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Congratulations Local Winners!

Congratulations to the 2014 ULI Hines Student Urban Design Competition Local Case Study Winners!

The Loop – Graduate Team Winners

Bradley Hosfeld, Knowlton School of Architecture
Dave Huestis, Fisher College of Business
Meghan Kaple, Knowlton School of Architecture
Kevin Schildwaster, Knowlton School of Architecture
Donald Wiggins, Jr., John Glenn School of Public Affairs

Sulpher Dell Market District – Undergraduate Team Winners

Alyssa Garcia, Knowlton School of Architecture
Ryan Laber, Knowlton School of Architecture
Pearl-Jean Mabe, Knowlton School of Architecture
Collin Stewart, Fisher College of Business
Junteng Wang, Knowlton School of Architecture
Chris Watkins, Knowlton School of Architecture
Tian Wu, Knowlton School of Architecture

Each year ULI Columbus partners with the Fisher College of Business and Knowlton School of Architecture to help form multidisciplinary teams to compete in the national ULI Hines Student Urban Design Competition and a local case study. Teams are paired with local land use planning and real estate finance mentors. These mentors spend countless hours working with the student teams over a two-week period.

The Local Case Study project submission requirements follow the national project site and guidelines. However, students are required to give an in-depth presentation to a local jury. Design, financials, and live presentation are the three elements taken into consideration during the final selection.

The winning teams earned a cash scholarship prize, $2,500 graduate team prize and $1,500 undergraduate team prize.

A special congratulations to Team Agora who received an honorable mention in the national ULI Hines Student Urban Design Competition: 

Devin Carothers, Knowlton School of Architecture
Staci Carrier, Knowlton School of Architecture
Matt Johnson, Knowlton School of Architecture
Stephanie Sang Delgado, Knowlton School of Architecture
Ryan Skubic, Fisher College of Business

“We are thrilled to report that for the first time in OSU history one of our teams placed into the top 10, receiving an honorable mention out of the 72 universities, 163 teams and more than 800 graduate students.” –John Rensink, Fisher College of Business

 

Congratulations to the ULI Membership Lottery Winners:

Chris Carbone, Knowlton School of Architecture
Nate Carvin, Knowlton School of Architecture
Rebecca Caprini, Fisher College of Business
Alex Pisha, Knowlton School of Architecture
Donald Wiggins Jr., John Glenn School of Public Affairs

For more information on the ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition, visit: http://udcompetition.org

 

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