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					                                              Welcome

Welcome to Atlanta and EDRA37!
It is our pleasure to welcome you to The Environmental Design Research Association’s 37th annual
conference. It’s been 20 years since Atlanta last hosted EDRA, and much has changed in that time. The
city has undergone substantial growth and development, providing EDRA with excellent examples
of design done well and not so well. Here in Atlanta, like in other cities, conflicts abound. This
conference examines the many ways collaboration and participation can address conflicts and improve
the built environment for all.

Thanks to everyone who submitted proposals, reviewed papers, organized sessions, and provided ideas,
advice and encouragement. We are glad that you could join us for EDRA37. We hope that your time
in Atlanta inspires you, and that you leave stimulated to make a difference in those conflicts that affect
you, your community and the entire world.

Meldrena Chapin and Andrew Greenberg
EDRA37 Conference Co-Chairs




                                  Theme: Beyond Conflict


John Dewey wrote that “conflict is the gadfly of thought,” and EDRA37 highlights the many ways
conflict stimulates new ways of seeing and creating the built environment. Conflicts emerge in many
ways and take many forms, but they often result in new designs. Atlanta’s own conflicts highlight this
growth. Burned by Sherman in the U.S. Civil War, Atlanta’s rebuilding took a number of different
directions – planned and unplanned. However, gems from its past still remain to remind residents
and visitors alike of the conflicts that shaped the city. Perhaps the most significant conflict since the
Civil War was that over civil rights. Home of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and other movement leaders,
Atlanta still feels the influence of those modern giants, and the structures that shaped the movement
still play a role in the city.

Other conflicts, both historic and on-going, continue to shape Atlanta. Some of these include
broad issues like white flight and its current opposite, the gentrification of in-town neighborhoods;
competing needs of growth and preservation; and attempts to revitalize urban areas. Other conflicts
have been as restricted as disputes over neighborhood aesthetics, appropriate use of specific parks,
and even decisions about naming public facilities. Even in Atlanta, the self-proclaimed “City too busy
to hate,” these conflicts continue. At its worst, conflict destroys those things we treasure. Even then,
however, it creates the stimulus for the creation of new treasures, be they physical or intellectual. At its
best, conflict allows those who once opposed each other to find common ground and move far beyond
where they were when the conflict began.




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                                            General Information

Registration                                                   AIA CEUS
EDRA37 Registration is located in the Ballroom Foyer.          Many of the EDRA37 sessions are available for AIA
Please visit registration to register for the conference and   Continuing Education Credits. Please see the registration
pick up registration packets, including tickets purchased      desk and information tables for a self-report conference
for the awards picnic and Friday afternoon tours. You          attendance sheet to file with the AIA.
may also sign up for the Thursday evening walking tour
at registration. The EDRA37 Registration desk is open for      Student Attendees
business during the following hours:                           EDRA37 is pleased to welcome design / research students
                                                               from all around the world! We invite you to join the
Tuesday                     6:00 pm–8:00 pm                    EDRA Student Network for a symposium on Emerging
Wednesday                   7:30 am –5:00 pm                   Opportunities for Environment & Behavior Expertise
Thursday                    7:30 am–5:00 pm                    Thursday afternoon, and for a short informational
Friday                      8:00 am–1:00 pm                    /discussion meeting on Saturday at noon focused on
Saturday                    8:00 am–noon                       the EDRA Student network and ways in which EDRA
                                                               can support and encourage those students interested
Message Boards and Information Tables                          in environmental design. Please see the EDRA Student
A message board is located in the Ballroom Foyer               Representative, Susan Rowley-Balas, for more information.
at EDRA37 Registration for schedule changes,
announcements, auction information, attendee messages,         EDRA Book Display
and general information. Sign-up sheets for group dinners      Andrews University houses EDRA’s extensive collection of
on Wednesday and Thursday evenings can be found here           volumes related to environmental design and environment-
in addition to menus for specific area restaurants within      behavior research. Each year, Kathy Demsky and her
walking distance of the hotel. Please note that dinner         assistants bring the newest titles, its finest volumes, and
attendees will be responsible for their own meal costs.        many EDRA-authored works from the collection for
Information tables are also available in the Ballroom          display. You are invited to browse these titles and pick up
Foyer. Please feel free to leave program or institutional      order forms, but please leave these texts so that they can be
announcements as well as presentation handouts here for        returned to the library collection at Andrews University.
conference attendees.                                          The book display will be open Thursday–Saturday from
                                                               8:30 am–5:00 pm. Ms. Demsky will be on-site to answer
Posters                                                        any questions you may have about ordering personal
EDRA37 poster sessions will be located in the Grand            copies of these texts from the publishers.
Ballroom North, along with the EDRA Book Display
and Silent Auction. Poster presenters are asked to hang        Silent Book Auction for Student
their posters on the morning of their presentation (either     Scholarships
Thursday or Saturday). Locations where posters are to be       Take a moment to help fund student scholarships for
hung will be marked with a numeric card on each bulletin       EDRA’s conferences by participating in the book auction.
board. Poster presenters should be available to answer         Numerous texts on environmental research design,
questions regarding their presentation from 3:00–4:00 pm       architecture and planning are donated each year to EDRA
on the day scheduled. All posters presented on Thursday        to benefit this worthy cause. This year the silent auction
should be removed by noon on Friday. All posters present-      will take place in the Grand Ballroom North. Stop by and
ed on Saturday should be removed by Sunday at noon.            bid on donated volumes (many autographed by EDRA
                                                               authors). The Silent Auction begins on Wednesday at
                                                               10:00 am and closes Saturday May 6th at 1:00 pm. Silent
                                                               auction items must be paid for and collected prior to the
                                                               end of the conference, Sunday at noon.


2               May 2006
                                                 Special Events

Keynote and Welcome Reception                                 Morning Plenary Sessions
EDRA37 is pleased to welcome civil rights leader and          Beyond Conflict: Redesigning the Urban
former UN Ambassador Andrew Young as our keynote              Environment
speaker on the topic “Beyond Conflict.” As mayor of           Join Charles Brewer, founder of Mindspring and now
Atlanta, Ambassador Young is credited with making             award-winning developer of Green Street Properties;
Atlanta a truly international city. His work for a better     Georgia Tech’s Dr. Ellen Dunham-Jones, board member
world continues today through Goodworks International,        of the Congress for the New Urbanism and noted
which creates designs that foster international growth        researcher and practitioner; Vicki Lundy Wilbon, COO
and long-term economic development in Africa and              of the Integral Group an organization dedicated to urban
the Caribbean. Following Ambassador Young’s keynote           revitalization projects around the United States; as they
speech, join us for an evening of drinks and discussions at   discuss moving beyond conflict through design of the
the opening-night reception. This reception will be held      urban environment.
in the Ballroom Foyer. Free to all conference attendees.      Thursday May 4th, 2006 8:30 am Grand Ballroom South
Ambassador Young speaks Wednesday, May 3 at 5:30 pm in
the Grand Ballroom South.                                     Beyond Conflict: Reconciling Health and the
                                                              Environment
The GA Tech College of Architecture                           From homes and offices that make us sick, to workplaces
Hosts the EDRA Student / Places Awards                        that make us sedentary, to hospitals that don’t make us
Reception                                                     healthy, little impacts our personal health as much as our
The Student / Places Awards Reception hosted by Georgia       environment. Environment and health don’t have to be
Tech’s College of Architecture is scheduled for Friday        at odds, however. Dr. Robert Bullard, director of Clark
evening. Joins us in honoring EDRA’s Student Paper            Atlanta University’s Environmental Justice Resource
Award winners and the EDRA/Places awards winners              Center and author of such books as “Dumping in Dixie:
for their exceptional achievements in environmental           Race, Class and Environmental Quality,” joins Jim Durrett,
design research and practice. The reception, featuring        executive director of the Livable Communities Coalition,
presentations highlighting Georgia Tech and the EDRA          and Dr. Howard Frumkin, director of the CDC’s National
Student and EDRA/Places awards winners, is free for all       Center for Environmental Health/Agency for Toxic
conference attendees.                                         Substances and Disease Registry, for this engaging session.
Friday, May 5, 5:30 pm Grand Ballroom South                   Friday May 5th, 2006 8:30 am Grand Ballroom South

                                                              Concurrent Plenaries
EDRA Awards Picnic at the Zoo                                 The Role of Evidence-Based Design in the 21st Century
You’ve always said EDRA belongs in a zoo, and now we          Hospital – Craig Zimring of the Georgia Institute of Tech-
prove it beyond a doubt! Zoo Atlanta provides the setting     nology College of Architecture hosts a panel focused upon
for our annual awards banquet. Stroll through the park        the growing trends and opportunities in hospital design.
at dusk, visit with the animals and enjoy some amazing        Post-Occupancy Evaluations, Evidence-based Design for the
entertainers before making your way to the Conservation       Aging – Representatives from the AIA’s Design for Aging
Arc for a southern picnic-style banquet, drinks, and the      Research Program discuss the results of a national effort
annual EDRA Awards. The Center for Conservation and           to conduct POE research in environmental gerontology at
Behavior at the Georgia Institute of Technology is proud to   facilities located all over the United States.
host this fabulous and fun-filled event honoring the best     Zoo Design, Redesign, and Reconstruction – Terry Maple
and the brightest EDRA members.                               of the Center for Conservation at Georgia Tech and the
Saturday, 6:30 –10:00 pm (ticket required).                   Atlanta Zoo hosts a session on zoo design, redesign and
Buses depart from the front hotel lobby at 6:00 pm.           reconstruction.
                                                              Saturday May 6th, 8:30–10:00 am


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                                                 Special Events

Walking Tour                                                      Network Meetings
Atlanta is not known for its walkability. However,                Okay, so the real reason you came to EDRA37 wasn’t to see
there are hidden gems within walking distance of the              Atlanta − it was for the networking. Well, you’re not the only
hotel. Join Jean Wolf of GeoStats and other Active                one. Purchase a box lunch in front of the ballrooms and join
Living Network members on an evening stroll through               the members of EDRA’s 18 networks for to catch up on their
Atlanta’s Ansley Park neighborhood. Please sign up at the         work and engage in lively discussion and planning.
registration desk for this tour when you first arrive. This
walking tour is limited to 50 attendees. Tour departs from        Thursday Network Meetings noon–1:00 pm
the hotel main lobby.                                             POE / Programming Network – Kennesaw Room
Thursday May 4th, 7:00 pm.                                        Cities and Globalization Network – Georgia Room
                                                                  Communication Network – Marietta Room
Labyrinth                                                         Cultural Aspects of Design Network – Roswell Room
EDRA37 offers four very full days of programming;                 Professional Practice Network – Peachtree Room
be sure to take a moment to rejuvenate by engaging in             International Housing Network – Ardmore Room
 a walking meditation. The University of Wisconsin                Env. Gerontology Network – Grand Ballroom South
– Stevens Point is pleased to provide EDRA37 attendees            Children, Youth & Env. Network – Brookwood Room
the opportunity to relax and refresh while enjoying a new
interpretation of an ancient creation, the labyrinth.             Friday Network Meetings noon–1:00 pm
We ask that you please remove your shoes and be                   Health Environments Network – Marietta Room
respectful of others during meditations.                          Theory Network – Peachtree Room
All conference, Atlanta Room                                      Nature and Ecology Network – Georgia Room
                                                                  Cyberspace & Digital Env. Network – Brookwood Room
EDRA Members Meeting                                              Participation Network – Roswell Room
Members and non-members alike are welcome to attend               Movement in Designed Environments – Ardmore Room
this meeting highlighting EDRA’s recent achievements,             Workplace Environments Network – Kennesaw Room
progress, and changes. Learn ways to participate in EDRA          Active Living Network – Grand Ballroom South
and get the most out of your membership. Meet the EDRA            Phenomenology Network – Woodstock Room
Board of Directors and get a sneak peek at EDRA38!
Thursday evening at 5:45 pm Grand Ballroom South                  Saturday Network Meetings noon–1:00 pm
                                                                  Network Chairs Meeting – Grand Ballroom South
                                                                  Student Network Meeting – Ardmore Room



                                                 About Atlanta

About Atlanta
As the capitol of the New South, Atlanta is the commercial, industrial and financial giant of the Southeastern United States.
At its center, towering skyscrapers rise along streets with names evocative of the Old South. Atlanta has become one of the
United States’ most culturally diverse cities, with large Hispanic, Asian and African communities making a significant mark
on the city. With daytime temperatures in the 70s, early May makes a perfect time to visit Atlanta. The Sheraton hotel sits in
the center of Atlanta’s prestigious Midtown area, a short walk from the Arts Center, the Olmsted-designed Piedmont Park,
the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, museums, premier restaurants and nightclubs, as well as the city’s subway system.




