Alternative technologies and green innovation in theory and practice

submitted by: kpezzoli

Mentored by Ned Daughtery Bussell leads Jennifer Arizala, Verlin Frazier Jr., and Erin Hicks present their work on "Alternative technologies and green innovation in theory and practice" for the grand challenge "Neighborhood Visioning for Quality of Life" for the USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project 3.1.2. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/

Tribes and new institutional means of participation in regional planning and development

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Mentored by Jane Clough-Riquelme students Cory Keen, Kristy McCarthy and Polonia Majas present their work on "Tribes and new institutional means of participation in regional planning and development" for the grand challenge "Tribal Participation in Regional Planning Processes" for the USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project 8.1.1. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/

Participatory methods and civic engagement in community-based development

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Mentored by Mirle Rabinowitz Bussell students Danielle Goldman, Serena Ip, Adelina Tancioco, Rebecca Reyes and Robert Mowry present their work on "Participatory methods and civic engagement in community-based development" for the grand challenge "Neighborhood Visioning for Quality of Life" for the USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project 2.1.1. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/

River and watershed-based environmental planning

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Mentored by John Robertus students Adam Krohn, Preston Lam, Kevin Lau, and Josh Menvielle present "River and watershed-based environmental planning" for the grand challenge for "Green Infrastructure for Sustainable Development" for their USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project 3.1.1. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/

Valuing bicycling and walking as an alternative means of transportation

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Mentored by Chris Kluth students Cory Anderson, Carol Feucht, Sara Ortiz, and Brady Ruebusch present their work on "Valuing bicycling and walking as an alternative means of transportation" for the grand challenge "Promoting Bicycling and Walking" for the USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project 7.2.1. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/

Transportation technologies, policies and practices

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Mentored by Carolyn Chase students Andrew Chang, Ian Clark, Jason Runyan, and Becky Trayler present their work on "Transportation technologies, policies and practices" for the grand challenge "Planning and Funding Transit Projects" for the USP 187: Senior Sequence Research Project 7.1.1. For more information please see: http://seniorsequence.net/