My name is Neil Remi Werbelow. I was born and raised in Socorro, New Mexico. I recently graduated from the University of New Mexico with my masters in architecture. Throughout my education I've gained a comprehensive knowledge in most aspects of architecture, including many software programs, however my main interest in architecture is in sustainability and emerging technology. While attending the University I received the AIA gold medal for excellence in Architecture study.
At the University of New Mexico I was a Graduate Assistant for professor Kuppu Iyengar's 564 Building Systems course. My job focused on developing presentations and learning materials for the students. I also had the opportunity to teach a few lessons which developed my interest in sustainability. Now, more than ever, I desire to further my knowledge in the field of architecture. I have recently begun studying in hope of becoming LEED AP certified. I believe that through my creative work, desire to learn, and hard work I can greatly contribute to any firm.
Kells + Craig Architects, Albuquerque, NM, US, Intern
Edward Mazria, Santa Fe, NM, US, Intern
Mark Baker, Albuquerque, NM, US, Construction
The University of New Mexico, Graduate Assistant
• Developed teaching materials for the course.
• Prepared and administered exams and graded papers and exams.
• Assisted faculty in teaching.
The University of New Mexico, MArch, Architecture
Henry Adams AIA Gold Medal, Award
An engraved medal awarded to the top-ranking graduating graduate student in the School of Architecture.