4               May 2006
                                       Tours Friday May 5, 2006

Georgia Tech’s Aware Home, Imagine Labs, and                   Center. Join Ren Davis, author of “Atlanta Walks: A
Advanced Wood Products Lab                                     Comprehensive Guide to Walking, Running, and Bicycling
Is it possible to create a home environment that provides      around the Area’s Scenic and Historic Locales,” on a
services to its residents and enhances their quality of        walking tour of these two beautiful locations. Handicap
life, helping them to maintain independence as they            accessible. Limited to 50 attendees.
age? The Aware Home Research Initiative (AHRI) is an
interdisciplinary research endeavor at Georgia Tech aimed      Atlanta’s Co-Housing Communities
at addressing the fundamental technical, design, and social    At Lake Claire Land Trust and East Lake Commons
challenges presented by such questions. The Imagine Lab        people live in a caring environment in cooperation with
researches the development and integration of digital          each other and the land. These neighborhoods feature
tools and media, producing numerous architectural              extensive shared-use areas and extensive organic gardens
visualizations that support economic development               right in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Join Architect
efforts. The Advanced Wood Products Laboratory is the          Greg Ramsey and community residents for a tour of these
institute’s cutting-edge facility on wood use, products and    two noted co-housing communities. Handicap accessible.
sustainability. EDRA’s own Jon Sanford leads this tour of      Limited to 25 attendees.
some of Georgia Tech’s most innovative facilities. Limited
handicap accessibility. Limited to 25 attendees.               New Urbanism in Atlanta
                                                               Atlantic Station, Georgia’s largest brownfield development,
A Civil Rights Tour of Atlanta &                               offers a mix of prime retail, office and residential space
Historic Auburn Avenue                                         right in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. Glenwood Park,
Despite harsh discrimination and segregation, a self-          designed by EDRA37 plenary speaker Charles Brewer’s
contained African American community, Auburn Avenue,           Green Street Properties LLC, has won numerous awards
emerged in Atlanta from the end of the Civil War in the        from the Congress for the New Urbanism and others
1860s and served as a center of economic, political, and       for its lively fine-grained mix of houses, townhouse,
cultural activity during the triumph of the Civil Rights       condominiums, apartments, stores, and offices on people-
movement in the 1960s. One of the oldest neighborhoods         friendly streets with attractive parks and public spaces.
in Atlanta, its historic significance is greatly enhanced by   Join tour guides from both developments on this look at
the fact that Dr. King was born, lived and preached here. As   Atlanta’s most innovative new communities. Handicap
time passed Auburn Avenue was overwhelmed by drugs,            accessible. Limited to 50 attendees.
homelessness, and physical and economic deterioration;
now the neighborhood is making a dramatic comeback.            CNN Studio Tour
Join Marie Cowser of the Historic District Development         Experience the world’s leading television news network in
Corporation on a tour of this revitalized community,           the midst of a busy news day. This tour takes you through
including a look at Georgia’s first voluntary brownfield       the state-of-the-art facilities responsible for bringing
reclamation and important civil rights historic landmarks.     the news to more than a billion people a day. Includes
Some walking, handicap accessible. Limited to 50 attendees.    the control room, special effects lab, and more, all fully
                                                               accessible. Limited to 25 attendees.
Piedmont Park &the Atlanta Botanical Gardens
(Walking Tour)                                                 All tours are scheduled for Friday May 5, 2006
In 1909, Atlanta enlisted the Olmsted Brothers, the pre-       1:00–5:00 pm (ticket required)
eminent landscape architects of the time, to transform the     Buses or walking groups depart from the front hotel lobby.
decaying fairgrounds into a park. The Botanical Gardens
features 15 acres of outdoor display gardens, formal
gardens and The Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory
which houses rare and endangered plants from tropical
rainforests and desert regions and the Fuqua Orchid

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           Pre- Conference Intensives Wednesday May 3, 2006

How Designers Use Programming Information                     Almost Home: Explorations of Culture Change in
The intensive session will involve expert presentations       Long Term Care Facilities
from the two sides of the programming-designing (supply-      Join us for an intensive focused on culture change in
demand) continuum. Explore the information needs of           long term care, including an overview of culture change,
architects through (a) identifying the major problems that    processes used to create culture change, and the connection
designers experience with programs developed by other         between placemaking and facility transformation. Also
providers; (b) discussing what information architects need    included a viewing of the PBS documentary “Almost
in the process of their decision-making; and (c) discussing   Home” and discussion with the producers of this fine work
preferred information for different design phases and what    illustrating one facility’s effort towards creating culture
formats are best for presenting design information.           change. Sponsored by the Almost Home Project – this session is
Hosted by the EDRA POE / Programming Network.                 free to the public. 1:00–5:00 pm
8:00 am–5:00 pm
                                                              The Labyrinth as Environmental Space for Healing,
Workplaces for Innovation                                     Resolution and Renewal
Innovation is at the core of an organization’s ability to     Labyrinths are redefining the notion of “finding common
succeed and thrive in today’s business climate. Examine       ground” amidst the turmoil of conflict. Join us for a
how organizations approach innovation, the role and value     simultaneous journey of body, mind and soul facilitated
of space for organizational innovation, the processes and     through labyrinths. Investigate the history of labyrinths,
tools needed for effectively creating the space to enhance    learn about contemporary labyrinths, and experience on a
innovation, and how we can support organizations’ ability     portable labyrinth how this meditative journey provides a
to document and evaluate space as an investment in their      unique spatial experience that can foster peace.
ongoing processes of innovation.                              1:00–5:00 pm
Hosted by the EDRA Workplace Environments Network.
8:00 am–5:00 pm                                               New Ideas on Old Tracks: How the BeltLine is
                                                              Reshaping Atlanta
Strategies for Sustainable Campus Design & Planning           Join the thinkers behind Atlanta’s innovative BeltLine
Join a team of architects and academics from around the       project, a 22-mile transit greenway that reuses existing
country for this half-day intensive providing a forum for     railroads as a wide linear park with streetcars, bicycle and
exchange of information and strategies on promoting sus-      pedestrian paths to connect over 40 diverse neighborhoods.
tainable design and planning at educational institutions.     Take an in-depth look at the project’s challenges and
8:00 am–noon                                                  opportunities and participate in a greenspace design
                                                              charrette for Atlanta.
Advances in Methods for Researching                           1:00 pm–5:00 pm
Children’s Environments
A forum on conducting research in environments for            Technological Innovations: Conflicts in Social &
children, youth, and families focusing on a full range        Built Environments
of methods applicable to a wide variety of scales and         While new technologies are introduced to make people’s
contexts– especially those applying to new technologies       lives easier, they often give rise to many design, social, and
including GIS, GPS, The Observer, accelerometry, etc.         environmental conflicts. Join over a dozen presenters from
Hosted by the EDRA Children’s & Youth Environments            across the country in this intensive aimed at furthering
Network. 8:00 am–noon                                         technological research and design by (1) focusing on various
                                                              emerging devices, (2) helping understand their use by
                                                              different populations, and (3) illustrating conflicts between
                                                              technology and people. Hosted by the EDRA Cyberspace and
                                                              Digital Environments Network
                                                              1:00–5:00 pm

6              May 2006
               Conference Schedule Wednesday May 3, 2006

8:00 am–noon EDRA Board Meeting                                                                 Savannah Room

8:00 am–noon Pre-Conference Intensives

How Designers Use Programming Information Part One                                                Kennesaw Room
   Organizers: Popov, Lubomir (Bowling Green University, OH) and Rosenheck, Thierry (Office of Foreign Buildings
   Operations, US State Department)
   Presenters: Bissell, Janice (Stafford King Wiese Architects, Sacramento, California); Adams, Graham (The Adams
   Group, Charlotte, NC); Lindgren, Jones (Perkins+Will, Atlanta, GA); Swicegood, Stephen (Gensler, Chicago, IL) ;
   Popov, Lubomir (Bowling Green University, OH); and Rosenheck, Thierry (U.S. State Department)
   Sponsor: EDRA POE / Programming Network

From Blank Canvas to Masterpiece: Creating Innovation in the Workplace                            Roswell Room
   Organizers: Gobes-Ryan, Shelia (Jacobs Advance Planning Group) and Augustin, Sally (PlaceCoach, Inc. Los Angeles, CA)
   Presenters:
   •   From Blank Canvas to Masterpiece: Creating Innovation in the Workplace. Hershatter, Andrea and Reiman, Joey
       (Goizueta Business School, Emory University; Brighthouse, Atlanta, GA)
   •   Workplace, Culture, and Innovation. Lawrence, Peter (Corporate Design Foundation, Boston, MA)
   •   Does Same Place Still Matter? The Effectiveness of Dispersed Teams. Ouye, Joe (New Ways of Working Network and
       Workplace Productivity Consortium)
   Sponsor: EDRA Workplace Environments Network

Campus Design Pre-Conference Intensive                                                            Peachtree Room
Strategies for Sustainable Campus Design and Planning
     Organizer: Richard Barnes (Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, VA)
     Presenters: Barnes, Richard (Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, VA), Warren, Karin (Randolph-Macon Woman’s
     College, VA), Bain, Brodie (MITHUN Architects+Designers+Planners, Seattle, WA), Edelstein, Michael (Ramapo
     College, NJ), Janda, Katie (Oberlin College, OH), and Rottle, Nancy (University of Washington)

Advances in Methods for Researching Children’s Environments                                       Brookwood Room
   Organizers: Robin Moore and Sudeshna, Chatterjee (North Carolina State University)
   Presenters:
   •   Place Phenomenology: Using multiple mixed methods to understand environmental child friendliness.
       Chatterjee, Sudeshna (North Carolina State University)
   •   Using GIS-coded Behavior Mapping to Investigate Outdoor Family Spaces. Moore, Robin and Demir, Evrim
   •   Using the Observer to Analyze Individual Behavior. Cosco, Nilda (North Carolina State University)
   •   Using Grounded Theory and the Qualitative Analysis Software AtlasTI to Look at Images Created by Young People in
       Participatory Design/Planning Projects. Dennis, Sam (University of Wisconsin – Madison)
   •   Using Video to Transcend Social Barriers. Pevec, Illène and Margolin, Myra (University of Colorado, Boulder)
   •   Research Techniques Related to Questionnaires and Map Tasks. Thompson, Catharine Ward (Edinburgh College of Art)
   •   Using GIS/GPS Technology and Other Tools Such as Pedometers to Understand Children’s Health Geographies.
       Wridt, Pamela (University of Colorado, Boulder)

