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2014 ASRG Recipients

The 2014 Class Gift funded the grants to four juried projects, two graduate and two undergraduate. This grant program serves as a unique opportunity for continuing students funded by graduating students. The goal is to recognize the outstanding efforts of Taubman students and provide financial backing for such projects. We proudly announce the 2014 Architecture Student Research Grant winners:

  • “High-Tech, Low-Tech” Eric Harman, John Larmor, Paul McBride, Luis Orozco, Shan Sutherland. (Graduate Level)
  • “Feral Pastures” Simon Alexander-Adams, Tim Dudas, Noel Hernandez, Andy Lin, Eric Sheffield. (Graduate Level)
  • “Me, Myself, and My Garbage Disposal” Tyler Suomala. (Undergraduate Level)
  • “C'était un rendezvous” Evan Bruetsch, Patricia Hazel, Alyssa Kargi, Caroline Shaper. (Undergraduate Level)


ASRG: Graduate Project 1: "Feral Pastures" from Taubman College on Vimeo.


ASRG: Undergraduate Projects from Taubman College on Vimeo.

Photo Gallery

The presentation and public exhibition of these projects took place on November 19th, 2014.

Recent Architectural discourse has focused on the potential for Architects to engage in collaborative interdisciplinary research. This student research grant program incentivizes interdisciplinary and entrepreneurial spirit within the student body. Two grants, one for a continuing graduate student and another for a continuing undergraduate, will be competitively awarded this Spring, up to $1000 each. 

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