Dr. Richard J. Jackson has once again been selected to receive a prestigious award for his contribution to livable and sustainable urban design. His research has focused on how the built environment impacts health and in particular how design can help promote an active lifestyle, improve mental and physical health and can foster a strong sense of community.
The Henry Hope Reed Award is given annually by the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture to "an individual working outside the practice of architecture who has supported the cultivation of the traditional city, its architecture and art."
The Department congratulates Dr. Jackson on this honor!
Read more about Dr. Jackson's award here.
Read the Notre Dame News Release here.