1:00–5:00 pm EDRA Book Display Open                                                             Grand Ballroom North



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                Conference Schedule Wednesday May 3, 2006

1:00–5:00 pm Pre-Conference Intensives
How Designers Use Programming Information Part Two                                                Kennesaw Room
   Organizers: Popov, Lubomir (Bowling Green University, OH) and Rosenheck, Thierry (Office of Foreign Buildings
   Operations, US State Department)
   Presenters: Bissell, Janice (Stafford King Wiese Architects, Sacramento, California); Adams, Graham (The Adams
   Group, Charlotte, NC); Lindgren, Jones (Perkins+Will, Atlanta, GA); Swicegood, Stephen (Gensler, Chicago, IL) ;
   Popov, Lubomir (Bowling Green University, OH); and Rosenheck, Thierry (US State Department)
   Sponsor: EDRA POE / Programming Network

From Blank Canvas to Masterpiece: Creating Innovation in the Workplace Part Two                       Roswell Room
   Organizers: Gobes-Ryan, Shelia (Jacobs Advance Planning Group) and Augustin, Sally (PlaceCoach, Inc. Los Angeles, CA)
   Presenters:
   •   Creativity Spaces: The Academic Perspective. McCoy, Janetta (Washington State University)
   •   Designing Spaces for Knowledge Creation. Steier, Frederick (University of South Florida); Bakke, John Willy (Telenor
       Research and Development, Oslo, Norway); and Ostrenko, Wit (Museum of Science and Industry, Tampa, FL)
   •   Linking Marketplace Innovation and Organizational Intent to Workplace Strategy. Barnes, Janice [ Perkins+Will, Chicago]
   Discussant: Augustin, Sally (PlaceCoach, Inc. Los Angeles, CA)
   Sponsor: EDRA Workplace Environments Network

BeltLine Planning Intensive and Afternoon Design Charrette                                        Georgia Room
New Ideas on Old Tracks: A Design Charrette for Reshaping Atlanta along the BeltLine.
   Organizer: Ryan Gravel (The Atlanta BeltLine Project)
   Presenters:
   •    Development of the Atlanta BeltLine. Ryan Gravel (The Atlanta BeltLine Project)
   •    Political Views: Conflicts Surrounding Atlanta’s BeltLine Proposal. Woolard, Cathy
        (Former Atlanta City Council President)
   •    The BeltLine’s Impact on Atlanta’s Health and Global Reach. Ross, Catherine; Hashas, Mine; Leone de Nie, Karen
        (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Almost Home: Exploring Culture Change in Long Term Care Facilities                               Brookwood Room
   Organizer: Chapin, Meldrena (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee)
   •   Environment, Action Research, and Culture Change. Geboy, Lyn (Kahler Slater Architects, Inc. Milwaukee WI)
   • Lessons from Case Studies in Long Term Care Culture Change. Chapin, Meldrena (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee)
   •   The Story of Culture Change at St. John’s: The Making of Almost Home. Burke, Lauren (Outreach
       Coordinator, The Almost Home Project) and Tischer, Nancy (St. John’s on the Lake, Milwaukee WI)




8               May 2006
               Conference Schedule Wednesday May 3, 2006

Cyber-environments and Digital Networks Pre-Conference Intensive
Technological Innovations: Conflicts in Social and Built Environments                             Ardmore Room
   Organizers: Oliver, Carol and Larson, Heather (City University of New York)
   Presenters: Oliver, Carol (City University of New York), Larson, Heather (City University of New York) Lippman, Peter
   (City College – City University of New York), Taylor, Patricia (Independent Scholar, IL), McGrath, Robert (University
   of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL), Donovan, Gregory (City University of New York), Antonitas, Lya Mainé (City
   University of New York), Ouye, Joe (Research for Design and New Ways of Working Network, CA) Case, Duncan
   (University of Nebraska – Lincoln), Pedersen, Kari (University of Nebraska – Lincoln), Toothaker, Chris (University
   of Nebraska – Lincoln), Goldsberry, Matt (University of Nebraska – Lincoln), Boe, Ryan (University of Nebraska
   – Lincoln), Haq, Saif (Texas Tech University), and Pramanik, Adetania (Texas Tech University).
   Sponsor: EDRA Cyberspace and Digital Environments Network

Culture and Environments Network Pre-Conference Intensive:
The Labyrinth as Environmental Space for Healing, Resolution and Renewal                         Atlanta Room
    Organizer / Presenter: Marquart, Katja V. (University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point)

5:00–5:30 pm Break

5:30 pm Welcome                                                                                  Grand Ballroom South

Keynote: Beyond Conflict with Ambassador Andrew Young
Reception to Follow                                                                              Grand Ballroom Foyer



                  Conference Schedule Thursday May 4, 2006


8:00–8:30 am Morning Coffee                                                                      Grand Ballroom Foyer

8:00 am–5:00 pm Labyrinth Open for Meditation                                                    Atlanta Room

8:30 am–5:00 pm EDRA Book Display and Silent Auction                                             Grand Ballroom North

8:30–10:00 am Plenary                                                                            Grand Ballroom South

Beyond Conflict: Redesigning the Urban Environment
    Ellen Dunham-Jones, Director of the Architecture Program, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology;
    Charles M. Brewer, Founder of Mindspring & Chairman of Green Street Properties, Atlanta, GA; and
    Vicki Lundy Wilbon, Chief Operating Officer, The Integral Group, Atlanta, GA

10:00– 10:30 am Break                                                                            Grand Ballroom Foyer

10:00– 10:30 am EDRA Authors Book Signing                                                        Grand Ballroom North



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                  Conference Schedule Thursday May 4, 2006

10:30 am–noon Concurrent Sessions

Environmental Gerontology Symposium on Long Term Care                                              Grand Ballroom South
   •   Examining Life-cycle Costs of Different Bedroom Configurations in Nursing Homes. Calkins, Margaret (I.D.E.A.S.,
       Kirtland, OH)
   •   Improving Wayfinding Information for Nursing Home Residents. Connell, Bettye Rose (Rehab R&D, VA Medical
       Center, Atlanta, GA)
   •   Effect of Nursing Home Environment on Quality of Life. Degenholtz, Howard B (University of Pittsburgh, PA)
   •   Autonomy and Competence-Press: Perspectives of residents in assisted living. De Medeiros, Kate (University of
       Maryland), and Rubinstein, Robert L. (University of Maryland)

Post Occupancy Evaluation Symposium                                                                Kennesaw Room
Bridging the gap between programming and design: Recent experiences teaching health care studios
in architecture schools
    Presenters: Despres, Carole (Universite Laval, Quebec); Anthony, Kathryn (University of Illinois at Urbana-
    Champaign); Verderber, Stephen (Tulane University, LA)

Work Environments Network Symposium #1                                                              Roswell Room
   •   Sedentary and Fleeting Activities and Their Spatial Correlates in Offices. Rashid, Mahbub (University of Kansas),
       Craig, David (DEGW, NY), Zimring, Craig (Georgia Institute of Technology)
   •   The Workplace is a Strategic Tool in Today’s Facilities Manager’s Toolbox. Green, Brian (Herman Miller)
   •   Modular versus Landscaped Office: A comparison of space, behavior and environmental perception. Rashid, Mahbub
       (University of Kansas), Zimring, Craig (Georgia Institute of Technology), Wineman, Jean (University of Michigan)

Sustainable Cities Paper Session                                                                   Georgia Room
    •   Teaching Law Students about Sprawl and the Law. Lewyn, Michael (George Washington University Law School,
        Washington, DC)
    •   A Collaborative Approach to Sustainable Land Use Planning in McHenry County, Illinois. Finn, Donovan (University
        of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
    •   Planning for Rapid Environmental and Developmental Change in a Developing Context: The case of the Osa Region of
        Costa Rica and the Application of Participatory Processes. Vargas-Moreno, Juan Carlos (Harvard University)
    •   Rural Urbanism: A Placemaking Theory at the Developing Urban Edge. Tabb, Phillip (Texas A&M University) and
        Deviren, A. Senem (Eastern Mediterranean University, Turkey)

Environment and Behavior Education Paper Session – Teaching and Studios                            Peachtree Room
   •   Design-Studio Classroom Environments: Design and Satisfaction. Obeidat, Asem (Texas Tech University) and Amor,
       Cherif (Texas Tech University)
   •   Goals in the Design Studio: The Essential Motive to Learn. Powers, Matt (Florida A&M University)
   •   Intuitive and Sensate Designers in a Collaborative Studio. Sherrod, Alice; Wilson, JoAnn; White, John; and Amor,
       Cherif (Texas Tech University)
   •   A Conflict in Meaning. Witt, Tom (Arizona State University)




10             May 2006
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Housing Paper Session: Topics of Consumerism – Growth, Marketability, and Appeal                 Ardmore Room
   •   McMansions and Conflict: The Regulation of Super-Sized Houses. Nasar, Jack L. (The Ohio State University)
   •   The Bathroom As Catalyst and the Story Behind It. Morales, Ernesto (Université de Montréal, Canada)
   •   Re-Thinking Consumerism – Material Possessions and Identity Construction in Residential Environments. Hadjiyanni,
       Tasoulla (University of Minnesota)
   •   Desired and Achieved Privacy in Intergenerational Homes. Gale, Amanda (Eastern Michigan University), and Park,
       Nam-Kyu (Michigan State University)

Perspectives on Urban Conflict, A Paper Session                                                     Marietta Room
    •   Hate: A Time for Growing Concerns. Emerging Issues for Urban Design in Places That People Hate. Winfield, Fernando
        and Cortés, Mara (University of Veracruz, Mexico)
    •   Ruins, Misunderstandings and Rage: Representations of Urban Conflict on Film. Nevárez, Julia (Kean University, NJ)
    •   Discordant Frames: The Cinematic (Re-) Presentation of Urban Conflict. Langhorst, Joern
        (University of Colorado at Denver)
    •   Curriculum of Place: Narrative Inquiry into the Network of Learning in Atlanta’s Washington Park Neighborhood.
        Nettles, Saundra R. Murray (Georgia Southern University)

Participatory Design Symposium                                                                   Ansley Room
Student and Community Objectives in Design Extension Projects: Common Ground or Grounds for Conflict?
     Organizers/Presenters: Butler, Peter; Erickson, Susan; Hohmann, Heidi; Kyber, Ashley; and Rogers, Carl
    (Iowa State University)

Roundtable on Crime and the Built Environment                                                    Woodstock Room
Environmental Criminology Network Inception
    Organizer: Hecht, Peter (Temple University, PA)

Children, Youth & Environments Network Symposium                                                Brookwood Room
Getting to Effective Action and Advocacy for Environments for Children
    Organizer: Chawla, Louise (Kentucky State University)
    Presenters: Robin, Moore and Cosco, Nilda (North Carolina State University); Maxwell. Lorraine (Cornell University,
    NY) and Chawla, Louise (Kentucky State University)

Noon–1:00 pm Network Lunches

    POE / Programming Network                                                                    Kennesaw Room
    Cities and Globalization Network                                                             Georgia Room
    Communication Network                                                                        Marietta Room
    Cultural Aspects of Design Network                                                           Roswell Room
    Professional Practice Network                                                                Peachtree Room
    Environmental Gerontology Network                                                            Grand Ballroom South
    Children, Youth & Environments Network                                                       Brookwood Room
    International Housing Network                                                                Ardmore Room




