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2005 SBSE Award & Scholarship Recipients

Best Presentation
Elizabeth Valmont, University of Southern California, Microclimatic Impact: Glare Around the Walt Disney Concert Hall
  


SBSE Retreat Scholarship to Savannah, GA (June 9-12)

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.

Porus Sam Antia, Arizona State University
C. Megan Compton, University of Idaho
Mini Malhotra, Texas A&M University
Ronda Mohr, Washington State University (Spokane)
Thulasi Narayan, Arizona State University
Alissa Ogen, Savannah College of SArt and Design
Brenda Pearson, Savannah College of Art and Design
BJ Smith, University of Waterloo


$200 SBSE Travel Scholarships to Solar 2005

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

Shreshth Nagpal,  Arizona State University
        Effect of Photovoltaic cover on Urban Surface Energy Balance
Porus Antia,  Arizona State University
        Tools for the Mitigation of Urban Heat Island
Jatuwat Varodompun,  University of Michigan
        Solar and Daylight Performance of a Building with Glass Roof and Multilateral Glass Shading System
Sumit Brahmnbhat,  University of Southern California
        The Solar Decathlon Competition: An Overview and Constructive Criticism


The 2005 ASES/ SBSE Green Architecture Student Poster Contest

1st Place: ASES and SBSE membership for one year + $300
        Daniel J. Overbey, Ball State University, Evolution over Revolution: the C2C home

2nd Place:  ASES and SBSE membership for one year + $200
        Amine Touati, Georgia Institute of Technology, Co[ol] HABITATION

3rd Place:  ASES and SBSE membership for one year + $100
         Stephen Nieto, Wes Bassett, Cal Poly Pomona, Boy’s and Girl’s Club located in Goshen


Jeffrey Cook Student Travel Award to PLEA Conference, Beirut, Lebanon

Arianna Sdei, from The Marin Center for Architecture and Urban Studies, Cambridge University, U.K., with a $1000 travel award to present her paper, “Windows” in Japanese Architecture: Environmental Role of the Veranda in the Context of Social Life.

Ahadollah A'zami, from Azad University of Tabriz, Iran, with a $250 one-time Honorable Mention award to present his paper, Vernacular Architecture in Hot and Dry Regions of Iran.

Marina Mas Gomez, Williams College, London, U.K., with a $250 one-time Honorable Mention award to present her paper, Designing for Sustainability of the cultural heritage in Sahmuratli, Turkey.


Support from the Agents of Change Project

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

Leslie Bailly,  University of New Mexico
Kathy Bevers,  University of Oregon
Nibedita Das,   Kansas State University
Dan Goldstein,  University of Oregon
Jeff Guggenheim, University of Oregon
Rashmi Sonal,  Arizona State University

The Agents of Change Project will send each of the following students to the 2005 ASES Meeting to disseminate their experiences with case studies and building investigations at the Real Stories from Real Buildings Session:
- Nibedita Das, Kansas State University (Kolkata: Comfort in Courtyard Houses)
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Elizabeth Valmont, University of Southern California (Microclimatic Impact: Glare Around the Walt Disney Concert Hall
 

 
 
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