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"How does the traffic design of Georgia State's campus compare to the traffic designs of other campuses?" - sources
Partner: Mohammed Ahsan Part I: Scholarly Article: Improving Pedestrian Safety: A University Campus Study. Procedia - Social And Behavioral Sciences, 96(Intelligent and Integrated Sustainable Multimodal Transportation Systems Proceedings (More)
Summary Schindler
Part 1 In Sarah Schindler piece " Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and segregation through physical design of the built environment." she mainly talked about man made built objects which are physical features that are put in placental certa (More)
summary of Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces by: Kathleen G Scholl, Gowri Betrabet Gulwadi
More and more students are going to school. By 2019, enrollments are expected to rise 9% for students under age 25, and rise 23% for students over the age of 25 (Snyder & Dillow, 2011).Today's American campuses are expected to reflect an academic (More)
The design of turner field from the frontal view 10-2-2016.
turner field entrance (taken by me) As I look at the Turner field locate (More)
Visiting my favorite park !! 10-2-2016
Turner field entrance (taken by me) Sitting at my site of the Atlanta Br (More)
The design of the GSU "quad" discourages unity

Pedestrian crossing sign on Courtland Street
The sign is split in two two pieces, a a diamond shape on top of a rectangular piece. Both of the signs are a neon yellow color. Both signs have black borders on the inside that mimic the shape of the respective shape. The larger diamond shaped sign (More)
College Football Hall of Fame: Personal Site Response
As I was walking in the College Football HOF (Hall of Fame) the first thing I noticed was these collections of different football helmets from all sorts of classification such as Divison 1, Divison 2, and Division 3. While I was staring at the helmet (More)
Monkey Astronaut Sticker
[caption id="attachment_303" align="alignright" width="332"] Print found near Student Center East PB:MMolini

The location of the prin (More)
Focused Built Environment Description of "Commons" at Georgia State University defines common as "a tract of land owned or used jointly by the residents of a community, usually a central square or park in a city or town." applying this definition to Georgia State yields the Langdale quad as the obvious commons fo (More)
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