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1:30– 3:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

Environmental Gerontology Symposium                                                                  Grand Ballroom South
Older People’s Immediate Environments and Their Well-Being
    Organizer: Thompson, Catharine Ward and Sugiyama, Takemi (Edinburgh College of Art/Heriot – Watt University)
    Presenters:
    •    Where People Walk: Environmental Factors Associated with Choice of Walking Paths by Older Adults. Joseph, Anjali
         (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    •    The Theory and Reality of “Ageing in Place” Policies. Sixsmith, Andrew (University of Liverpool, England)
    •    Neighborhood Environments and Older People’s Health and Outdoor Activity. Sugiyama, Takemi (Edinburgh College
         of Art/Heriot – Watt University) and Thompson, Catharine Ward
         (Edinburgh College of Art/Heriot – Watt University)
    •    Exploration of Older People’s Immediate Environments and Their Well-Being. Rodiek, Susan (Texas A&M University)

Post Occupancy Evaluation / Programming Paper Session                                              Kennesaw Room
    •  Functional Programming and Organizational Design. Popov, Lubomir (Bowling Green University, OH)
    •  Stress & Studios: A Post Occupancy Evaluation of Studio Spaces in the College of Environmental Design and Planning.
       Meger, Sophia (Arizona State University) EDRA37 Student Paper Award Winner
    •  Amending Discord to Create Harmonious Design: A Case Study. Zimmerman, Donna
       (University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point)
    •  A Guide for Evaluating Plans for High Rise Buildings. Churchman, Arza and Shinar, Ami (Technion Haifa, Israel)

Work Environments Network Symposium #2                                                            Roswell Room
   •   The Physical Environment of the Workplace as a Stress Buffering Mechanism. Leather, Phil; Zarola, Tony; and Santos,
       Angeli (Institute of Work, Health & Organizations, University of Nottingham, UK)
   •   Windows and Office Worker Satisfaction: Positives and Negatives. Newsham, Guy; Aries, Myriam; Veitch, Jennifer;
       and Charles, Kate (National Research Council, Canada)
   •   The Important Role of Enclosure in the Open versus Closed Office Debate: A Quasi-Experimental Case Study. Brand,
       Jay (Haworth, Holland, MI)
   •   Background Music, Work & Well-Being. Leather, Phil; Santos, Angeli; and Zarola, Tony (Institute of Work, Health &
       Organizations, University of Nottingham, UK)

Landscape Perceptions of the City, A Paper Session                                                 Georgia Room
   •   Public Perception of Productive Land Uses: Franklin County, Ohio. Cartwright, Charles; Cutshaw, Lisa; McMannis,
       Tristan and Amidon, Jane (The Ohio State University)
   •   Personal Conflict to Design Media: Landform as a Metaphor for Experience. Butler, Peter (Iowa State University)
   •   Neighborhood Satisfaction, Physical and Perceived Naturalness and Openness. Hur, Misun and Chun, Bumseok
       (The Ohio State University)
   •   Landscape as Maker of Identity: A Case Study of Le Corbusier’s Capitol Complex in Chandigarh, India. Verma,
       Amitabh (University of Georgia)




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Environment and Behavior Education Paper Session – Environments                                    Peachtree Room
   •   Improving Students’ Attitudes by Altering the (Physical) Classroom. Schatz, Sae and Bowers, Clint
       (University of Central Florida)
   •   Towards a ‘New’ Light: Examining the Role of Lighting Software in Design Education. Sarawgi, Tina
       (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
   •   The Conflicts in the Design of an Agricultural Campus in a Capital City. Özdemir, Aydýn (Ankara University, Turkey)
   •   The Science of Signage – How Empirical Research Can Contribute to User-Centered Design. Büchner, Simon and
       Hölscher, Christoph (University Freiburg, Germany)

Housing Paper Session                                                                          Ardmore Room
   •   Is Co-housing’s Promise of a Sense of Community More Like Social Change? Torres-Antonini, Maruja
       (Iowa State University)
   •   Changing Ideals in Landscapes: Maybe Suburbia Isn’t So Rotten After All. Kirk, Nana
       (University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign)
   •   The Conflicted American Dream: The Costs of Homeownership in a Predatory Market. Dearborn, Lynne
       (University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign)

Conflict Resolution Symposium                                                                      Marietta Room
   •   Dealing with Conflict and a Way to Solve It: The UN Local Urban Observatories in Veracruz, Mexico. Rodríguez,
       Beatriz (Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico)
   •   Designs for Peace: Student Interpretations of Interior Environments that Promote World Peace. Beacham, Cindy
       (West Virginia University, WV)
   •   Beyond Conflict: Landscape Architecture and the Denied Landscape of the Palestinian Nakbah. Egoz, Shelley
       (Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand)

  Participatory Design Paper Session                                                               Ansley Room
    •    Learning from Conflicts and Differences in a Community Service Studio. Liao, Kuei-hsien (Mithun, Seattle, WA)
    •    Community Design – conflicts between the designers’ ideology and community needs. Ochieng, Crispino
         (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya)
    •    Identifying Conflict: Visualizing Change. Torres-MacDonald, MaryAlice and Shacklette, Ben
         (Texas Tech University)

Crime and the Environment Paper Session                                                             Woodstock Room
   •   Conflict between Space and Crime: Exploring the Relationship Between Spatial Configuration and Crime Location.
       Baran, Perver Korca (North Carolina State University), Smith, William R. (North Carolina State University), and
       Toker, Umut (California Polytechnic State University)
   •   Spatial Configuration and Actual Crime Locations in a University Campus Setting. Long, Yixiang and Baran, K. Perver
       (North Carolina State University)
   •   The Role of Space Syntax in Explaining the Geographical Patterns of Crime in Residential Neighborhoods. Nubani,
       Linda (American University in Dubai, UAE) and Wineman, Jean (University of Michigan)
   •   Density, Fear, and Terrorism: How 9/11 Has Affected People’s Desire to Live in an Urban Area in Franklin County, Ohio.
       Mantero, Vicente (The Ohio State University)




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Children, Youth & Environments Workshop                                                        Brookwood Room
Research-Based Design of Family Science Learning Settings in Museums
    Organizer: Moore, Robin (North Carolina State University)
    Presenters: Nilda Cosco and Evrim Demir (North Carolina State University); Borun, Minda, (Franklin Institute Science
    Museum, Philadelphia, PA)

3:00–4:00 pm Break                                                                                  Grand Ballroom Foyer

3:00–4:00 pm edra Authors Book Signing                                                              Grand Ballroom North

3:00–4:00 pm Interactive Poster Sessions                                                            Grand Ballroom North

Children’s and Youth Environments Interactive Poster Sessions
CYE1. Qualitative Improvement of the Child Care Environment Based on Characteristics of the Setting Determined by Care
       Staff. Kenji, Otogao and Tetsuya, Akagi (Kogakuin University, Japan)
CYE2. Adolescents’ Consciousness of Environment for Computer Use.
       Pak, Hee Jin and Yang, Sehwa (University of Ulsan, Korea)
CYE3. A Study on the Needs of Space Design in Day Care Center for Early Intervention: Three Cases of Children Development
       Center in Kaohsiung. Tzeng, Szu Yu (National Yunlin University of Science & Technology, Taiwan)
CYE4. Conflict in Context: Episodes in indoor and outdoor environments of preschools.
       Majumdar Narayan, Debarati (Arizona State University)
CYE5. Young People’s Conflict, Contradiction and Comfort in Public Space: An Action Research Project in New York City.
       Ferguson, Sage (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY)
CYE6. Rethinking Evaluation Tools for Educational Environments.
       Mann, Thorbjoern (Thorbjoern Mann Consulting, Tallahassee, FL)

Cities, Urban Design and Sustainability Interactive Poster Sessions
UP1.     Promoting Undergraduates’ Emerging Ideas of Sustainability through Journals and Design Projects
         Betrabet-Gulwadi, Gowri (University of Northern Iowa)
UP2.     Beyond Conflict: The environmental preservation at Wakanoura, Japan an attempt to revitalize residential areas and a
         sightseeing spot. Hirata, Takayuki; Tomotsune, Honda; Kadonaga, Taku; Nakamura, Masayuki; Niiyama, Nao; and
         Okuno, Masanori (Wakayama University, Japan)
UP3.     Inner Conflicts in Newcomers to New York City: A love-hate Relationship?
         Imamichi, Tomoaki (City University of New York)
UP5.     Recreational Spaces for the Visually Handicapped: Taking Part in a Guided Bus Tour.
         Kametani, Yoshihiro (Kansai University, Japan)
UP6.     Social Equity and Spatial Considerations in a Planned Mixed-Use Urban Redevelopment Community.
         Howard, Sandra L. and Juhasz, Joseph P. (University of Colorado)

Crime and the Built Environment Interactive Poster Session
CRM1. Exploring the Fear or Attractive Features in a Park.
       Saka, Iori and Hanyu, Kazunori (Nihon University, Japan)




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Culture and the Built Environment Interactive Poster Sessions
CLT1. Ladadika: Place Constructing Culture/ Culture Constructing Place.
       Lafazani, Christiana (Virginia Commonwealth University)
CLT2. Recovering Virginia’s African American Landscape.
       Katen, Brian (Virginia Institute of Technology)

Cyberspace and Digital Environments Interactive Poster Sessions
CDE1. Web-Based Surveys as an Effective Tool for Community Participation in Urban Design – A University and Community
       Outreach Project for Redding, CA.
       del Rio, Vicente and Levi, Daniel (California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo)
CDE2. The Use of Virtual Environment as a Tool for Wayfinding Research in Architecture: Comparison of Virtual and Real
       Environments. Pramanik, Adetania and Haq, Saif (Texas Tech University)

Environmental Gerontology Interactive Poster Sessions
EGR1. Creating a Homelike Environment for Group Living among Dementia Individuals Based on Environment-Behavior
       Studies. Masako, Koyama (Kogakuin University, Japan); Tetsuya, Akagi (Kogakuin University, Japan) and Kei,
       Adachi (Wakayama University, Japan)
EGR2. Safer and More Legible Environment for Persons with Dementia Based on Experimental Research of Their Visual
       Search. Akagi, Tetsuya (Kogakuin University, Japan); Kei, Adachi (Wakayama University, Japan) and Kunio,
       Funahashi (Osaka University, Japan)
EGR3. The Effectiveness of Secretory Immunoglobulin A as an Evaluate indicator of Environmental Stress for Elderly with
       Dementia. Kodama, Masahisa (Waseda University, Japan), Sugiyama, Tadasu (Dosisha University, Japan), Kodama,
       Keiko (Japan College of Social Work, Japan)

Housing and Residential Design Interactive Poster Sessions
RES1. Effect of Direct Rays from the Sun through a Window on the Sense of Relaxation.
       Barazawa, Natsuki and Hanyu, Kazunori (Nihon University, Japan)
RES2. Creativity in Addressing Conflicts in Domestic Dwelling.
       Negreiros de Camargo, Erica. (Sao Paulo University, Brazil)
RES3. Space Norms of Korean Households.
       Yang, Sehwa (University of Ulsan, Korea), and Oh, Chanohk (Inje University, Korea)
RES4. Using Q-Sort to Evaluate Environmental Components of Home.
       Webb, Jennifer; Smith, Korydon; and Miller, Nancy (University of Arkansas)
RES5. Design for Public Space Interaction; Mitigating Conflict through Design for Experience and Cultural Ergonomics.
       Brisby, Traci and Coleman, Jennifer (University of Calgary)

