I was one of 50 students granted a Chappell Lougee Scholarship, Stanford’s prestigious award for exceptional sophomores. I chose to study user perceptions of architectural design on patient care in global healthcare settings. I interviewed patients and staff at medical sites in the Bay Area and India. Based on surveys and interviews, I conducted qualitative and quantitative analysis to identify significant trends in user perceptions. View the article published in Intersect: The Stanford Journal of Science, Technology and Society.
Advisor: John Barton