MSU interdisciplinary student team wins 3rd place (Honorable Mention) in the Master Plan Category of the 2019 EPA Campus RainWorks Challenge Student Design Competition

An MSU Interdisciplinary student team led by Amanda Wakefield, BLA class 2019 and current MED student, won 3rd place (Honorable Mention) in the Master Plan Category of the 2019 EPA Campus RainWorks Challenge student design competition. This is a great honor from EPA with more 50 students teams from across 20 states participating. According to EPA, “The Campus RainWorks Challenge is a green infrastructure design competition for American colleges and universities that seeks to engage with the next generation of environmental professionals, foster a dialogue about the need for innovative stormwater management techniques, and showcase the environmental, economic, and social benefits of green infrastructure practices.”

The interdisciplinary student teams are:
Amanda Wakefield, Landscape Architecture
Mitchell Kreiner, Landscape Architecture
Angela Yuan, Environmental Studies and Sustainability & Environmental Economics
Sam Linebaugh, Construction Management

Faculty advisors are:
Dr. Jun-Hyun Kim, Associate Professor and Program Director of the Landscape Architecture Program
Prof. Ruth Kline-Robach, Academic Specialist in the Institute of Water Research & Dept. of Community Sustainability
Dr. Wonmin Sohn, Assistant Professor in the Landscape Architecture Program
Dr. Ming-Han Li, Professor and Director of the School of Planning, Design, and Construction

You can find the official announcement in the link below:
View Announcement Here

Institute of Water Research
Department of Community Sustainability
Michigan State University

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