Movement in the Designed Environment Interactive Poster Sessions
MOV1. Patterns of Pedestrian Flows and Static Occupancy of the Diag of University of Michigan, City of Ann Arbor, examined
      by Space Syntax Analysis. Chiang, Chien-Chi (University of Michigan)
MOV2. Interior Treatments in Subway Stations of Seoul for Easy Wayfinding.
      Park, Heykyung (Inje University, Korea)
MOV3. Analysis of User’s Visual Perception Regarding on the Unified Plate Size of Sign System in Public Buildings: The case of
      directional signage in a general hospital.
      Paik, Jinkyung and Park, Hyekyung (Inje University, Korea)



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Nature, Ecology and Sustainability Interactive Poster Sessions
NAT1. The Evaluation of Roadside Vegetation: Effects of background and of viewpoint of participants as walkers.
       Saito, Yasutaka and Hanyu, Kazunori (Nihon University, Japan)
NAT2. The Everyday: Conflict and Context in the Built Environment.
       Dunn, Matthew (Louisiana State University)
NAT3. Siting a Costal Trail: A Phenomenological Approach.
       Kocher, Sara (Sara Kocher Consulting, San Louis Obispo, CA)

4:00–5:30 pm Concurrent Session

Environmental Gerontology Symposium on International Approaches                                      Grand Ballroom South
   •   Preference of the Elderly in Architecture Design of Long-term Care Facilities – An Example from Taipei. Wang, Chia-
       Hui (Hwa-Hsia Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan) and Kuo, Nai-Wen (Taipei Medical University, Taiwan)
   •   What Features Make Desirable Common Spaces at Elder Facilities? Kanki, Yumi (Hyogo Assistive Technology
       Research and Design Institute, Japan)
   •   An Experiment on the Environmental Factors of Identification for the Disorientation of Demented Elders in the Special
       Care Unit. Hwang, Yao-Rong (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
   •   Growing Older in Suburbs: Territorial Mobility Strategies across Three Age Groups. Lord, Sebastien
       (Universite Laval, Quebec)

Post Occupancy Evaluation Papers on Universal and Accessible Design                                   Kennesaw Room
    •  Assessing Leased Postal Facilities for Compliance with Federal Accessibility Standards. Christensen, David and Clark,
       Spencer (United States Postal Service, Arlington VA)
    •  Post Occupancy Evaluations of Six Childcare Facilities in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Nubani, Linda; Shaker, Samar;
       Al Jari, Abdelaziz; and Bokhari, Delyar (American University in Dubai, UAE)
    •  The Research Group “A Barrier-Free Life”: Universal Design for the Brazilian Houses. Flemming, Liane; Chimenti,
       Beatriz; and Luz, Lourdes (Universidade Veiga de Almeida, Brazil)
    •  Playing Outside Together – the inclusion of disabled children in play in primary school playgrounds in England.
       Woolley, Helen (University of Sheffield, UK)

Workplace Environments Symposium #3                                                                   Roswell Room
Practice Research Discussion: The GSA Workplace 20/20 Deep Dive Process and Developing Effective Practice Research Approaches
    Organizers/Presenters: Gobes-Ryan, Shelia (Jacobs Advanced Planning); Augustin, Sally (PlaceCoach, Inc. Los Angeles,
    CA); Powell, Kevin (Office of Applied Science, GSA, Washington, DC); Budd, Christopher (Studios Architecture,
    Washington, DC); and Melissa Marsh, (DEGW, Santa Fe. NM)
    Sponsor: EDRA Workplace Environments Network

Designing the City Paper Session                                                                   Georgia Room
    •   Conflict between Growth and Quality of Urban Life: Initial Findings from an Ongoing Study in Metropolitan Istanbul.
        Baran, Perver Korca (North Carolina State University), Turkoglu, Handan D.; Bolen, Fulin; Gulersoy, Nuran Z.
        (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey) and Marans, Robert W. (University of Michigan)
    •   The Idea of ‘City’ – A Working Definition. Matthew Fisher (Iowa State University)
    •   Urban Sprawl and Car Discrimination: Elderly and Teenagers in Exurbia. Despres, Carole (Universite Laval, Quebec),
        Pinson, Daniel (Universite Paul Cézanne, Aix-en-Provence, France), Ramadier, T.
        (Universite Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France)
    •   From Conflict to Concord: Facade Colour and Aesthetics Response. O’Connor, Zena (University of Sydney, Australia)

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4:00–5:30 pm Concurrent Sessions Continued

Education Symposium on Developing Environment-Behavior Curriculum                                 Peachtree Room
   •   A Beginning Curriculum for Environmental Design Students. Klein, Melanie and Lewis, Katrina (Kansas State
       University)
   •   The Place of Environment & Behavior Studies in the Realm of the Architectural Curriculum. Popov, Lubomir (Bowling
       Green University, OH)
   •   Moral Design: Reframing the Argument for Design Research. Nasar, Jack (The Ohio State University)
   •   Shaping Places for People: Conflict and Environmental Quality. Tokman, Leyla [Anadolu University, Turkey)

Housing Network Roundtable                                                                           Ardmore Room
EDRA’s Residential Environments Network – Scope, role, and future.
   Organizer: Hadjiyanni, Tasoulla (University of Minnesota)

Disaster Symposium                                                                                     Marietta Room
    Citizen Participation in the Face of Conflict: Community voices on the rebuilding and planning of neighborhoods in the wake
    of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
    Organizer: Vick, John (Vanderbilt University, TN)
    Presenters: Perkins, Douglas; Christens, Brian; Nelson, Michael; Conway, Patricia; and Speer, Paul (Department of
    Human and Organizational Development, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University, TN)

Participatory Design Symposium                                                                  Ansley Room
Beyond Conflict in Participatory Community Research & Design.
    Organizer: Manzo, Lynne (University of Washington)
    Presenters: Manzo, Lynne (University of Washington); Owens, Patsy Eubanks (University of California – Davis); Rottle,
    Nancy (University of Washington); Rula Awwad – Rafferty (University of Idaho), and Paxson, Lynn (University of Iowa)

EDRA Student Symposium                                                                          Woodstock Room
Emerging Opportunities for Environment & Behavior Expertise – Addressing Student Concerns
   Organizers: Rowley-Balas, Susan (Université de Montréal, Canada)
   Presenters: Barnes, Janice (Perkins+Will); McCoy, Janetta (University of Washington); and Rowley-Balas, Susan
   (Université de Montréal, Canada)

Children, Youth & Environments Workshop                                                             Brookwood Room
    How Can We Make Mid-Town Urban Areas More Supportive of the Needs of Young Children and their Caretakers?
    Organizers / Presenters: Rivlin, Leanne G.; Hart, Roger; Coons, Alena; Douglas, Jason; Fields, Desiree; Housley,
    Elizabeth; Izadpariah Jahromi; Aida, Nallari; Anupama, Skorupka; Agnieszka, Sosnowy; Collette
    (City University of New York Graduate Center)

5:45–6:45 pm EDRA Member’s Meeting                                                          Grand Ballroom South

7:00 pm Walking Tour of Atlanta’s Ansley Park Neighborhood
Sponsored by GeoStats, LP (limited to 50 participants)                                      Departs from hotel lobby

Dinner on your own in Mid-Town Atlanta
(Sign up sheets available in the Grand Ballroom Foyer)

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8:00–8:30 am Morning Coffee                                                                     Grand Ballroom Foyer

8:00 am–5:00 pm Labyrinth Open for Meditation                                                   Atlanta Room

8:30 am–5:00 pm EDRA Book Display and Silent Auction                                            Grand Ballroom North

8:30–10:00 am Plenary                                                                           Grand Ballroom South

Beyond Conflict: Reconciling Health and the Environment
    Howard Frumkin, Director of the National Center for Environmental Health/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease
    Registry, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention;
    Robert D. Bullard, Ware Distinguished Professor of Sociology, Environmental Justice Resource Center, Clark Atlanta
    University; and
    Jim Durrett, Executive Director, The Livable Communities Coalition.

10:00–10:30 am Break                                                                            Grand Ballroom Foyer
Sponsored by Perkins+Will

10:00–10:30 am EDRA Authors Book Signing                                                        Grand Ballroom North

10:30 am–noon Concurrent Sessions

Environmental Gerontology Working Group                                                         Grand Ballroom South
Three Approaches, One Goal: Advancing Therapeutic Garden Design for Those with Dementia.
    Organizers: Diaz Moore, Keith (Washington State University) and Marcus, Clare Cooper
    (University of California, Berkeley)

Video Documentary: The Living Salk Institute                                                    Kennesaw Room
    Organizers / Presenters: Chapin, David and Zeynep, Turan (City University of New York)

Shaping the Environment through Art: Creating Memorials, Public Space and Theater Roswell Room
   •   Terrorizing Commemoration: Design without Guilt at the World Trade Center Memorial. Watkins, Nicholas
       (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
   •   Manifesting Conflict – Memorials, Counter-Memorials and Public Space. Langhorst, Joern
       (University of Colorado at Denver)
   •   Theatre of Embedded Intelligence. Beorkrem, Christopher and Sauda, Eric
       (University of North Carolina – Charlotte)

Planning Working Group                                                                            Georgia Room
Regional versus Local Spatial Planning in SuperRegions: The Challenges and Opportunities.
    Organizers / Presenters: Ross, Catherine L. and Contant, Cheryl (Georgia Institute of Technology); Mumford, Karen
    (Emory University, Atlanta GA); Weyandt, Tom (Atlanta Regional Commission)




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Urban Design Symposium                                                                               Peachtree Room
The History of Freedom Parkway: Transportation planning, traffic engineering, and public involvement perspectives
    Organizer / Moderator: Wolf, Jean (GeoStats, LP, Atlanta, GA)
    Presenters: Meyer, Michael (Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology); Palladi, Joseph (State Transportation
    Planning Administrator, Georgia State Department of Transportation); and Caproni, Albert (Former President of
    CAUTION and the Freedom Park Conservancy, Inc., Atlanta, GA)

Places Awards Revisited                                                                            Ardmore Room
Incremental Urbanism: The Auto and Pedestrian Reconsidered in Greyfield Reclamation – Atlanta, Georgia
     •  Incremental Urbanism: The Auto and Pedestrian Reconsidered in Strip Redevelopments. LeBlanc, Jude and Gamble,
        Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology)
     •  A Case for Synthesis Between Research & Pedagogy LeBlanc, Jude and Gamble, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology)
     •  A Case Study Examining the Applicability of Using Health Impact Assessment to Evaluate the Redevelopment of Buford
        Highway. Rutt, Candance (National Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA)

Zoo Symposium                                                                                    Marietta Room
Advancing Animal Welfare with Creative Zoo Design
    Organizer: Maple, Terry L. (Center for Conservation and Behavior, Georgia Institute of Technology)
    Presenters:
    •   Places of Animal and Human Confinement. Sommer, Robert (University of California, Davis)
    •   Advancing Animal Welfare with Creative Zoo Design Maple, Terry L. (Center for Conservation and Behavior, Georgia
        Institute of Technology)

