Project Title

A Campus Connected: An Analysis of University Outdoor Spaces

Authors' Affiliations

Skylar Wilson, Department of Engineering Technology, College of Business and Technology, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.

Location

Culp Room 210

Start Date

4-6-2022 11:30 AM

End Date

4-6-2022 11:45 AM

Faculty Sponsor’s Department

Engineering, Engineering Technology & Surveying

Name of Project's Faculty Sponsor

Jeremy Ross

Classification of First Author

Undergraduate Student

Competition Type

Non-Competitive

Type

Boland Symposium

Project's Category

Civil Engineering

Abstract or Artist's Statement

The purpose of this research is to analyze the evolution of outdoor renovations on East Tennessee State University’s campus by examining the effects these renovations have had on students and faculty, and then using this data to propose possible successful renovations to the remainder of the University Commons project. To complete this project, data was obtained through East Tennessee State University administrative faculty interviews, surveys of students residing in campus resident halls, and observations. By examining the impact on behavior, designers and developers are then able to successfully determine the factors that aid in positively influencing human behaviors. Design suggestions were then proposed for the future development of Ross Drive, Pride Walk, and the second phase of the University Commons.

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A Campus Connected: An Analysis of University Outdoor Spaces

Culp Room 210

The purpose of this research is to analyze the evolution of outdoor renovations on East Tennessee State University’s campus by examining the effects these renovations have had on students and faculty, and then using this data to propose possible successful renovations to the remainder of the University Commons project. To complete this project, data was obtained through East Tennessee State University administrative faculty interviews, surveys of students residing in campus resident halls, and observations. By examining the impact on behavior, designers and developers are then able to successfully determine the factors that aid in positively influencing human behaviors. Design suggestions were then proposed for the future development of Ross Drive, Pride Walk, and the second phase of the University Commons.