Timothy G. Cooke receives Marvin E. Goody Award


January 1, 2012

Timothy Cooke

Congratulations to Timothy G. Cooke, Master of Science in Architecture Studies degree candidate, June 2012, for his thesis proposal, “Research in Lightweight Concrete: An Investigation into the Production of Variable Density Materials,” who received The Marvin E. Goody Award ($5,000.00). The Goody Award is given each term to a student in any department at MIT who will be expected to complete his or her SM Thesis or equivalent (i.e., MArch, SMArchS, SMBT, MCP, SM, MEng) at the end of the following term. The aims of the award are to extend the horizons of existing building techniques and use of materials, to encourage links between the academic world and the building industry, and to increase appreciation of the bond between good design and good building.

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