Health Design Symposium                                                                           Ansley Room
Advances in Acute Healthcare Design Research
    Organizers: Chaudhury, Habib (Simon Frasier University, Vancouver, BC) and Mahmood, Atiya (Oregon State University)
    Presenters:
    •   The Nature and Rate of Change in Hospital Laboratories. Battisto, Dina G. (Clemson University, SC)
    •   Reducing Nursing Errors and Increasing Efficiency through Environmental Design in Acute Care Settings. Chaudhury,
        Habib. (Simon Frasier University, Vancouver, BC) and Mahmood, Atiya, (Oregon State University)
    •   Coalition for Health Environments Research and a Recent Study: The Impact of Single-room Neonatal Intensive Care on
        Users’ Health and Satisfaction. Shepley, Mardelle (Texas A&M University) and Harris, Debra D.
        (University of Florida)
    •   Developing the Evidence Base for Healthcare Design. Zimring, Craig and Joseph, Anjali
        (Georgia Institute of Technology)

EDRA’s Impact: A Working Group                                                              Woodstock Room
   Organizer: Brian Schermer (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee) and the EDRA Board of Directors

Children, Youth & Environments Working Group                                                     Brookwood Room
Teens and Conflict in the Urban Landscape
    Organizer: Owens, Patsy Eubanks (University of California, Davis) and Travlou, Penny
    (Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland)
    Presenters: Owens, Patsy Eubanks (University of California, Davis); Travlou, Penny (Edinburgh College of Art,
    Scotland); Zirnhelt, Amber (University of Edinburgh, Scotland); Chiu, Chi-Hsin (City University of New York); and
    Wooley, Helen (University of Sheffield, England)

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Noon–1:00 pm Network Lunches

     Health Environments Network                                                                Marietta Room
     Theory Network                                                                             Peachtree Room
     Nature and Ecology Network                                                                 Georgia Room
     Cyberspace & Digital Environments Network                                                  Brookwood Room
     Participation Network                                                                      Roswell Room
     Movement in Designed Environments                                                          Ardmore Room
     Workplace Environments Network                                                             Kennesaw Room
     Active Living Network                                                                      Grand Ballroom South
     Phenomenology Network                                                                      Woodstock Room

1:00 pm Tours (ticket required)                                                                 Hotel Lobby

     Georgia Institute of Technology’s AWARE Home and Imagine Lab
     Civil Rights Tour of Atlanta and Historic Auburn Avenue
     New Urbanism in Atlanta: Atlantic Station and Glenwood Park
     Piedmont Park and The Atlanta Botanical Gardens Walking Tour
     CNN Studio Tour: More than Behind the Scenes
     Atlanta’s Co-Housing Communities: East Lake Commons and Lake Claire Land Trust

6:00 pm Georgia Institute of Technology College of Architecture Hosts
the EDRA Student/Places Awards and Reception                          Grand Ballroom South


                  Conference Schedule Saturday May 6, 2006

8:00–8:30 am Morning Coffee                                                                     Grand Ballroom Foyer

8:00 am–5:00 pm Labyrinth Open for Meditation                                                   Atlanta Room

8:30 am–5:00 pm EDRA Book Display and Silent Auction                                            Grand Ballroom North

8:30 am–10:00 am Concurrent Plenaries
Post Occupancy Evaluations – Evidence Based Design for the Aging                                  Grand Ballroom South
    Organizer: Anderzohn, Jeffrey (InVision Architecture)
    Presenters: Anderzohn, Jeffrey (InVision Architecture); Green, Mitch (Hillier Worldwide Architecture, NY); Fraley,
    Ingrid (Design Services, Inc. MD)
    Sponsor: AIA Aging Design Research Program

The Role of Evidence-Based Design in the 21st Century Hospital                                  Roswell Room
    Organizer: Zimring, Craig (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    Presenters: Zimring, Craig (Georgia Institute of Technology); Herbert, Cheryl (Dublin Methodist Hospital,
    OhioHealth, Dublin, OH); and Parker, Derek (Anshen + Allen Architects, San Francisco, CA)
    Sponsors: Center for Health Design and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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Zoo Design, Redesign, and Reconstruction                                                        Marietta Room
   Organizer: Maple, Terry (Center for Conservation and Behavior, Georgia Institute of Technology)
   Presenters: Maple, Terry and Mallavarapu, Suma (Center for Conservation and Behavior, Georgia Institute of
   Technology); Wineman, Jean (University of Michigan); and Stoinski, Tara (Zoo Atlanta)

10:00–10:30am Break                                                                               Grand Ballroom Foyer

10:00–10:30am EDRA Authors Book Signing                                                           Grand Ballroom North

10:30 am–noon Concurrent Sessions

Environmental Gerontology Symposium                                                             Grand Ballroom South
Creating the Learning, Serving and Connecting Community: A Brownfield Study
   Organizer: Tipton, Glenn (CSD Architecture, MD)
   Presenters: Anderzohn, Jeffrey (InVision Architecture); Weisman, Gerald (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee)
   Sponsor: AIA Aging Design Research Program

International Building Performance Evaluation Symposium Part One                                    Kennesaw Room
    Organizers: Mallory-Hill, Shauna (University of Manitoba, Canada) and Vischer, Jacqueline C.
    (University of Montréal, Canada)
    Presenters:
    •   How Building Performance Evaluation Fits into the German Educational Program. Schramm, Ulrich (Fachhochschule
        Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
    •   School for the Future – the Users Perspective. Walden, Rotraut (University of Koblenz, Germany)
    •   Evaluation Models and MAPLE/D: A Meta-Method to Support Architectural Planning and Design of Complex
        Buildings. Schill-Fendl, Monika (Federal Agency of Sera and Vaccines, Paul-Ehrlich-Institute, Germany)

Workplace Environments Symposium #4                                                                 Roswell Room
   •  Accessibility of Support Spaces in Office Buildings. Hashas, Mine; Sanford, Jon; and Bafna, Sonit
      (Georgia Institute of Technology)
   •  Cumulative Risk: A Model of Design and Health Impacts. Bilotta, Elena (University of Rome, Italy)
   •  Container Transformation: A Mobile Work Place. Sattar, Haroon (University of Arkansas)

Conflicts from Demographics and Diversity Paper Session                                           Georgia Room
   •   MARTA: Much Ado Regarding Topographical Arrangements. Konrad, Miriam
       (Sociology Department, Georgia State University)
   •   Planning, Demographic Change, and the Racialization of Place in Costa Mesa, California. Day , Kristen
       (University of California Irvine, CA)
   •   Remaking Minnie Street: The Impacts of Urban Revitalization on Pedestrian and Crime Safety. Powe, Mike and Day,
       Kristen (University of California, Irvine, CA)
   •   Reichstag, Germany & Pershing Point, Atlanta: Cases in Preservation and Cultural Baggage. Tsepas, Sharon
       (Georgia Institute of Technology)




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Participatory Design with the Homeless                                                            Peachtree Room
A New Design for Peachtree-Pine
    Presenters: Dykes, Jules (Development Coordinator, Task Force for the Homeless); Harris, Troy (IT Systems Coordinator
    and Resident, Task Force for the Homeless); McEvoy, Bruce (Perkins+Will, Atlanta, GA); Ball, Jennifer (Central Atlanta
    Progress); Prophitt, David (Community Resident & State Relay for Life Manager, American Cancer Society)

Symposium on Small Towns                                                                                Ardmore Room
  •  Segregation, Memories, and Sense of Place in a Small-town Theatre. Allen, April (University of Georgia)
  •  The Dilemma of Storefront Churches: Balancing Preservation, Economic Revitalization and Equitable Development.
     Kutty, Asha (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee)
  •  Unraveling the apparent conflicts in revitalizing small-scale downtown as the center of retail and community life.
     Wilcox, Mary Kay (Iowa State University)

Disaster Working Group                                                                          Marietta Room
Terrorism, Natural Disasters and Conflicts Over Space: How Can EDRA Attendees Contribute to Understanding These
Contemporary Threats?
    Organizers: Rivlin, Leanne; Chapin, David and Steinmayer, Karen (City University of New York)

Environment and Health Paper Session                                                               Ansley Room
   •   A Decade of Patient and Family Centered Care in ICU Design: A Survey of the Best Practice Examples. Rashid, Mahbub
       (University of Kansas)
   •   Design Research in Practice: Evolution and Findings of an Evidence-Based Design Research Project. Geboy, Lyn; Keller,
       Amy Beth; and Schnuck, Kathy (Kahler Slater Architects, Milwaukee, WI)
   •   Post-Occupancy Evaluation of Negative Pressure Isolation Rooms. Kuo, Nai-Wen (Taipei Medical University, Taipei,
       Taiwan) and Wang, Chia-Hui (Hwa-Hsia Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan)
   •   When the Hospital is Your Community: Envisioning Healing Gardens with the Cultural Paradigm. Lee, Sungkyung
       (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Meet the Editors                                                                               Woodstock Room
Organizer: Bechtel, Bob (University of Arizona)
    Presenters: Bechtel, Bob (Environment and Behavior); Gifford, Robert (Journal of Environmental Psychology); Seidel,
    Andy (Journal of Architecture & Planning Research); TBA

Environmental Psychology Paper Session                                                                Brookwood Room
Rethinking Environmental Psychology from a Pragmatist Perspective
    Organizer: Heft, Harry (Denison University, OH)
    Presenters:
    •    Being There Together: Implications of Pragmatism for Environmental Psychology Research. Saegert, Susan
         (Graduate Center City University of New York)
    •    Making a Place for Ecocentric Values in the Pragmatist Tradition. Chawla, Louise (Kentucky State University)
    •    Transformative Affordances. Glick, Joseph (City University of New York)
    •    Perceiving, Feeling and Acting: Environments Aesthetics from a Pragmatist Perspective. Heft, Harry
         (Denison University, OH)




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Active Living Symposium #1                                                                           Sherwood Room*
Environments that Enable and Encourage Physical Activity: U.S. Walking and European Bicycling Designs
   Organizer: Lusk, Anne (Harvard School of Public Health)
   Presenters:
    •   Measuring Urban Design Qualities Related to Walkability. Ewing, Reid
        (National Center for Smart Growth, University of Maryland)
    •   Pathway Aesthetics: Responding to the Empirical Challenge for Physical Activity Research. Frank, Lawrence
        (University of British Columbia) and Moore, Robin (North Carolina State University)
    •   Standards for Accommodating Bicycles: A European Perspective. Staats, Petra (Rochester, NY)
    •   Picture Preference Survey: Responses to European Cycle Tracks. Lusk, Anne (Harvard School of Public Health)
    *If you require handicapped access to the Sherwood Room, please see a volunteer – our apologies for this inconvenience.


