College of Fine and Applied Arts
The College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is dedicated to the advancement, practice and understanding of the arts. The central focus of the College is the synergy between research and the preparation of students for professional careers in the creation and interpretation of the applied arts, visual arts, and the performing arts. Deeply related to that focus is the commitment to elevate and sustain the study of the arts as both a necessary mode of understanding and a vibrant expression of human experience within the local, national, and international communities.
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(2018)This capstone project envisions to evaluate the viability of a dockless bike share program for the cities of Urbana and Champaign. This report begins by reviewing the literature along with a look at the history of bike ...
(2018)The City of Urbana and the City of Champaign partnered with Faith in Place to organize a Rain Barrel & Compost Bin Truckload Sale in 2017. The sale was open to all, and residents of Urbana and Champaign could purchase at ...
Planning for the Advent of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in Champaign-Urbana Using Scenario Planning (2018)This project attempts to create a descriptive Scenario Planning framework for addressing the advent of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) in the Champaign-Urbana region. This project aims to provide narratives of and ...
(2018)The focus of this project is to develop a toolkit addressing the components to implement a TOD program that would respond to and integrate the context of Marymoor Village. The analyses the current planning efforts in form ...
The Troubled Building Initiative (TBI): Recovering Chicago in the Face of Segregation, Population Decline, and the Housing Crisis (2018)This project examines the Troubled Building Initiative in Chicago, a housing recovery program that targets the city's worst buildings in an effort to preserve the affordable housing stock found within the city. Primarily ...