Yiwei Huang Selected as Faculty Research Fellow of the LAF CSI Program – HLA Happenings

Yiwei Huang Selected as Faculty Research Fellow of the LAF CSI Program

Editor’s Note: The name of one of the student research assistants was incorrect in the previous version of this story. Jackson Kincaid will be one of the student research assistants aiding Yiwei Huang in this project. HLA Happenings regrets this error.

Assistant Professor Yiwei Huang has been selected once again as one of the faculty Research Fellows of the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) Case Study Investigation (CSI) program. The CSI program is a unique research collaboration and training program for faculty, students, and practitioners. LAF funded faculty-student research teams work with designers to document the environmental, social, and economic impacts of exemplary, high-performing landscape projects. This time, Huang will cooperate with Rundell Ernstberger Associates Indianapolis Office, and investigate the landscape performances of Monon Boulevard and Midtown Plaza in Carmel, Indiana. Two Purdue undergraduate students, Lauren Chapman and Jackson Kincaid (LA seniors) will be the student research assistants.

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