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M.Arch Student Presents Thesis at Coastal Connections Competition

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Master of Architecture student, Kayla Rutherford was one of eleven student’s selected to present at the Louisiana Sea Grant sponsored Coastal Connections competition. Rutherford presented her Master’s thesis “500 Year Chenier, Architecture, Cultural Identity, and Land Change: ‘Identification in a Dynamic Plane’”. Presenters had three minutes, two slides and one message to convey “a compelling oration on their research topic and its significance”.