I am a recent Master of Architecture graduate from the School of Architecture, Design, & Planning at the University of Kansas. I am an avid reader, traveler, and runner with recent interests in engineering and infrastructure.
CReSIS [Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets], University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, Project Lead : Development of Environmental Strategies for Glacial & Polar Living
CReSIS continually sends out research teams to measure glacier and polar ice changes all over the world in order to predict sea level rise. Currently those research teams use [advanced] tents with generators to supply their temporary stations and work environments. I researched these temporary and mobile conditions of glacial and polar researchers in order to consider systems of shelter and mobility that could reduce impact on the environment in the greatest possible way.
CReSIS [Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets], University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, Administrative Assistant
I assisted administrative staff and Center directors with daily office functions including (but not limited to) financial reconciling under strict deadlines, corresponding with businesses and service providers, placing orders, preparing travel arrangements, and assisting with event preparation.
University of Kansas : School of Architecture, Design, & Planning, Lawrence, KS, US, Graduate Teaching Assistant
In this design-build studio collaborating with Zahner metal fabricators (Kansas City) I mentored students on presentation, full-scale prototyping, and digital workflow processes using Rhino and Grasshopper.
The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, MArch, School of Architecture, Design, & Planning
General coursework for the accredited MArch degree, including a year-long competition studio and numerous exploratory independent study projects.
Drury University, Springfield, MO, US, Hammons School of Architecture
First and second years of architecture school; coursework that contributed to the completion of the MArch degree.
"A joint team of [five] graduate students representing Kansas State University, the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and the University of Kansas has been selected as the winner of the 2013 Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition. This unique three-university team took the $50,000 top prize with their proposed long-term development plan for a downtown Minneapolis site adjacent to the new Minnesota Vikings Stadium location." (via the link above)
A competition held among the student body at the School of Architecture, Design, and Planning at the University of Kansas of entries including any previous design project. The winning design was a joint entry between Kadim Al Asady and myself.
Outstanding Freshman Architecture Student, Award
Among my class of architecture students at the Hammons School of Architecture at Drury University, I was designated with this award.