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2016 Poster Contest

Each year the UDP Professional’s Council hosts a poster contest for the graduating Master of Urban Planning Students. It’s an opportunity for students to share their thesis topics in poster form with the Professional Council as well as fellow students and faculty.
Judges review the posters and choose the top posters based on a number of different criteria. There is also a People’s Choice Award. All the posters are currently hanging on the boards on the 4th floor of Gould and some of them are posted below the slideshow on this page.

This years Judges’ Choice winners were:

Max Baker , thesis topic : Under the Bridge: Utilizing Covered Urban Spaces for Formal Homeless Encampments in the City of Seattle

Jialing Liu, thesis topic: Redefine Urban Alleywalls: A Case Study of Maynard Alley in the Seattle Chinatown-International District

Ana Seivert, thesis topic: A Site Analysis for Programming Public Art on the UW’s Burke-Gilman Trail

This years People’s Choice winner was:

Donny Donoghue, thesis topic: Mars for People: Urban Design Guidelines for Human Wellbeing in Martian Settlements

 

2016 Thesis Posters

Under the Bridge: Utilizing Covered Spaces for Sanctioned Homeless Encampments in the City of Seattle
Max Baker

Scott Cutler copy Public Risk Interpretation in Community Resilience Planning
Ashley Bennis

Scott Cutler copy From Process to Product: An Analysis of Seattle’s Design Review Program
Scott Cutler

Jailing Liu Redefine Alley Space: Explore Potential of Alleywalls in Maynard Alley
Jailing Liu

Jingchen Liu Promote Neighborhood Character:A case study of Pike/Pine Neighborhood Promote Neighborhood Character:A case study of Pike/Pine Neighborhood
Jingchen Liu

Nico Martinucci : Mulitmodal Transportation in Northeast Seattle Multimodal Transportation in Northeast Seattle
Nico Martinucci

Dillon Roth : A review of the Residential Parking Management Program in Bellevue, Wa A review of the Residential Parking Management Program in Bellevue, Wa   Dillon Roth

Ana Seivert: A Site Analysis for Programming Public Art on the UW's Burke-Gilman Trail A Site Analysis for Programming Public Art on the UW’s Burke-Gilman Trail Ana Seivert