"Environment-Behavior effort for a thousand years in China, a hundred years in Europe, and thirty years in North America has led to conversation and composition but no clear design relevant definitions for "environment" or "behavior". This presentation addresses the question: Can finishing design students from an architecture school influenced by recent "Environment-Behavior" definitions evaluate design and design to met behavioral goals?Fifteen fourth and fifth-year architecture students at Tulane University were given a five-week problem to design a day-care center to bring children and elderly citizens helpfully together through interaction with pets. 35mm color slides of resulting student design solutions will be shown and brief comments made."