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Scholars

Created in 2018, the HiBR Scholars Program strives to foster future generations by recognizing each scholar’s accomplishments and potential with an emphasis on connecting scholars to each other, to mentors, and to potential career development resources. The poster sessions provide a forum to further explore the conference topics. Areas of focus include data resources and metrics for how the built environment impacts health; sustainable building design, operation, and technologies to improve health outcomes; and identifying potential research questions that remain unanswered. The goal is to bring forward knowledge of best practices and tangible results in the area of health and sustainable buildings.
  • Nicole Alfonsin

    Intern
    International Well Building Institute
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  • Ashrant Aryal

    PhD Student, Civil & Environmental Engineering
    University of Southern California
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  • Moira Denson

    Assistant Professor, Interior Design
    Marymount University
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  • Ronald Denson, Jr.

    Public Health Analyst
    American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
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  • Amy Kim

    PhD
    Assistant Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering
    University of Washington
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  • Meng Kong

    PhD
    Post Doc, Mechanical Engineering
    Syracuse University
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  • Young Lee

    Ph.D., LEED AP, WELL AP, FITWEL
    Executive Director
    Visiting Research Associate, University College London, London
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  • Casey Lindberg

    PhD
    Post Doc, Architecture
    University of Arizona
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  • Nea Maloo

    Assistant Professor, Architecture
    Howard University
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  • Diana Nicholas

    Assistant Professor, Architecture
    Drexel University
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  • Ulrike Passe

    Associate Professor, Architecture
    Iowa State University
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  • Sarah Skenazy

    Graduate Student, Public Health, City & Regional Planning
    University of California, Berkeley
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