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Soon after Yutaka Sho graduated from Harvard University’s School of Design, she and some colleagues received a travel grant from the Deborah Norden Fund of the Architectural League of New York to do research in Rwanda. They wanted to look into reconstruction processes after the African country’s infamous genocide of ...
The Connective Corridor was featured at Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, held Nov. 20-22 in Philadelphia, as a civic engagement model for sustainable initiatives. Connective Corridor partners were selected to present an education session on the project for other communities from around the globe.
They share a love of horses and horseback riding and a spirit to share that passion with others. The members of the SU English Equestrian Club compete in eight shows a year and also do volunteer work, acquainting young people with horses and assisting on a farm of rescued animals.
A biologist in The College of Arts and Sciences has developed a system of techniques for tracking ships and monitoring underwater noise levels in a protected marine mammal habitat.