All submitters have the opportunity during the submission process to indicate if they would like the submission to be considered for the Best Paper Award. Those full length papers that are accepted will be judged on the submission's quality of research, quality of writing, and alignment of the project to EDRA's mission.
One winner is selected for the Best Paper Award each year and receives a certificate at the Awards Banquet during the Annual EDRA Conference.
Atmosphere InFormed: Design Awareness of Small-scale Differences of Atmosphere in Architecture and Urban Design
B.D. Wortham-Galvin, Ph.D.
The Racial Production of the Built Environment
Environmental Characteristics that Enable Dying Patients to Exercise Choice and Personal Preference
Mitigating Stress-Inducing Effects of Viewing Urban Hardscapes with Water Sounds
Emily Carlson & Mallika Bose
Wayfinding Design as a Tool for Community Empowerment and Storytelling: a Case Study from Central Appalachia
Landscape Architecture, Pennsylvania State University
Port Matilda, Pennsylvania, USA