Daniel R. Kenney, AICP, AIA, principal, Sasaki Associates, Watertown, MA, heads Sasaki's institutional planning and site design practice group. He has more than 35 years' experience in directing planning and design assignments for institutional, public, and corporate clients. Institutional clients for which he has led planning assignments include the University of San Francisco, the University of Calgary, Singapore University of Technology and Design, National University of Singapore, the University of Glasgow, the University of Minnesota, and the University of Texas at Austin. Trained as an architect and planner, Mr. Kenney's focus is on integrating a client's strategic initiatives and unique culture with creative planning and design solutions. His work has been recognized through public presentations, awards, and publications. He is coauthor of Mission and Place: Strengthening Learning and Community through Campus Design (Praeger, 2004). Mr. Kenney is a contributing author to the Canadian GBC's first book on sustainable campus planning. He is a frequent presenter at regional and national higher education conferences, including SCUP and teaches campus planning at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design Executive Education program. He was recipient of the 2005 Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) Merit Award in Planning for UNT Dallas new campus.