The second annual APDesign Research Symposium took place on November 13. The symposium allowed students to present their research to peers and faculty and was followed by a keynote presentation by Professor Nancy Rottle.
Presentations by LARCP students included:
Eric Conner, MRCP
Live Music: What draws it and what does it draw?
Gabriela Weber, MLA
(re)Defining Landscape Architecture
Cydnie Jones, MLA
A Case Study: Designing an African – American Neighborhood to Prevent Crime and Increase Physical Activity
Kraig Weber, MLA
Image of the Digital City
Katie Burke, ENVD Ph.D.
Landscape Disturbance: Tracking Gully Development in Two Kansas Landscapes
Calayde Davey, ENVD Ph.D.
Productive landscapes: The Relationship between Urban Agriculture and Property Prices in Minneapolis, MN
Joseph Foster, MRCP
School Consolidation and Community Cohesiveness One Rural Kansas Community: Mount Hope
Taylor Ricketts. MLA
The Impacts of Re-designation: Case Study of Colorado National Park
Alexsis Stensland, MRCP
Healthy Food Environments of Urban and Rural Communities in Riley County: Assessing Food Store Accessibility and Planning Policy
Elizabeth Musoke, ENVD Ph.D.
The impact of land use/land cover change on soil erosion and water quality in the Mara River Basin
Ross DeVault, MLA
Edge Dynamics: Towards a more Active Campus Community Boundary Through Design
Rachel Fox, MLA
A Typology of Temporary Landscapes
Ashley Brewster, MLA
Community Gardens: A Tool for Neighborhood Activism & Social Interaction Comprehensive Approach and Design for Troost Avenue, Kansas City
Elizabeth Haddox, MLA
Playce: An investigation into the relationship between urban plan and place