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Andrew Liles (TSA '11) Adjunct Lecturer published in the Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research

December 18, 2012
Andre Liles


Coordinated by Andrew Liles AIA, Tulane School of Architecture second year design studio students documented the effects of the 2011 Atchafalaya Basin floods on the Morgan City. The students conducted interviews and developed essays focused on the businesses most affected by the floods. The material was compiled into a single volume presented to the Morgan City Archives which do not have the labor to gather the information on their own accord; but thrive on the personal stories of their citizens.

This volume has been selected for publication by the Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning & Community-Based Research. Published by Penn State Berks, the journal also selected the "reflection" essay of Aubrey Keady-Molanphy, a current third year student.


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