Graduate Theses and Projects

Tekla's Project  Poster

During the final year a thesis or project will need to be completed. The thesis and the project are subject to GSNB guidelines, as well as Department guidelines.

2015 Candidates


ABELTIN, JACQUELINE

Poster

Community Supported Agriculture: Closing the Hunger Gap in Monmouth County

BURKHALTER, JENNIFER

Poster

Community Based Design with a Particular Focus on the Inclusion of Individuals with Autism

HYDE, JUSTIN

Poster

Green Infrastructure Techniques: Stormwater Management on George Street, New Brunswick

LUGAR, KARA

Poster

The Living Seawall: Balancing engineered solutions with functioning ecological systems at Sandy Hook, Gateway National Recreation Area

MODY, MILONI

Poster

Studies of the development patterns of Liberty State Park, Paulus Hook, and Port Liberté and investigation into their future survivals of the extreme weather events over the time.

PONTIUS-COURTNEY, TEKLA

Poster

Early Representations of the Salton Sink: The Construction of Sea and Desert

TRIPLETT, TYSON

Poster

Best Management Practices for Warm Season Grass Meadows

VARDI TOPAL, HANIFE

Poster

Potential of Community Gardens for Sustainable Urban Development in Izmir, Turkey

YAN, HAN

Poster

Bridging social and land recovery at Liberty State Park - Artistic expression of restoration ecological science

 

2014 Graduates


DE VRIES, ARIANNA

Poster

Suburban Dirt: A Growing Element in New Jersey's Community Garden Trend

KOPIA, KRISTINE

Poster

Urban Restoration

LI, YIQUONG

Poster

Landscape Ecology and Cultural Landscape in Contemporary National Parks Planning and Design: A Circulation System Study of Water Gap National Recreation Areas 

OP'T HOF, ANDREW**

Poster

Technology & Landscape Perception: The Archives of Thomas Edison

ROHDE, ZACHARY**

Poster

An Exploration of Multimedia Rendering as it Relates to Historical and Future Practice in landscape Architecture

SUDBERG, MATTHEW

Poster

A suitablilty assessment for future wetland restoration

ZHOU, MENGNI

Poster

Use open space connecting urban structure and local culture

** scheduled for October 2014

 

2013 Graduates


BYKOWSKI, JAMES J

Poster

Re-imagining Hoboken's Engineered Landscape

CESANEK, ADAM D

Poster

Evaluating Public Amenities of Stormwater Management Demonstration Projects in Philadelphia, PA

CORBO NUCCIO, KIMBERLY A

Poster

Connecting People to Place: Application of Landscape Architecture Principles to transform public waterway access in Brielle, NJ

HANRAHAN, DAVID

Poster

Hybrid Territory: The Shaping of Public Display at Rutgers Gardens

HUANG, WANQING

Poster

Retrofitting the Everyday Landscape of Transportation Centers in NJ

JADHAV, MUKTA M

Poster

Snowscapes Infrastructure

KEMPER, KRISTOPHER A

Poster

Transforming a Former Airfield for Grassland Bird Conservation and Education

MAIETTA, ERIK C

Poster

Exploring the Influence of Climate Change on Native Woody Plants of the Northeast

ORTIZ, DENISSE A

Poster

Latino Urbanism: A Case Study of the Meaning and Use of Streets as Place in the Dominican Community of Washington Heights, NYC

PERRY, KEVIN R

Poster

Walters Hall: A Space for People

STANISLAW, ALISA J

Poster

A Planting Design in Flux: Handling, Soil, Vegetation and Water on Site at Liberty State Park

SUH, BAEWON

Poster

Revitalization of Open Space of Highrise Apartment Complex

TARANTO, JAMES T

Poster

Connecting Rutgers Gardens to Cook Campus

 

2012 Graduate

CHERICHELLO, JOSEPH

Poster

The Ecological Design of a Trail System Through a Brownfield Redevelopment Project at Liberty State Park