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2015 Environmental Protection Agency Campus RainWorks Challenge

A University of Texas at Arlington student team’s design to reduce stormwater runoff that could result from future campus construction projects won a national Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water award as part of the agency’s 2015 Campus RainWorks Challenge.

First Place in Master Plan Category: “Eco-Flow: A Water-Sensitive Placemaking Response to Climate Change”

Design Team: Baishaki Biswas, Candidate for Masters in Landscape Architecture; Sherry Fabricant, Candidate for Masters in Landscape Architecture; Jacob Schwarz, Candidate for Masters in Landscape Architecture; and Ahoura Zandiatashbar, Ph.D. Student in Urban Planning & Public Policy.

Faculty Advisor: Taner R. Ozdil, Ph.D., ASLA, Associate Professor, Department of Planning & Landscape Architecture 

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2015 Environmental Protection Agency Campus RainWorks Challenge

Honorable Mention in Master Plan Category: “Innovation Park at The University of Texas at Arlington: Research and Innovation in a Changing Climate”

Design Team: Layal Bitar-Ghanem, Candidate for Masters in Landscape Architecture; Kerry Gray-Harrison, Candidate for Masters in Landscape Architecture; Riza Pradhan, Candidate for Masters in Landscape Architecture Somayeh Moazzeni; and Ph.D. Student in Urban Planning and Public Policy.

Faculty Advisor: Taner R. Ozdil, Ph.D., ASLA, Associate Professor, Department of Planning & Landscape Architecture

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