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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Intersections Between the Academy and Practice: Papers from the 2015 AIA/ACSA Intersections Symposium Gregory Kessler, FAIA (Washington State University), Stephen Vogel, FAIA (University of Detroit Mercy) May 13, 2015
Intersections Between the Academy and Practice: Papers from the 2017 AIA/ACSA Intersections Symposium John Folan (Carnegie Mellon University), Julie Ju-Youn Kim (Georgia Institute of Technology) Apr 26, 2017
Is It Healthy to Turn Green? Clark Kellogg (Gordon H Chong & Partners) Oct 01, 2002
Labor Histories and Carbon Futures Jessica Garcia Fritz (South Dakota State University), Federico Garcia Lammers (South Dakota State University) Oct 02, 2020
Learning Space Design for the Ethnically Diverse Undergraduate Classroom James Determan, FAIA (Hord Coplan Macht), Mary Anne Akers (Morgan State University), Isaac Williams, AIA (Morgan State University), Christine Hohmann (Morgan State University), Catherine Martin-Dunlop (Morgan State University) Apr 27, 2015
Lighting Design for Healthcare Facilities: A Common-Sense Approach John Niesen, AIA (HDR Architecture) Oct 01, 2004
Local Materials Matter Edward Becker (Virginia Tech) Oct 02, 2020
Low Carbon Communities: An Analysis of the State of Low-Carbon Community Design Tyler Blazer (AIA/AIAS COTE Research Fellowship 2010), AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Jan 31, 2011
Low-Carbon Concrete Construction: The Past, Present, and Future of Concrete Design in India Mohamed A. Ismail (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Caitlin T. Mueller (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Oct 02, 2020
Lower-Technology, Higher-Performance Construction Kiel Moe, AIA (Harvard University) May 01, 2012