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Kent State’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative Needs Your Vote to Win $150,000 Grant

Posted Feb. 11, 2013
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A Kent State faculty member and a student work in the
Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative's office space.

Kent State University’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative is a finalist in the Cuyahoga Arts and Culture Creative Culture Grant. The Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative is part of the urban design graduate program and the public service activities of the College of Architecture and Environmental Design. The Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative is a project partner with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Bike Cleveland, and they have the chance to win a $150,000 grant.

In order to win, the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative must be one of two top public vote winners. The Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative and its project partners want to transform Payne Avenue and Lorain Avenue in Cleveland into physically active cultural corridors.

All Cuyahoga County residents over the age of 13 can vote until Feb. 20. To vote for the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative’s project, visit www.Vote4Mobile.com or www.facebook.com/events/427789013967190.

For more information about the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative’s project, visit www.facebook.com/ksuCUDC or watch the project pitch video at http://youtu.be/qfA9USg_ixo