Noon–1:00 pm Lunch

    Network Chairs Meeting                                                                                             Georgia Room
    EDRA Student Network Meeting                                                                                       Ardmore Room

1:30–3:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

Environmental Gerontology Symposium                                                             Grand Ballroom South
American Institute of Architect’s Design for Aging Review: Overviews and Trends
   Organizer: Rhode, Jane (JSR Associates, Ellicott City, MD)
   Presenters: Shoesmith, John; (Mithun, Seattle, WA) Anderzohn, Jeffery; (InVision Architecture) and Green, Mitch
   (Hillier Worldwide Architecture, NY)
    Sponsor: AIA Aging Design Research Program

International Building Performance Evaluation Symposium Part Two                                    Kennesaw Room
    Organizers: Mallory-Hill, Shauna (University of Manitoba, Canada) and Vischer, Jacqueline C.
    (University of Montréal, Canada)
    Presenters:
    •   Universal Design Approach for Planning, Design and Management of Terminal Building of Chubu International
        Airport, Japan. Kato, Akikazu (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan), Tsunekawa, Kazuhiko, and Taniguchi,
        Gen (Nagoya University, Japan)
    •   Revitalization of a Historic Building through Functional Rejuvenation: A Performance Evaluative Study of Workplace
        Environmental Conditions. Le Roux, Pieter C. and Esterhuysen, Wilandi (University of the Free State, South Africa)
    •   Budgeting and Prioritizing R & A Projects. Szigeti, Françoise, and Davis, Gerald
        (International Center for Facilities, Canada)




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Symposium on Environment Behavior Professional Practice & Research Informed Design Roswell Room
Value through Conflict: Bringing Research into Objective Analysis
    Organizer: Keable, Ellen (Jacobs Advance Planning Group, Buffalo, NY)
    Presenters:
    •    Balancing Business Goals with Local Needs in Global Office Space Standards. Keable, Ellen
         (Jacobs Advance Planning Group, Buffalo, NY)
    •    Engaging Multiple Stakeholders with Different goals and Values toward Resolving a Future Transportation Plan.
         Putterman, Joel and Rader, Jeff (Jacobs Advance Planning Group, Atlanta, GA)
    •    Using Geographic Information Systems to for Objective Analysis of IRS Post-of-Duty Locations. Ninassi, Carlo
         (Jacobs Advance Planning Group, Arlington, VA)
    •    Value through Conflict: Bringing Research into Objective Analysis. Scarbrough, Tim
         (Jacobs Advance Planning Group, Atlanta, GA)

Sustainability Paper Session                                                                       Georgia Room
    •   Low-Cost Measures for Environmental Renewal through Direct Technological Transfer. Pollak, Stefan
        (Università degli Studi di Roma, Italy)
    •   Reclamation and the Changing of a Cultural Perspective. Cook, Brian (University of Colorado – Denver)
    •   Changes in the Stewardship Concept: Land Ethics, Strategies, and Outcomes. Chanse, Victoria
        (University of California at Berkeley)
    •   Sustainability in Ancient Chinese: A Living Model of a Time-Space System of Feng-Shui Theory. Tai, An-chi
       (Virginia Technological Institute)

Symposium on Homelessness and the Built Environment                                                   Peachtree Room
An Urban Design Project for the Lafayette Neighborhood, Nashville, TN: Addressing the issues of homelessness.
    Organizer: Gaston, Gary (Nashville Civic Design Center, TN)
    Presenters: Davis, T.K. (Nashville Civic Design Center, TN); Vick, John (Vanderbilt University, TN); Christens, Brian
    (Vanderbilt University, TN); Morgan, Randy (Metropolitan Nashville – Davidson City Planning Department, TN);
    Hayes, Robert (Auburn University, AL)

Paper Session on Neighborhoods                                                                      Ardmore Room
    •   Levels of Response in the Conceptualization of the Environmental Construct Neighborhood. Williams, Cynthia and
        Amedeo, Douglas (University of Nebraska – Lincoln)
    •    Social Capital and Its Impact on Neighborhood Satisfaction and the Desire to Move. Marans, Robert W. and Carter,
        George R. (University of Michigan)
    •   Finding Middle Ground for Design: North Philadelphia from Inside and Out. Harrison, Sally and Milestone, Juris
        (Temple University, PA)

Symposium on Environmental Disasters and the Built Environment                                   Marietta Room
Devastated Landscapes: EDRA Perceptions
    Organizer: Gumpert, Gary (Urban Communication Foundation, NY)
    Presenters: Drucker, Susan, (Hofstra University, NY); Gumpert, Gary, (Urban Communication Foundation, NY);
    Sorensen, Lena (New York University); Sanford, Jon (Atlanta VA Medical Center, GA); Seidel, Andrew (Texas A&M
    University); Mazumdar, Sanjoy (University of California, Irvine)




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Environment and Behavior Methods Working Group                                                   Ansley Room
Data Gathering by Environment-Behavior Professionals: A Working Group to Explore Innovative Techniques and Instruments.
    Organizers: Augustin, Sally (PlaceCoach, Los Angeles, CA) and McCoy, Janetta (Washington State University)

Culture and Environment Symposium                                                                                       Woodstock Room
Conflict and the Shaping of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI).
    Organizer: Lynn Paxson (Iowa State University)
    Discussants: Martinez, Rubén O. (University of Texas)
    Presenters: Paxson, Lynn (Iowa State University), Juhasz, Joseph (University of Colorado)

Children and Youth Environments Workshop                                                           Brookwood Room
    Shared Imaginations: Architecture and Built Environment Education for Young People
    Organizers: Parnell, Rosie (University of Sheffield, UK) and Sanoff, Henry (North Carolina State University)
    Presenters: Rottle, Nancy D. (University of Washington); Mitchell, Mari (Ithaca College, NY) and Striniste, Nancy
    (EarlySpace, Arlington, VA)

Active Living Symposium                                                                                Sherwood Room*
New Audit Tools for Measuring Built Environments for Active Living Research
    Organizers: Day, Kristen (University of California, Irvine)
    Presenters: Day, Kristen (University of California, Irvine); Clifton, Kelly J. (University of Maryland); Hoehner, Christy
    (Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO)
    Sponsored by Active Living Research: A National Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    *If you require handicapped access to the Sherwood Room, please see a volunteer – our apologies for this inconvenience.


3:00–4:00 pm Refreshment Break                                              Grand Ballroom Foyer
Sponsored by Active Living Research: A National Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

3:00–4:00 pm EDRA Authors Book Signing                                                                                  Grand Ballroom North

3:00–4:00 pm Interactive Poster Sessions                                                                                Grand Ballroom North

Children and Youth Environments Interactive Poster Session
CYE7. Cultural Influences on Young Children’s Social and Spatial Negotiation Strategies.
       Majumdar Narayan, Debarati and Patet, Pradnya (Arizona State University)
CYE8. Environmental Behavior Study on ‘Places’ Constructed by School Children nearby Their Routes to / from School: The
       case study of a small, depopulated local town. Hayashida, Daisaku and Adachi, Kei (Wakayama University, Japan)
CYE9. Public School Siting and Design Implication in Fulton County Georgia.
       Tsepas, Joyce (Georgia Institute of Technology)
CYE10. Does a Childhood in Nature Matter? Raleigh, Mary-Jeanne (Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene NH)

Cities, Urban Design and Sustainability Interactive Poster Sessions
UP7.     Conflict and Continuity between the ‘Old’ and ‘New’: Comparison of Spatial Configuration of Two Cities in China.
         Long, Yixiang and Baran, K. Perver. (North Carolina State University)
UP8.     Image and Perception of Mexico City. Ortiz, Eva-Leticia (National University of Mexico)
UP9.     Reinhabiting Frogtown: migration and urban uses and forms. Brand, Julie (University of Minnesota)
UP10. The Architecture of the City of Challenge. Dülgeroglu-Yüksel, Yurdanur (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)

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Cognition, Place Attachment and Spatial Behavior Interactive Poster Sessions
CPS1. Design for Gathering: The Value of Familiar Strangers. Waxman, Lisa (Florida State University)
CPS2. Physical Features of Environments that Provide Bias in Cognitive Maps.
       Matsushima, Natsuki and Hanyu, Kazunori (Nihon University, Japan)

Culture and the Built Environment Interactive Poster Sessions
CLT3. Exploring the Characteristics and the Function of College Students’ “Third Place”.
       Iijima, Shun and Hanyu, Kazunori (Nihon University, Japan)
CLT4. The Public Library Evolves: Resolving Conflict through Design. Wilson, JoAnn (Texas Tech University)
CLT5. Dialogue Through Art: A Forum for Bridging East-West Cultural Divides.
       El Kharbawy, A. Sameh (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
CLT6. The Role of Law in Preserving Visual Privacy in Traditional Islamic Cities and Contemporary North American Cities.
       Islam, Mohammed (North Carolina State University)

Disaster and the Built Environment Interactive Poster Sessions
DIST1. Territory in Temporary Shelters: Media-Documented Space Claiming Following Hurricane Katrina.
        Wallack, Catherine and Webb, Jennifer (University of Arkansas)

Environmental Gerontology Interactive Poster Sessions
EGR4. A Study on the Clarifying Environmental Problems of the Nursing Homes for the Elderly – Using
       Professional Environmental Assessment Protocol Japanese Version. Kodama, Keiko (Japan College of Social Work);
       Kageyama, Yuko (Japan College of Social Work), Aoki, Takao (Japan College of Social Work); Koga,
       Takaaki (Tokyo University, Japan) and Kojima, Takaya (Building Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan)
EGR5. Environmental Assessment of Dementia Care Units for Older Adults: Added benefits of using the Professional
       Environmental Assessment Protocol (PEAP) in addition to the Therapeutic Environmental Screening Survey (TESS-2+).
       Jurczak, Susan (Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, CA); Milke, Doris (The CAPITAL CARE Group, Alberta, CA);
       and Gibson, Maggie (St. Joseph’s Health Care London, Ontario, CA)
EGR6. Does Location of the Day Room Make Difference in Daily Lives of the Adult Care Home Residents?
       Kepez, Orcun (North Carolina State University)
EGR7. Design Directions of Nursing Home for the Dementia from the Staff ’s Point of View.
       Oh, Chanohk (Inje University, Korea), and Pak, Hee Jin (University of Ulsan, Korea)

Health and the Built Environment Interactive Poster Sessions
HLT1. Florida Institute for Public Health: Collaborative Master Plan Development through State and Local Partnership.
       Putterman, Joel (Jacobs Advanced Planning Georgia, Atlanta GA)

Movement in the Designed Environment Interactive Poster Session
MOV4. A Case Study of Coex Mall for Effective Spatial Cognition. Park, Heykyung (Inje University, Korea)
MOV5. The Built Environment – An Energy Perspective. Addison, Veronica (University of South Carolina)
MOV6. Designing Campus Landscapes that Reduce Health Disparities: A Study Comparing Student Bicycling Culture and
      Campus Bike-Ability. Powers, Matt (Florida A&M University)

Nature, Ecology and Sustainability Interactive Poster Sessions
NAT4. Listening – Envisioning – Uniting: Shaping Atlanta’s neighborhood parks through Park Pride’s park visioning
       process. Godbole, Nandita (Park Pride, Atlanta, GA)


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Participatory Design Interactive Poster Sessions
PRT1. Success Stories or Not: Service Learning Best Practices.
        Miller, Nancy G. (University of Arkansas)
PRT2. Factors Determining Behavior Dealing With Conflict of Opinions in Decision Making for a Community Development
        Scheme. Kumazawa, Takayuki (Okayama Prefectural University, Japan)

Post-Occupancy Evaluation and Programming Interactive Poster Sessions
POE1. Environmental Analysis of Pathology Laboratory Patient Service Centers: A Pattern Language Approach.
       Oliver, Joshua (University of Missouri – Columbia)
POE2. A Critical Review of the McNamara Center: A Signature Facility in Conflict with Building Users.
       Corry, Shauna (University of Idaho)
POE3. Project Types and Programming Methods. Popov, Lubomir (Bowling Green University, OH)

4:00–5:30 pm Concurrent Session

Environmental Gerontology Symposium                                                               Grand Ballroom South
International Innovations in Environments for the Aging
     Organizer: Green, Mitch (Hillier Worldwide Architecture, NY)
     Presenters: Tipton, Glen (CSD, People Architecture, MD); Anderzhon, Jeffrey (InVision Architecture)
     Sponsor: AIA Aging Design Research Program

