Anjali graduated from the University of California, Irvine in September 2011 with a B.A. in Psychology and Social Behavior, and a B.A. in Urban Studies.
Currently, Anjali is pursuing her M.Arch. degree at the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. She is also working on an aspiring social enterprise which seeks to address health concerns for international women with her business partner, Kriti Rajput. She plans on pursuing her two passions: design and philanthropy.
Within design she is interested in sustainability and design which can influence behavior. She has experience in drafting, and concept drawing. Her portfolio consists of numerous architectural, graphic as well as some fine art pieces.
KaiHer, Irvine, CA, US, Co-founder/Head of Product Development
I am the co-founder of an aspiring social enterprise that is dedicated to female empowerment and the environment. I am in charge of market research and product development. I have been working with the industrial designer on the project to solidify the essence of the company. To create a brand strategy, story/concept behind the idea to be able to adhere to the target market. We are in the process of creating a prototype for an upcoming business competition.
First Class Tutors, Fullerton, CA, US, Tutor
Tutored client in Geometry
Boys Hope Girls Hope, Santa Ana, CA, US, Volunteer Tutor
Tutor child in area of mathematics and any other subject he has trouble with.
University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA, US, Undergraduate Researcher
Designed and administered study regarding a blood type myth and a personality inventory which explored intrapersonal self-fulfilling prophecy with colleague, Christine Song under faculty supervision, Dr. Eric Knowles. Presented study at UROP Symposium, and currently, collaborating with Christine Song to publish our findings in a student journal.
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, US, MArch, Architecture
The study of architecture at the master's level requires a commitment to the design and production of buildings that are useful, durable, meaningful, inspiring, and responsibly engaged with their physical, cultural, and social contexts. Architecture is a useful art, a technical craft, and an ethical practice. Cincinnati's professional, design-centered approach encompasses this range of issues, preparing graduates for licensing and a critical engagement with the world of practice. This critical spirit does not simply accept presumptions and practices at face value, but examines their provenance and consequences with a wary eye and an open mind. The program seeks to promote leadership, collaboration, intellectual depth, flexibility, innovation, and teamwork - elevating professional esteem and multiplying career opportunities for our graduates. The discipline of architecture is continually changing. Graduates encounter an information-intensive professional world, full of situations demanding critical and imaginative thinking. The Master of Architecture program engages fundamental knowledge and skills, and emphasizes comprehensive design, while affording students the opportunity to expand horizons through flexibility, experimentation, and risk-taking. The program provides substantial opportunities for guided investigations of individual architectural interests, building intellectual rigor as well as skill development through a collegial atmosphere emphasizing mentoring, coaching, and advising.
University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA, US, Bachelors, Urban Studies, Psychology and Social Behavior
The Department of Psychology and Social Behavior (PSB) at UCI offers exciting and innovative program of study whose faculty specialties include developmental, social, personality, health, psychology and law, biological, clinical, cultural, community, environmental, and ecological psychology. There is a strong commitment to interdisciplinary scholarship and to research that has the potential for application to important societal problems.
The field of Urban Studies investigates cities and urban life in their physical, environmental, social, economic, and political manifestations. It explores the causes, prevalence, and consequences of urban challenges and considers the theory and practice of addressing such challenges. Its subjects range in scale from global social inequalities to the local and personal ramifications of neighborhood design.