The University of Kansas School of Architecture has been selected as one of four architecture programs to participate in the AIA Academy of Architecture STERIS Design Charrette. Four students from the health and welfare program will participate in the two-day STERIS charrette at the November Health Care Design Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The four students are Jaxon Freeman, Jason Loraine, Claire Namovich, and Keara Greunke
This is the thirtieth year of the charrette in which student work with faculty and practicing architects on a local community healthcare design problem. Joining Kansas in the charrette will be three other teams from Clemson, Cornell, and Temple University. All expenses, and admission to the Healthcare Design Conference will be covered by the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health.
Associate Professor Hui Cai has volunteered to be the faculty advisor for the KU team.