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Six students from the School of Interiors receive undergraduate research grants

April 29, 2014   |   School

Six students from the School of Interiors were awarded financial support from the University of Kentucky Office of Undergraduate Research.  Of the $95,400 distributed,  Interiros students $10,500 in support.  
 
The grant recipients are:
  • Katie Abushanab (2nd year), for a community-engagement project in the North Limestone neighborhood (Faculty Advisor: Rebakah Ison Radtke)
  • Katy Albert (3rd year), for a project to expand post-occupancy evaluation efforts across a wide range of building spaces (Faculty Advisor: Lindsey Guinther)
  • Morgan Black (3rd year), for a project to deepen efforts at understanding the health care interior and its impact on patients (Faculty Advisor: Lindsey Guinther)
  • Lucas Brown (2nd year),  for a community-engagement project in the North Limestone neighborhood (Faculty Advisor: Rebakah Ison Radtke)
  • Arden Cooper (2nd year), for a project focused on design thinking in educational environments (Faculty Advisor: Rebekah Ison Radtke)
  • Kristian Roberts (1st year), for a community engagement project at the site of West Sixth Brewery (Faculty Advisor: Rebekah Ison Radtke)