Kennesaw State Univesity Architecture Thesis Students Receive URCA Funding
The 2019-2020 academic years starts out strong with the department of architecture being awarded a total of $7,000 during this first round of Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (URCA) funding from the Office of Undergraduate Research.
Congratulations to 7-architecture thesis students—Jared, Devon, Ana, Breck, Caleb, Marysia and Chase-- for receiving URCA awards for the maximum amount of $1,000 each to present their research at professional conferences this fall: ACSA: Less Talk | More Action: Conscious Shifts in Architectural Education Conference at Stanford University, California and Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (SESAH) Conference at Clemson University, South Carolina.
Jared Triemer, Faith in Humanity: an exploration of spiritually inclusive architecture (advisor: Tim Frank)
Devon Sams, Golden Scrutiny: from Analog-to-Digital (advisor: Peter Pittman)
Ana Giron, Imaginative Engagement: Consolidating Play and Learning through the Spatial Design of Classrooms (advisor: Arash Soleimani)
Breck Small, Primary Focus: A New Precedent for Ugandan Education (advisor: Giovanni Loreto)
Caleb Lawrence, Atlanta, The Forest City? (advisor: Ed Akins)
Marysia LaRosa, Urban Revitalization of the Rust Belt City (advisor: Ed Akins)
Chase Sisk, How the Automobile Changes Monroe (advisor: Marietta Monaghan)
For information on annual student travel funds available to KSU students, please visit the Office of Undergraduate Research's website.