Congratulations to FAFS’ student Ranim Koleilat, Ecosystem Management, Landscape and Architecture Department, on her selection by Dean Mohtar as the first recipient of the new Student travel grant the “Rasha and Nouhad Daouk Student Development Award. The grant will allow Koleilat to attend the 2019 ‘Children and Nature Network’ international conference in Oakland, California (May 2019), where she will present her thesis research The Learning Landscape of Biophilia: Design guidelines for kindergarten Schools with Marginal Space and Resources.
The Rasha and Nouhad Daouk Student Development Award supports FAFS students, enabling their participation in academic and professional conferences and workshops. The travel grant covers registration, travel, and accommodation for participation in cutting-edge research development around the globe. The competitive award is based on the criteria of originality and quality of academic performance, research abstract, poster, oral presentation, paper, or design project. The grant is open to all undergraduate and graduate FAFS disciplines.