Window art will save the birds at UMD
October 2, 2015
BY AISLING DOHENY
Birds colliding with windows, something UMD’s Office of Sustainability coined as a bird-strike, is a phenomenon occurring on campus. Assistant professor Darren Houser is searching for a solution. Teaming up with the Office of Sustainability and other members of faculty and staff, Houser will dedicate a portion of his spring 2015 course, Sustainability Studio, Theory and Practice, to implementing designs that will stop birds from crashing into windows.