Evolution of the ED James Harrell, FAIA, FACHA, LEEP AP, Angela Mazzi, AIA, ACHA, EDAC Oct 24, 2012
Evolution of the Hospital: The Next 20 Years W.H. (Tib) Tusler, Jr., FAIA (Planning for Health) Oct 01, 1998
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
Farmworks: Building as a Machine for Growing Food Eugenia Victoria Ellis (Drexel University), David Alan Kratzer (Thomas Jefferson University) Oct 02, 2020
FGI Then and Now: The Modifications for Better Design and Planning for Imaging in the Operating Room Dale A. Anderson, AIA (DLR Group | Salus), Mahta Ahmadnia (DLR Group | Salus) Apr 01, 2022
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