Architecture, BCS students create tensile membrane structures

April 17th, 2015 Comments Off on Architecture, BCS students create tensile membrane structures

 
Building construction science and architecture students designed and constructed tensile membrane structures (tailgating tents) as part of Associate Professor John Poros’s combined Structures II studio course.
The students tested their designs in The Junction and invited faculty and others to join them for an informal review.

CSTC well represented at American Planning Association national conference

April 25th, 2013 Comments Off on CSTC well represented at American Planning Association national conference

John Poros presents on rural sustainability at the APA national conference in Chicago.

John Poros recently presented a session on his research on rural sustainability at the American Planning Association’s national conference. The conference was held on April 15th in Chicago, Ill.

Poros is the associate professor in the School of Architecture at Mississippi State and the director of Carl Small Town Center (CSTC), a nonprofit community design and outreach component of the School.

Poros’ session was attended by more than 200 participants and was selected as the Small Town and Rural Planning session for the year.

Leah Kemp also presented at the conference’s poster session.

The poster was titled “Baptist Town Neighborhood Revitalization.” Kemp serves as the assistant director of the CSTC and presented recent work the center has done to help the Greenwood neighborhood.

Mississippi Business Journal features Carl Small Town Center project

September 10th, 2012 Comments Off on Mississippi Business Journal features Carl Small Town Center project

Read the article in the Mississippi Business Journal: Researchers at MSU to examine possible Tanglefoot development.

Also, check out the article on WTVA.

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