The Net Positive Studio has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to benefit the community of Riley County. This project aims to design a quality housing unit that is affordable in the town of Ogden, KS. For the fall of 2020 and spring of 2021 the students will research and develop a design to meet the challenges Ogden and the surrounding area has been facing. The goal overall is to create a house that supports the community allowing the town more opportunities in the future.
Students: Salim Akli, Justin Cresswell, Aimee Farrell, Conrad Hively, Zachary Jensen, Autumn Kayl, Kyler Milligan, Atia Rahman, Harley Schuster, Abigail Steinert, Travis Surmeier, and Alex Weber.