MIT team finds that the ratio of component atoms is vital to performance.
All awardees are graduate students in DUSP unless otherwise noted. Additional departmental awards will be presented on June 3.
Boston-Area Affordable Housing Development Competition
1st place: Diana Bernal, Glendale, Calif.; Whitney Foutz, Blacksburg, Va.; Leslie Mullins, Cleveland; Ray Hodges, Hancock, Mich.
2nd place: Helen Donaldson, Ellsworth, Maine; Will Carry, New York; Diana Sherman, Austin, Texas
Urban Land Institute Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition finalists
Sarah Roszler, Montreal
Sean Sacks, Boston
American Planning Association (Massachusetts chapter) Student Project Award
James Alexander, Atlanta
Martha Bonilla-Penalosa, Boxborough, Mass.
Ray Hodges, Hancock, Mich.
Meghan Fennelly, Hopkinton, Mass.
Erin Neel, Butler, Penn.
Tracy Sayegh, New York, N.Y.
Mee Heh Risdon (M.C.P. 2003)
Lieza Vincent, Willimantic, Conn.
Institute of Transportation Engineers Coordinating Council Award
Jumana Nabti, Palo Alto, Calif.
Thomas F. Saarinen Outstanding Student Paper Award--from the American Association of Geographers
Lianne Fisman, London, Ontario
World Bank Young Professionals
Yan Zhang, Beijing, China
Uri Raich, Mexico City, Mexico
Carroll Wilson Award
Shahid Nanavati, Oakville, Ontario
Claudia Canepa, Arequipa, Peru
Urban Design Certificates
David Masentan, Anaheim, Calif.
Alexandra Reitman, Montreal
Mark Shorett, Seattle