River Stewards Cohort of 2021: Storm Drain Mural Wayfinding Project
Samantha Jean Berkley, Jonathan M. Colwell, Madeline E. Filiatraut, Maleia Mae Hartman, Kayte Lynn Jackson, Victoria Marie Jason, Emily I. Johnson, Gretchen M. Lozowski, Michael Josef Mueller, Melissa M. Padera, Cailyn A. Spedding, Shannon Marie Stanforth, Claire C. Sullivan
The aim of the River Stewards Cohort of 2021 Senior Capstone project is to develop a storm drain mural wayfinding path that will create awareness surrounding the storm drains and their drainage to the river. In addition, the project serves to connect the University of Dayton campus and Dayton community to the Great Miami River. The path begins in the University of Dayton Student Neighborhood, continuing across Main Street on Old River Drive, and concluding at the Great Miami River. The collaborative efforts of the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community, City of Dayton Engineering and Water Department, Dayton community members, and University of Dayton faculty, staff, and students were instrumental in the success of this project.
Leslie W. King, Felicity Paige Nolder
Primary Advisor's Department
Stander Symposium Posters, College of Arts and Sciences
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Clean Water and Sanitation; Sustainable Cities and Communities
"River Stewards Cohort of 2021: Storm Drain Mural Wayfinding Project" (2021). Stander Symposium Projects. 2240.