CAED Students Make Remarkable Showing at the Kent State University 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium

We would like to congratulate the following students for their hard work and dedication as an undergrad!

First place winners:

Jessica Shultz (ARCH), “Miguel Fisac’s Direct Influence in Modern Spanish Architecture through Concrete Innovation” (Dr. Brett Tippey, mentor)

Abigail Dummermuth (ID), “How the Route Angularity Effect Influences Customer Behavior” (Drs. Pamela Evans and Ji Young Cho, co-mentors)

Second place winners:

Connor Kaldor (ARCH), “FRP and Environmental Responses” (Dr. Riu Liu, mentor)

Rebecca Alanis (ARCH), “Beneficial Use of Plastic Bottles in Sustainable Building Construction” (Dr. Riu Liu, mentor)

Honorable mentions:

Caitlyn McCausland (ARCH), “Jewish and Moorish Influence on Mid-Twentieth Century Spanish Architecture”, (Dr. Brett Tippey, mentor)

Faris Turkistani (ARCH), “The Modern Elements Inside Moorish Spatial Design”, (Dr. Brett Tippey, mentor)

Also presenting excellent work:

Grace Myers (ARCH), “Modernisme in Urbanized Catalonia”, (Dr. Brett Tippey, mentor)

Devin Heinlein (ARCH), “Eduardo Torroja and the Introduction of Reinforced Concrete to 20th Century Spain”, (Dr. Brett Tippey, mentor)

Kaitlyn Hannigan (ARCH), “Climate Analysis Procedure”, (Peter Marks, mentor)

POSTED: Saturday, April 15, 2017 - 12:00am
UPDATED: Monday, February 17, 2020 - 1:27pm