International Building Performance Evaluation Symposium Part Three: A Panel Discussion Kennesaw Room
The Economics of Building Performance Evaluation: BPE Experiences from Around the World
    Moderator: Mallory-Hill, Shauna (University of Manitoba, Canada)
    Panelists: Preiser, Wolfgang (University of Cincinnati), Shramm, Ulrich (Fachhochschule Bielefel, Germany), Kato, Aki
    (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan), La Roux, Pieter (University of the Free State, South Africa)

Work Environments Network Symposium #5                                                               Roswell Room
   •   Difference in Satisfaction with Office Environment among Employees in Different Office-Types. Danielsson, Christina
       (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden)
   •   Environmental Correlates of Physical Activity at the Workplace: Four Case Studies in Atlanta. Tsepas, Sharon (Georgia
       Institute of Technology)
   •   An Office Layout Design Process Model Developed with Georgia Tech Process to Product Modeling. Lee, Jin-kook ;
       Eastman, Charles M.; and Lee, Ghang (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Sustainability Paper Session                                                                       Georgia Room
    •   Environmental Management and Psychology: Promoting synergies through the Sustainable Development in
        Organizations – Applications to Brazil. Campos, Camila Bolzan de (University of Barcelona)
    •   The Analysis of Environmentally Sustainable Interior Design Practice. Kang, Mihyun (Oklahoma State University)
        and Guerin, Denise (University of Minnesota)
    •   Environmental Concern: Assumptions about Other’s People Behaviors and Attitudes. Sevillano, Veronica
        (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)
    •   Hudson River Park Zone 4: A Case Study of Contested Space. Adler, Jennifer (City University of New York)




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Issues Pertaining to Homelessness                                                                  Peachtree Room
    •    Homeless Interactions with the Built Environment: A Spatial Pattern Language of Abandoned Housing. Kaplan, Abram
         (Denison University, OH)
    •    Innovative Shelters. The Mad Housers [Atlanta, GA]

Urban Living Issues – Movement, Boundaries, and Crime                                            Ardmore Room
   •   Streets and Sidewalks: Contested Spaces in a Philippine City. Akers, Mary Anne Alabanza (University of Georgia) and
       Akers, Timothy Alan Akers (Kennesaw State University)
   •   Defining Space with the Invisible: Boundary-Making on Sidewalks. Fernando, Nisha A.
       (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee/ University of Wisconsin Stevens Point)
   •   Spatial Layout and Vulnerability of Burglary and Car Crime: Case studies from UK and Taiwan. Shu, Chih-Feng
       (Tunghai University, Tawain)

Research and Design for Survival: Overcoming Generational Poverty and Natural Disasters                    Marietta Room
    •  A Practical Theory-based Approach to Action Research in Survivor Communities. Thering, Susan
       (University of Wisconsin – Madison)
    •  Reconstruction after the 2004 Tsunami: Ecological and Cultural Considerations from Case Studies. Chang, Hye-jung;
       Hargrove, Ryan; Long, Yi-xiang (North Carolina State University)
    •  To Build or Burn: Conflicts of Development and Wildfire. Brzuszek, Robert; Walker, Jason; and Schauwecker,
       Timothy (Mississippi State)
    •  Ecological Restoration after Wildfire: Healing Community Spirit. Ryan, Robert L. and Hamin, Elisabeth
       (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

Environments for Healthcare Working Group                                                             Ansley Room
Identifying the Environmental Conditions that Support the Sustainable Creation of ‘Generative Space’ in Settings for Health Care
and Healthcare Improvement.
    Organizer / Presenter: Ruga, Wayne (The CARTIAS Project, Deerfield Beach, FL)

Culture and Environment Paper Session                                                               Woodstock Room
   •   Social Change and Residential Environment: Changes of Ondol (Korean Heated Floor) and Domestic Life in Korea
       During the 20th century. Shin, Jung-hye (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee)
   •   Design, Meanings and Symbolism of the American Mosque. Amor, Cherif (Texas Tech University)
   •   Frogtown: the impact of cultural formation on built form. Brand, Julie (University of Minnesota)

Children’s and Youth Environments Paper Session                                                Brookwood Room
    •  The L Shaped Classroom: A New Learning Environment. Sanoff, Henry (North Carolina State University)
    •  Opinions and Strategies for Change in Brazilian Public Schoolyards. Fedrizzi, Beatriz
       (PPGEC – UFRGS University, Brazil)
    •  The Conflicting Role of ‘Place’ in Place-Based Youth Programs. Dennis, Jr., Samuel F.
       (University of Wisconsin – Madison)
    •  Children’s Notions of Environmental Care: The Case of a Low-Income Muslim Neighborhood in India. Chatterjee,
       Sudeshna (North Carolina State University) EDRA37 Student Paper Award Winner




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Active Living Symposium                                                                               Sherwood Room *
Measuring Environmental Perceptions for Active Living Research
    Organizer: Day, Kristen (University of California Irvine)
    Presenters: Nasar, Jack (Ohio State University); Day, Kristen (University of California Irvine); TBA
    Sponsored by Active Living Research: A National Program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
    *If you require handicapped access to the Sherwood Room, please see a volunteer– our apologies for this inconvenience.


6:00 pm Buses Leave for Awards Picnic at Zoo Atlanta                                                                    Hotel Lobby

6:30 pm Awards Picnic at Zoo Atlanta Hosted by the Center for Conservation and Behavior
Georgia Institute of Technology (Ticket Required)


                       Conference Schedule Sunday May 7, 2006


8:00–8:30 am Morning Coffee                                                                                            Grand Ballroom Foyer

8:00 am–noon Labyrinth Open for Meditation                                                                             Atlanta Room

8:30 am–noon EDRA Book Display                                                                                         Grand Ballroom North

8:30–10:00 am Concurrent Sessions

EDRA MOVE Network Symposium                                                                       Grand Ballroom South
Wayfinding and Egress Issues: Conflicts and Concords between Researchers and Designers
Organizers: Saif Haq, (Texas Tech University) and Torgrude, Sue (Boelter Design Group, WI)
Moderator: Weisman, Gerald (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee)
Panelists: Boelter, Stephen (Boelter Design Group, WI); Simon Büchner (University Freiburg, Germany); Barker, Greg (San
Luis Obispo, CA); and Pauls, Jake (Jake Pauls Consulting Services in Building Use and Safety, MD)

International Cities and Design Paper Session                                                     Georgia Room
    •  The Temporal Reconciling of Sub-Cultural Groups in Leisure Environments: The Case of Abdoun Circle in Amman-
       Jordan. Bustami, Leila Hamdi (University of Science and Technology, Jordan)
    •  Between Veils and Revelations: The Interior Life of (Women in) the Modern Middle East. El Kharbawy, A. Sameh
       (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
    •  Beyond Conflict: Contextualizing Saracoglu Housing. Guney, Yasemin Ince (Balikesir University, Turkey)
    •  What are the Boundaries of Architecture? Dülgeroglu-Yüksel, Yurdanur, (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)




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Cross Generational Use of Technology for Learning, Healthy Aging, and Daily Life                   Ardmore Room
   •   Assistive Technology for Seniors: Comparing Online and Classroom Teaching Formats. Calkins, Margaret (I.D.E.A.S.,
       Kirtland, OH)
   •   Envisioning Intelligent Built Environments. Taylor, Patricia (Independent Scholar) and McGrath, Robert (University
       of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
   •   Plugged-In and Tuned-Out: Digital Technology and Public Space. Palmer, Joni (University of Colorado at Boulder)
   •   Attitudes Concerning the Role of Technology for Healthy Aging. Steggell, Carmen D.; Lee, Megan E.; and Yamamoto,
       Toshiko (Oregon State University)

Cognition and Theory: Ways We View Space                                                          Brookwood Room
   •   Fitting the New with the Old: A Prototype Approach to Contextual Fit. Abu-Obeid, Natheer (Jordan University of
       Science and Technology, Jordan)
   •   The Holographic Paradigm: The Stammer and the Interstice in the Abeyance of the Crystalline Image in Godardian Film
       Grammar. Ravin, Guneratne (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee)

10:00–10:30 am Break                                                                              Grand Ballroom Foyer

10:30 am–noon Concurrent Sessions

EDRA MOVE Symposium                                                                             Grand Ballroom South
   Movement through Public Places: Patterns and Conflicting Theories.
   Organizer: Bitgood, Stephen and Dukes, Stephanie (Jacksonville State University, AL), and Benne, Marcie (Oregon
   Museum of Science and Industry)

Healthcare Design Symposium: Insights into the Pebble Projects                                     Georgia Room
The Role of the Physical Environment in the Hospital of the 21st century
    Organizer: Joseph, Anjali (The Center for Health Design, CA)
    Presenters: Joseph, Anjali (The Center for Health Design, CA), Zimring, Craig (Georgia Institute of Technology, GA),
    Mroczek, Jana (City University of New York, NY) Farrow, Robert (HKS Architects, Dallas, TX) and Pati, Debajyoti
    (HKS Architects, Dallas, TX)
    Sponsor: The Center for Health Design

Digital Worlds Symposium                                                                         Ardmore Room
    Creating Digital Worlds: Gaming and Massively Multiplayer Environments and Communities
    Organizer: Greenberg, Andrew (Holistic Design Inc.)
    Presenters: Wilson, Johnny (Manifesto Games); Bogost, Ian (Georgia Institute of Technology; Persuasive Games) and
    Greenberg, Andrew (Holistic Design Inc.)

Environmental Psychology Working Group                                                            Brookwood Room
Conflicts in Environmental Psychology
    Organizer: Imamichi, Tomoaki (City University of New York)
    Presenters: Adler, Jennifer (City University of New York), Imamichi, Tomoaki (City University of New York) and
    Günther, Hartmut (University of Brazil)

noon–1:00 pm EDRA37 Closing Session                                      Grand Ballroom South
              Have a safe trip home – we’ll see you in Sacramento next year!
32             May 2006
                                     Wed May 3rd                         Thurs May 4th                           Fri May 5th                           Sat May 6th             Sun May 7th


8:00–8:30 am                              Coffee                               Coffee                                 Coffee                                 Coffee               Coffee

                                                                                                                                                                                Concurrent
8:30–10:00 am                           Intensives                            Plenary                                Plenary                             Mini-Plenaries
                                                                                                                                                                                 Sessions

                                                                               Break                                  Break                                  Break
10:00–10:30 am                            Break                                                                                                                                   Break
                                                                            Book Signing                           Book Signing                           Book Signing

                                                                             Concurrent                            Concurrent                              Concurrent           Concurrent
 10:30–noon                             Intensives
                                                                              Sessions                              Sessions                                Sessions             Sessions

noon–1:00 pm                              Lunch                           Network Lunches                        Network Lunches                        Network Lunches       Closing Session


 1:00–1:30 pm




                                                     EDRA Book Display
                                                                                             EDRA Book Display
                                                                                                                                   EDRA Book Display




                                                                             Concurrent                                                                    Concurrent
1:30–3:00 pm                            Intensives
                                                                              Sessions                                                                      Sessions
                                                                                                                      Tours
3:00–4:00 pm                              Break                            Poster Sessions                                                              Poster Sessions




                 EDRA Book Display
                                                                             Concurrent                                                                    Concurrent
4:00–5:30 pm                            Intensives
                                                                              Sessions                                                                      Sessions

5:30–6:00 pm
                                                                          EDRA Members
                                                                             Meeting
6:00–6:30 pm
                                                                                                                 EDRA Student /
                                                                                                                 Places Awards
                                                                                                                                                       Awards Picnic at the
7:00–8:00 pm                                                                Walking Tour
                                                                                                                                                              Zoo

8:00–9:00 pm

				
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