Tag Archives: Molly Eagan

Eagen featured in May 2011 Minnesota Monthly

Molly Eagen (Architecture) is featured in the May 2011 edition of Minnesota Monthly. The article “Crude Awakening” by Ellen Burkhardt (pages 52-53) analyzes Eagen’s experience living without oil for 100 days.

Eagen recorded her experience from August to November 2010 in her blog 100 Days Without Oil and has used the research to inform her graduate thesis in sustainable design.

Crude Awakening” by Ellen Burkardt, Minnesota Monthly

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Singh leads research team for Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley school greenhouse

Virajita Singh (Center for Sustainable Building Research), Jess Roberts (BS Architecture, 2004; MArch, 2006), and Molly Eagen (MArch, 2010) are the research team for a proposed Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley school greenhouse. For two years, the school’s students have grown vegetables in the community-school garden for the local senior-citizen meal program. A greenhouse attached to the school would significantly extend the community-school garden growing season. Singh and her team presented their plans for the greenhouse project at a July 19, 2010 meeting of the school board. The Clinton newspaper, the Northern Star, covered the presentation (no link available) in a July 29, 2010 article, “University Staff Present Greenhouse Plans, Options to CGB School Board.”

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