Each spring, a group of environmental design honors students defend their theses to their dedicated thesis committee. Afterward, the Honors Council meets and awards Latin honors at the levels of cum laude, magna cum laude or summa cum laude.
Congratulations to the following students graduating with Latin honors.
Erika Andrade-Torres, summa cum laude
The Racialization of Educational Spaces: Exploring the Design of the University of Colorado Boulder and its Contribution to Racialized Experience
Emily Chinowsky, summa cum laude
Urban Parks as Healers: Designing Parks for High-Impact Chronic Pain
Luke Duarte-Silva Barry, cum laude
Post-Hurricane Urban Form: An analysis on how hurricane resilient architecture has created a disconnect between the residential home and the street
Cobi Granger, summa cum laude
Destressing University Environments: Evaluating Campuses that Encourage Restoration and Recover in Students
Chris Hamilton, summa cum laude
Th Agrarian Myth in Suburbia: Relating Materialized Culture with Actualized Sustainability
Allison Smith, summa cum laude
Grocery Store Display Design Limits In-Store Food Accessibility for Wheelchair Users
Grace Wheeler, magna cum laude
Making Mars Home: Considerations from Earth When Designing Spacefaring Communities