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Awards

EDRA Best Student Poster Award | 2020

Rutali Joshi’s poster titled “Reduce Interruptions and Support Collaboration: Can the Workstation Design Support Physician Handovers in the Emergency Department?” has been awarded first place in the EDRA Best Student Poster category in April 2020. The award recognizes research that advances and disseminates behavior and design research toward improving understanding of the relationships between people and their environments.

ACHA Lifetime Achievement Award | 2019

David Allison, FAIA, FACHA, has received two national honors as a leader in health care design and architecture. The American College of Healthcare Architects has conferred its highest honor upon Allison, the ACHA Lifetime Achievement Award. The award, bestowed by fellow ACHA board members and past presidents, recognizes Allison’s full body of work in the field and his lasting influence on the theory and practice of health care architecture. Allison will be presented the ACHA Lifetime Achievement Award Nov. 3 in New Orleans at a luncheon being held in conjunction with the Healthcare Design19 Conference.

Healthcare Design Magazine | 2018

Dr. Anjali Joseph was the winner of the Healthcare Design Magazine research category for HCD 10, honoring professionals in different categories in the healthcare design field for their accomplishments over the past year.

Journal of Interior Design Excellence in Scholarship Award | 2018

Dr. Anjali Joseph received Journal of Interior Design Excellence in Scholarship Award at the Interior Design Educator's Council for the paper titled, "Developing Evidence-based Tools for Designing and Evaluating Hospital Inpatient Rooms.

Institute for Patient Centered Design's Outstanding Service Award | 2018

Dr. Deborah Wingler was awarded the Institute for Patient Centered Design's Outstanding Service Award for her efforts as a patient and family advocate for healthcare design.

Frankie O. Felder Graduate Student Award of Excellence | 2018

Dr. Deborah Wingler was awarded the Frankie O. Felder Graduate Student Award of Excellence from Clemson University for her doctoral work.

American Academy of Healthcare Interiors Graduate Research Fellowship | 2017-2018
Dr. Deborah Wingler was awarded The American Academy of Healthcare Interiors Graduate Research Fellowship for her doctoral work.
Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium (GRADS) | 2018
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Rutali Joshi

Rutali Joshi won 3rd place in Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium for her work in "Perception versus potential functionality of corridors."This follows her award for 2nd place in the 2017 GRADS poster competition for her work in "Understanding the built environment of shelter homes for survivors of domestic violence."

2017

Healthcare Design Expo + Conference, Orlando, Florida | 2017

Clemson's University's Architecture + Health program received numerous awards and recognition during this year's Healthcare Design Expo + Conference in Orlando, FL. In addition to the awards below, a number of notable professors and students presented their research and findings at this year's conference. Presenters: David Allison, Dr. Anjali Joseph, Byron Edwards, Dr. Dina Battisto, Dr. Susan O'Hara, Dr. Sara Bayramzadeh, Deborah Wingler, Chris Kiss, Will Lewis.

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RIPCHD.OR

Realizing Improved Patient Care Through Human-Centered Design in the Operating Room (RIPCHD.OR) prototype was the solo winner in the conceptual design category for The Healthcare Environment Awards. The project also received Gold Level EBD for the Touchstone Awards, which recognizes the use of an evidence-based design process in the pursuit of increasing value, improving outcomes and engaging stakeholders.
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Deborah Wingler

Deborah Wingler was honored with The Center for Health Designs Research Coalition's New Investigator Award (NIA) which supports highly qualified research initiatives in evidence-based design (EBD). 

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Long-Term Acute Care Hospital

Austin Ferguson, a recent graduate from the Master of Architecture + Health program was The Healthcare Environment Awards winner under the student category for his Long-Term Acute-Care Hospital, which he designed as his comprehensive project.

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AIA-AAH STERIS Student Design Charrette,"Homeless Haven"

Malone Hopkins, Wenz Tuttle, Mariah Gresko, Christin Bauer, from the Master of Architecture + Health program, were selected to participate in the 2017 annual AIA-AAH STERIS Student Design Charrette with David Allison as their project advisor. The 48-hour project, a Behavioral Health Facility and Resource Center titled "Homeless Haven", received the highest praise from the jury of professionals.