Agriculture in the City?

submitted by: tigeiger

Senior research project on the viability of dedicating publicly-owned urban land to agriculture in the City of San Diego. Presents a modified cost-benefit analysis to determine the true value of gardens as a land use.

The "Bungalow-Effect" on Redevelopment Policy in North Park

submitted by: DirtyDave

North Park's 1907 blueprint sustained itself a full century, even fighting off the Modernist-Era's project-like apartment invasion between the 60s and the 80s. This poster outlines the research discovering how and why this was possible.

UCSD’s Campus Community Environment : A Study on the Price Center Expansion

submitted by: a2aquino

My research project is about the Price Center Expansion at the University of California, San Diego. The main point of this study was to prove if the community environment at UCSD is improving in regards to the recent renovations that were done to Price Center.

The Rise of Non-Governmental Organizations in Affordable Housing: A Case Study of City Heights

submitted by: warren yee

Non-governmental organizations are assuming a diverse set of responsibilities to provide local communities the additional support for affordable housing development. This project focuses upon the networking abilities and capital raising strategies of NGOs, and how their initiatives impact the community of City Heights (San Diego).

A Model of Genetic Variation in Human Social Network

submitted by: dougramsey
Social networks influence the evolution of cooperation and they exhibit strikingly systematic patterns across a wide range of human contexts. Both of these facts suggest that variation in the topological attributes of human social networks might have a genetic basis. While genetic variation accounts for a significant portion of the variation in many complex social behaviors, the heritability of egocentric social network attributes is unknown. Here we show that three of these attributes...