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Capstone Presentations 3

Date: Sunday, April 14

Begins: 11:00AM

Ends: 1:00PM

Activity Code: S456

Room: Riverside Center Exhibition Hall

“Disperse where suitable, concentrate where suitable” Understanding Re-development Plans and Policies for Villages in the Linpan Landscape of the Chengdu Plain, Jennifer Tippins; Built for Dementia – Urban Design Analysis for Dementia-ready Communities, Jason Su; Trail Oriented Development in Kansas City, Joshua D. Boehm; Reducing Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Transport in the Lake Tahoe Region, Diana Madson; Housing Needs for a Vibrant Dubuque, Dana Bartolomei; Evaluating the impacts of park and greenway features, cues, and context on individual and community health, Bianca Shulaker; Context-Sensitive Economic Development: Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, Komal Panjwani; Coordinating landscape-based controls: Lessons from multi-party, integrated clean water permits, Eva Birk; Abandoned Spaces to Community Places: How vacant lots can be transformed in to healthy civic spaces, Rafael Egues; Promoting Public Transit Use Through Great Streets, Hang Nguyen; An Integration of Social and Physical Patterns in Streetscape Design: Two Case Studies, Dionne Hines