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HIRE ME !!!
I recently graduated from The University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) degree from the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. I am currently looking for an architecture internship that will allow me to gain hands-on experience in the field and earn IDP hours.
Areas of architecture that interest me: residential, civic, cultural, institutional, pre-fab & modular design, and modern contemporary design.
My general interests include art & architectural history, graphic & web design, and typography.
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University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, US, Computer Lab Monitor
· Helped maintain the equipment and the facility by enforcing lab rules
· Offered assistance to lab users with basic questions on common computer applications
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, US, Multimedia Consultant
· Provided technical support and client referrals in OSCR’s multimedia labs and classrooms
· Gave in-depth consultation for clients on project development
TG & Associates, Tucson, AZ, US, Web Manager
· Maintained and developed the company’s website using Dreamweaver and FrontPage
· Controlled mass communication process with clients through emails and newsletters
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, US, BArch, College of Architecture & Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture
_ Mixed-Use Urban Infill [senior capstone]
_ Tohono O’odham Government Complex [research]
_ DDBC Residence 4 [urban form/design-build]
_ Arid Regions Institute [technical systems]
_ Tucson Children’s Library [tectonics]
_ Desert Dwelling [land ethics]
_ Meditation Hermitage [human experience/ergonomics]
_ permitting and code research (IBC & ADA) / material assemblages
_ conveyance of architectural ideas, gestures, and design concepts
_ structures / environmental control systems / materials and methods
SITE ANALYSIS &amp;amp; PROGRAMMING
_ siting / site resources / human & architecture interface
_ creation, use, and interpretation of architecture from antiquity to present
_ Small Group Communication | Interpersonal Communication| Mass Communication | Applied Organizational Communication | Communication & Gender
College of Architecture & Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture Scholarship, Scholarship
In recognition of academic achievement and financial need, along with commitment to the study of architecture, and citizenship in the School of Architecture.
Students who demonstrate financial need are eligible for this award. The minimum value of each tuition award is $1,000. Competitive renewal of this award will be considered based on a minimum 3.25
GPA and completion of 24 units at the end of the award period.
*Received award for 4 consecutive school years (2008-2011)
This scholarship goes to the 3 active sisters with the highest GPA for the current Spring semester. Aside from all their responsibilities as an active, they have also managed to do well in their studies, and put their education at the forefront. These sisters have shown they have the time management skills to stay involved in the sorority as well as furthering their educational endeavors.