Visiting Professor of Environmental Design
Master of Architecture, North Carolina State University 2017; Bachelor of Architecture, Auburn University 2010; Bachelor of Interior Architecture, Auburn University, 2010
Jennifer has six-years of experience in architecture practice and has worked on international construction projects in rapidly urbanizing and developing economies including: Battambang, Cambodia; Chiang Rai, Thailand; and St. Marc, Haiti. In 2010 she graduated from Auburn University’s School of Architecture and Interior Architecture with Distinction where she won academic awards including the Alpha Rho Chi Award in Leadership & Service. She has experience in design-build and has led a design-build studio in Montana.
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Before teaching at Auburn she attained a Master of Architecture with a concentration in City Design at North Carolina State University. Her recent academic work focused on resolving systemic issues in the built environment to increase community resilience.