Student Success Story
A team of construction management students from the School of the Built Environment was awarded 1st place in the New-B New Building competition at the Spring 2023 National Estimating Competition held in Cincinnati, OH.
The team consisted of talented students led by Lisa Schaller, an Assistant Teaching Professor. The students were also privileged to be mentored by industry partners affiliated with the program.
This award is a significant achievement for both the School and University as the team triumphed over high-tiered universities from different regions nationwide.
Congratulations to the winning team!
Student team members: Lucas Turner, Isaiah LaTurner, Sebastian Bransky, Jason Mefferd, Joseph Gase and Trent Gray
Yazan Sahawneh, a graduate student in the Master of Architecture program in the School of the Built Environment, won a Design Award at the 2023 American Institute of Architects Toledo Chapter (as part of this thesis work) under the mentorship of Yong Huang, Assistant Professor.
This architecture design project is based on the theme of a planetarium. An educational institution reconstructed as a new wave of information and connectivity; connectivity with one's self, society, and the universe. The project proposes a scenario of connectivity and revitalization of urban brown fields to juxtaposed along an iconic historic anchor in the city of Toledo, Ohio.
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Updated: 11/08/2023 06:50PM