Design

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient Faculty Leena Cho and Matthew Jull (Architecture) The CGII grant will fund a traveling design studio, "ADG / Svalbard Studio", organized by the Arctic Design Gr

ADG/Svalbard Studio is a pilot travelling studio offered by the Arctic Design Group, led by professors Matthew Jull (Architecture) and <

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Chad Miller (Architecture) The flexible city accommodates a choreography of material and people flows, comings and goings, ar

Schaeffer Somers, Lecturer in Architecture and Public Health Sciences, is directing a Faculty-Student Global Research project with 4thyear students,Harsheen Kaur

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Jennifer Hsiaw (Architecture) This project will investigate the impact of high-tech corporate construction on urban and sub

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Meredith Blake (Architecture) Part of acknowledging the new epoch we live in, the Anthropocene, requires we redefine our po

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient Graduate Student Amanda Silvana Coen (Architecture) Disruptive Stimuli is a design research project that proposes an alternative management strategy for invasive

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Sean Tennant(Art) My dissertation focuses on the variation in building materials, construction techniques, and arc

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Tom Bliska (Architecture) This grant funding will allow for critical diagramming and comparative graphic analysis between Tok

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Alicia Caticha (Art and Architectural History) My dissertation takes up the eighteenth-century French sculptor Étienne--Mau

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Seth Salcedo (Architecture) Geography of Exception attempts to provide a foundation with which to understand the complexities

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Tony Tian-Ren Lin (Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture) The Global Thriving Cities Project is an extension of the

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Patricia de Toledo Basile (Architecture) In the wake of mass urbanization and the subsequent urban inequality in the global c

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Spring Braccia-Beck(Architecture) This research addresses the current crisis of rising mental health issues among st

Fall 2014 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Vivian Thomson (Environmental Science) As part of an ongoing teaching and research collaboration on energy and climate issues between

This project, led byEsther Lorenz(Assistant Professor, Architecture), willconduct design research with a strong empirical component by engaging students in a cinematic

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Batul Abbas (Landscape Architecture) This is a research proposal to investigate the beekeeping practices of the Kars region

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Zhe Dong (Architecture) For my project, I will conduct a field survey on the monuments dedicated to Mao Zedong in his birthpl

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Nancy Takahashi (Architecture) Focusing on the complex interwoven forces of sea level rise and rapid urbanization impacting coastal

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Jeana Ripple (Architecture) In the past five years, architecture and building technology industries have experienced a proliferation

Fall 2014 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Matthew Jull and Leena Cho (Architecture) The CGII grant will fund an international design symposium, ARCTIC STATES, at UVA in the spr

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Kelly Ritter (Architecture) I will serve as chair and participant on "Material Matters: (Re)envisioning "China" with the pr

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Jinchao Zhao (Art and Architectural History) By connecting known Chinesest≈´pasdated before the seventh century CE t

Fall 2014 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Andres Clarens (Engineering) Argentina has the second largest shale gas reserve in the world and the environmental costs and benefits

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Shannon Ruhl (Architecture) As precedents to the now abandoned coal camps of Appalachia, massive incorporated municipalities