Posted on December 14, 2021 by Rory Dew

DECEMBER 14, 2021 — A select group of UTSA architecture graduate students is poised to make a societal impact designing better living spaces for people with disabilities. The students are part of the Universal Design class taught by Neda Norouzi , assistant professor for the School of Architecture and Planning in the UTSA Margie and Bill Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design.

Norouzi believes that architecture should benefit everyone and that human-centered design is a way to encourage input from people in society who may otherwise be unheard.

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— Rory Dew