Tag Archives: graduate student research

The (Un) Named Woman

Statues of Un Named Women

There are 25 statues honoring historical figures in New York City’s Central Park. But not a single one of these statues depicts a woman. Landscape architecture graduate student Sydney Shea is investigating the gender gap found in public sculptures in her ongoing research project The (Un)Named Woman.

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Owning Up: Racism and Housing in Minneapolis

Opening Night of Owning Up

On display at the Hennepin History Museum, and created by two HSPH students, Owning Up: Racism and Housing in Minneapolis explores the history of racial housing discrimination in Minneapolis through the stories of three black families.

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Reimagining Landscapes in the Age of Climate Change

Louisiana Marshland

Our planet’s changing climate will radically transform not only our landscapes but the industries that have developed around them. In her senior capstone, M.L.A student Rachel Valenziano explores how to redevelop areas of the Louisiana coastline that are currently used by the oil and gas industry.

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