NPC16 Poster Competition Winners Named

With another great selection of posters on display at NPC16, the voting for best in show was really close.

Manny Patole of New York University pulled in the most votes with the presentation of his project, Transboundary Aquifer Management: The Guarani. There was a three-way tie for second place with topics covering rural broadband access, reuse of an historic school, and the use of Feng Shui theory in planning.

See the full list below, and check out the digital versions of the winning posters.

First Place

Transboundary Aquifer Management: The Guarani

Manny Patole
New York University, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

Second Place

Adaptive Reuse of a Historic Georgia School Campus

Bryan Hardman, Matthew Nahrstedt, and Jenna Wargo
University of Georgia, College of Environment & Design

Fiber-optic Broadband Planning: Rural Reboo

Jeffrey Gepper, Juliana Lucchesi, Dea Qatipi, and Qilu Chen
University of Iowa

Chinese “Feng Shui” Theory in Planning

Shixue (Carol) Hu
Planner, Maricopa County, Arizona

Xueyan (Lucia) Wang
Arizona State University, School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning

Image: Poster display during the conference. Photo by Joe Szurszewski.

April 12, 2016