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2011 SBSE Award & Scholarship Recipients


SBSE Retreat Scholarship: Architectural Education: Trends in Teaching and Learning, Albuquerque, NM (15-18 June)

 

David Bartley, University of Oregon
James Grady,
North Carolina State University
Supriya Goel, Arizona State University
William Vicent, University of Southern California

 
Jeffrey Cook Memorial Scholarship: 2011 SBSE Retreat, Albuquerque, NM

 

Maria Sanchez, Universidad Central Del Ecuador

 
SBSE Travel Scholarship: ASES Conference, Solar 2011, Raleigh, NC (17-22 May)


David Bartley, University of Oregon, “Testing the Double Skin Façade: Jaqua Academic Learning Center”

Matthew Hogan, University of Oregon, “Passive is Aggressive: Retrofitting a 1907 House in Eugene”

Emily McGlohn, University of Oregon, “An Attic Full of Hot Air”

Andreas Schumann, National Autonomous University of Mexico, “Is Germany Becoming The Next Failed State On Solar Energies?”

Sara Tepfer, University of Oregon, “Rethinking Waste: Repurposed Post-consumer Bags as Vapor Retarders”

Paul Wolfe, University of Oregon, “Pacific Northwestern Exposure: A Long-Term Study of Pacific Northwest Climate on Extensive Green Roof Performance in Portland, Oregon”

Chanikarn Yimprayoon, University of Michigan, “Applications of Grid-Connected Photovoltaic System in Large Institutional Buildings”

SBSE Best ASES Conference Paper Award: Solar 2011, Raleigh, NC

 

Best Paper Award: James Grady, North Carolina State University, “Adding Dynamic Daylight Simulation Capabilities to HEED”
Honorable Mention: Matthew Hogan, University of Oregon, “Passive is Aggressive: Retrofitting a 1907 House in Eugene”

Honorable Mention: Emily McGlohn, University of Oregon, “An Attic Full of Hot Air”

 
Jeffrey Cook Student Travel Award: 2011 PLEA Conference, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium (13-15 July)  

 

Daniela Besser, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom, “Case Study Project”

Ning Liu, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, “Sustainable Alternatives in Developing Countries”

 
 
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