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2004 SBSE Award & Scholarship Recipients

Best Papers | Retreat Scholarship | SBSE Travel Scholarships |J. Cook Student Travel Scholarship |
|J. Cook Memorial Scholarship  | Agents of Change

2004 ASES Best Paper Awards 

Category 1 Best Presentation:

Edward Ng, Vickie Cheng, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Daylight Design and Regulation for High Density Cities  
     
Category 2 Best Student-Authored Paper
Michael Murray, John E. Petersen, Oberlin College, Payback and Currencies of Energy, CO2 and Money for a 60kw Photovoltaic Array  
David Posada, University of Oregon. Designing A Way Out Of The Box: Teaching Sustainable Design  With Technology  
     
Category 3: Best Co-Authored Papers
Edward Ng, Vickie Cheng, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Daylight Design and Regulation for High Density Cities  
     
Category 4: Best Poster
Daniel J. Overbey, Ball State University, Naturally Air-Conditioned Low-Income Housing Prototype  
Nuri Bae Hyojin Kim, Yonsei University, Research on Thermal Environment and Residents' Control Behaviors of Floor Heating System in Korea  
Daniel C. Glaser, The Use of Sketching and Spreadsheets in Lighting Design  

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SBSE Retreat Scholarship to Cascade Head, OR (July 7 - 10)

SBSE congratulates the following students who are recipients of scholarships and support to attend the SBSE annual retreat, thereby supporting and encouraging graduate students interested in pursuing a career in teaching environmental technology and design.

∙ Byoungsoo Ahn, Texas A&M University
∙ Xiaojun Cheng, University of Southern California
∙ Aalok Deshmukh, Arizona State University
∙ Lizette Fife, University of Idaho
∙ Shruti Narayan, Arizona State University
∙ Caroline Prochazka, University of Waterloo

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$200 SBSE Travel Scholarships to Solar 2004

SBSE congratulates the following students as recipients of travel awards to present papers at the annual American Solar Energy Society meeting:

Vidhi Agarwal, Arizona State University 
Urban Climatology, Street Configurations and Thermal Comfort
Umesh Atre, Texas A&M University
Evaluating the Daylight Performance of Three Museum Galleries
Chayapa Chongcharoensuk, Texas A&M University
Evaluating the Daylight Performance of Three Museum Galleries
Aalok Deshmukh, Arizona State University
Application of Radiant and Conductive Strategies to Task/Ambient Conditioning
Betina Martins Mogo, Texas A&M University
Evaluating the Daylight Performance of Three Museum Galleries
Jon Meendering, University of Oregon
Thermal Diary: A Day in the Life of an Architecture Student
Michael Murray, Oberlin College
Payback and Currencies of Energy, Carbon Dioxide and Money for a 60 KW Photovoltaic Array
Shruti Narayan, Arizona State University
Evaluating the Evolution of Garden Office Typology and Determining Its Performance
Roger Ota, University of Oregon
Thermal Diary: A Day in the Life of an Architecture Student
Daniel Overbey, Ball State University
A Roofpond System for Natural Air-Conditioning in a Habitat for Humanity Home in Muncie, Indiana

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Jeffrey Cook Student Travel Award to PLEA

SBSE congratulates Aalok Deshmukh of Arizona State University as the recipient of Jeff Cook Student Travel Award to the 2004 PLEA Conference in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Aalok will present his paper, Thermal Comfort Analysis of Personal / Task Cooling Approaches Driven by Radiant and Conductive Strategies using CFD.

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Jeffrey Cook Memorial Scholarship 

SBSE congratulates Eugenio Collados from Universidad de Santiago de Chile as the first recipient of the Jeffrey Cook Memorial Scholarship for faculty to travel to an SBSE retreat. 

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Support from the Agents of Change Project:

Agents of Change sent each of the following students to the SBSE annual retreat:

∙ Megan Compton, University of Idaho
∙ Sara Goenner, University of Oregon
∙ Peter Marks, Kent State University
∙ Leesa Mayfield, University of Oregon
∙ Mary Rasure, University of Oregon

The Agents of Change Project will send each of the following students to the ASES Meeting to disseminate their experiences with case studies and building investigations:

Lizette Fife, University of Idaho, The Agents of Change Project: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Teaching
Sara Goenner, University of Oregon, The Agents of Change Project: The Power of Peer-to-Peer Teaching
Peter Marks, Kent State University, Convection Currents Caused by Thermal Conditions in a Lightwell
Eric Roberts, University of Idaho, University of Idaho Albertson's Business Building
James Taylor, University of Idaho, University of Idaho Albertson's Business Building
Rick Wilmot, University of Idaho, University of Idaho Albertson's Business Building

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SBSE: Society of Building Science Educators, 2014
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