PolyU School of Design study on Uneven Growth in Hong Kong Urbanisms to exhibit at The Museum of Modern Art in New ...
Laurent Gutierrez and Valérie Portefaix, faculty members of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) School of Design (SD)?s Environment and Interior Design discipline, are exhibiting their project ?Hong Kong Is Land? at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)?s Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities. The proposal for this project is to establish an inventory about uneven growth ...
Student enrollment remains an issue for SD 20
The new trustees showed strong participation at the inaugural meeting. From left to right: Teri Ferworn, Terry Hanik, Rosann Brunton.
NASA and USGS Recognize Landsat 8 Satellite Team for Innovations in Earth Observations
Orbital today announced that NASA and the Department of the Interior?s U.S. Geological Survey have honored the team that built the United States? most advanced land surface mapping satellite, Landsat 8.
3 SD Indian communities joining buyback program
Editors Note APNewsNow. With BC-US--Indian Land and AP-US-Indian-Land-Glance. BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) _ Three South Dakota communities are part of an expanded effort to consolidate tribal lands owned by multiple individuals.
Study on Uneven Growth in Hong Kong Urbanisms to exhibit at MoMA
HONG KONG, Nov. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Laurent Gutierrez and Va le rie Portefaix, faculty members of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design (PolyU Design)'s Environment and Interior Design ...
3 Construction Stocks for the 2014 Housing Recovery - Analyst Blog
The new home construction market has recovered at a steady pace in the second half of 2014 after a slump at the beginning of the year.
Sage grouse discussed by Western governors
LAS VEGAS (AP) ? Interior Secretary Sally Jewell says the federal government is trying to find a way to save the sage grouse without having to list the bird as an endangered species.
Watchdog finds abuses in Indian schools contract
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Federal officials appear to have violated ethics rules governing impartiality in awarding a contract to evaluate schools attended by tens of thousands of Native American students, a
Flap over sage grouse spurs Congress to intervene
BILLINGS, Montana (AP) ? Congress is poised to make an end-run around the Endangered Species Act with a legislative rider on a massive spending bill that would delay protections for several struggling
South Dakota Sioux Tribes on a Mission in Washington D.C.
The Lakota People's Law Project will join all nine Sioux Tribal Chairman in Washington D.C. in early December to push for solutions to the ongoing child foster care issues in South Dakota Indian Country. (PRWeb December 01, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12356202.htm