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Robert Shuman

Robert Shuman

Crownsville, MD, US

 

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About 

Employment 

Giant Food Stores, Annapolis, MD, US, Pharmacy Technician

Distributed pharmaceuticals to patients; included counting, bottling, labeling, and packaging
Customer interaction over the phone and in person

Jul 2013 - current
 

TMR Engineering, Arlington, VA, US, Electrical Design Technician

Using AutoCAD and CD's Calculate to Electrical load for each Individual Light Fixture. Input those calculations in the LEED website.

Jul 2012 - Sep 2012
 

CVS Pharmacy, Silver Spring, MD, US, Pharmacy Sales Associate

Distributed pharmaceuticals to patients; included counting, bottling, labeling, and packaging
Customer interaction over the phone and in person

Apr 2012 - Sep 2012
 

New Earth Farm, Virginia Beach, VA, US, Organic Farming Intern

Planting, pruning, watering, and harvesting of Produce for eventual sale. Taking part in minor construction projects. Other duties included Painting, Driving, and Operating Machinery.

Jun 2011 - Sep 2011
 

Virginia Beach Emergency Medical Services, Virginia Beach, VA, US, Lifeguard

Ensured safety of the beach patrons through personal interaction. Making sure they understand the rules and abide by them.

Jun 2010 - Sep 2010
 

Education 

The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, US, BArch, Architecture and Planning

The undergraduate curriculum at CUArch is a pre-professional program that approaches architectural design as a discipline developed and practiced as a mode of critical inquiry – from the scale of the detail to the scale of the city and the region around it. Our fully accredited program enables students to examine architecture and its role in contemporary culture through art, science, and history, while furthering their study through observation, analysis, and synthesis. Utilizing the nation’s capital and other cities around the world as design laboratories, the CUArch undergraduate program provides an enriching educational climate in which students investigate the realms of design, theory, and building in the context of the world in which we live.

Interface between design fundamentals with analysis and synthesis skills
Develop proficiency and dexterity in representing and communicating architectural ideas
Use design methodologies to inform and compel self-critique and exploration
Appreciate design as a humanistic and cultural study
Gain knowledge in the role of materials and the act of craft in the making of architecture
Understand the role of technology in our processes and the creation of place
Collaborate in creative and technical development
Understand how the discipline of architecture can lead to stewarship

Aug 2009 - current
 

Kellam High School, Virginia Beach, VA, US, High School, N/A

Sep 2007 - Jun 2009
 

Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School, Virginia Beach, VA, US, High School, N/A

Sep 2005 - Jun 2007
 

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