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Graduate Student Work Utilized in Public Exhibition

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Graduate students in architecture spent all semester generating design options for the I49 Connector project. The students utilized their skills to show first person perspectives of the Facility and the surrounding areas. Under the supervision of Professors Tom Sammons,Kari Smith, and Kiwana McClung the students generated different urban plans the section between Mudd Avenue and Pinkhook Avenue. The students strived to provide compelling areas for the citizens to occupy. The student work is in Abdalla Hall located off of Cajun Dome Boulevard and will go on public display in the coming weeks.

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