||2009 SBSE Award & Scholarship Recipients
SBSE Retreat Scholarship to Laval University, Quebec CIty, Quebec, Canada
(Wednesday, June 24-28, 2009) $400 toward retreat costs
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.
Christopher RG Black, University of Waterloo
Deepa Chandrashekaran, University of Southern California
Kalyan Chakraborty, Kansas State University
James G (Jim) Grady, North Carolina State University
Anupam Jain, University of Southern California
Jeffrey Cook Memorial Scholarship
Not awarded this year.
SBSE Travel Scholarships to Solar 2009 in Buffalo, NY
(May 12 - May 16) $500
Chuck Campanella, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Carbon Counting in Architecture
Thomas Collins, University of Oregon, Cool Roof, Green Roof"
Jocelynn Gebhart and Matthew Linn, University of Oregon, Recycled Form: Case Study in Search of Shelter
Yasmin Bhattacharya, Massey University, New Zealand and University of California, Los Angeles, Psychrometric Chart Tutorial: A Tool for Understanding Human Thermal Comfort Conditions"
SBSE - ASES Best Paper Award for Solar 2009 in Buffalo, NY
(May 12 - May 16) $600, $400, $100, book, certificate
Best Paper Award: Not awarded this year.
Runner Up Award: Yasmin Bhattacharya, Murray Milne, Massey University, New Zealand and University of California, Los Angeles, Psychrometric Chart Tutorial: A Tool for Understanding Human Thermal Comfort Conditions
Honorable Mention: Andrea Wilkins, Alfredo Fernandez-Gonzalez, University of Las Vegas, Nevada, Design Lessons Learned from the Lied Animal Shelter in Las Vegas, Nevada
Jeffrey Cook Student Travel Award to PLEA Conference in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
(June 22 - June 24) $1000
Anna Mavrogianni; Ph.D. candidate at The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University College London, London, U.K. Her paper is titled Modeling Domestic Stock Energy Use and Heat-related Health Risk: A GIS-based Urban-scale Bottom-up Modeling Approach.