Bachelor of Arts, Architecture, Art & Architectural History, Anthropology, Archeology, Fine Arts
1992 – 1996
Washington University is a pioneer in the 4 + 2 Pre-Professional + Professional Architectural degree program. Courses meet the NAAB requirements for a Liberal Arts degree with a concentration in Architecture. Through the Bauhaus method of experience through doing, the studio projects have a focus on Urbanism and the revitalization of St. Louis and its inner suburbs. Traveling exhibits, lecturers and a close ties with the School of Art give students a wide variety of views and skills to explore in their studies.
Software: AutoCAD v12 for windows, Photoshop, Pagemaker, Quark, html.
Projects: stools, signboard, columns, House for an Filmmaker, Police Station, Community Recreation Center, Museum of Industrial Culture, A Home for Folklorist, Washington Avenue Dance Center, Riverlands Interpretive Center, Augusta Public Library.
Activities and Societies: AIAS, Student Government, Campus Y, Alternative Spring Break, NOMAS, Into the Streets, College Work Study, KWUR, Approach, Blueline, Dean Search Committee, Norman Moore Endowed Chair Search
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