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Prince Langley

Prince Langley

Philadelphia, PA, US

 

About 

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Employment 

District Department of the Environment (DDOE) Mayor’s Conservation Corp, Washington, DC, US, Team leader

Arranged, and coordinated small landscape projects. Supervised youth employees, and assisted with senior beautification projects and clean-ups.

Jul 2014 - Jul 2015
 

Metro Technlogies Inc., Bowie, Maryland , Site Engineer

Worked on landscape design and site engineering. Task carried out include site grading, and retaining wall assembly + maintenance.

Jul 2010 - Aug 2013
 

Education 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US, MArch, Architecture + Landscape Architecture

Aug 2015 - current
 

Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, US, Bachelors, Architecture + Environmental Design

Aug 2013 - May 2015
 

Montgomery College, Rockville, MD, US, AAS - Architectural Technologies

Aug 2009 - May 2013
 

Awards 

Warren Powers Laird Award, Award

"Named for Warren Powers Laird (1861-1948), the first Dean of the School of Fine Arts (now PennDesign). Awarded to a student with the highest standing in all courses in the first year of the professional degree program in architecture."

2016
 

LANDSCAPE IN PROCESS PennDesign LARP Publication, Nomination

"The Landscapes in Process series is an annual publication of work undertaken in design studios, lectures and seminars as well as student awards, faculty news and list of graduates."

2016
 

AIA Maryland Student Design Award, 1st Place

In its ninth year, the purpose of the Student Design Awards Program is to recognize excellence in architectural design, promote architecture in the State of Maryland and to build a relationship between AIA Maryland and the academic community. This program is part of AIA Maryland’s annual Design Awards program. Eligibility is limited to students enrolled in an architectural program at a community college, college, or university in Maryland, or residents of Maryland enrolled in architectural programs located elsewhere during the 2014-2015 school year.

Student Architectural Design ─ Undergraduate / Upper Level Design
Project: The Beanstalk Market ─ Baltimore, Maryland
School: Morgan State University, School of Architecture + Planni

2015
 

Lowe's gap Scholarship, Scholarship

The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), in partnership with Lowe’s, is pleased to provide financial assistance scholarships to undergraduate students at TMCF member-schools who are in their final semester of their degree program and scheduled to graduate in the Spring 2015 semester.

2015
 

BSAED Valedictorian, Award

Awarded to the academically highest achieving graduating senior of the Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Environmental Design program at Morgan State University.

2015
 

BSAED Chair's Award - Senior, Award

Awarded to one student of the graduating class that has demonstrated excellent design capabilities, and academic achievement over the course of the academic year.

2015
 

BSAED Fourth Year - Best in Studio Award, Award

"For Outstanding Work Ethic, Rigor, and Pursuit of Excellence; for Inspired Creativity, Passion, and Dedication to Craft"

2015
 

MSU Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium Winner, 1st Place

"For Outstanding Poster Presentation In Sustainability & Design"

2015
 

Dean's Diversity Scholarship, Scholarship

PennDesign seeks to bring students to our school whose backgrounds and experiences offer varying perspectives on living and learning in a multicultural world. In order to accomplish this, we offer special Dean's Diversity Scholarships to students whose backgrounds and experiences demonstrate the ability to contribute to increasing socioeconomic and multicultural diversity awareness at the School of Design.

2015
 

Outstanding Architecture Student of the Year Award, Award

Awarded to the student that has demonstrated excellent design, and academic capabilities in the Montgomery College Architectural Technology program.

"In Recognition of Academic Excellence"

2013
 

Harry Harden Jr. Student Academic Excellence Award, Award

"In recognition of superior academic achievement. Given on this twentieth day of May in the year Two Thousand and Thirteen.

2013
 

AIA Maryland Juror Citation Award (Team), Honorable Mention

In its seventh year, the purpose of the Student Design Awards Program is to promote architecture in the State of Maryland and to build a relationship between AIA Maryland and the academic community. This program is part of AIA Maryland’s annual Design Awards program. Eligibility is limited to students who were either residents of Maryland enrolled in a NAAB accredited architectural degree program, or who were non-residents enrolled in a Maryland NAAB accredited architectural degree program during the 2012-2013 school year.

Student Architectural Design ─Community College / Design Project
Project: Enlighten Aspen Hill Library ─ Aspen Hill, Maryland
School: Montgomery College

JURY COMMENTS:
This project is cited for multiple reasons. This unique approach to a library addition is direct, playful and inventive. The parallel green roof study and technical knowledge rounds out the architecture. There is a range of design techniques being deployed; physical modeling, digital modeling, and rendering with a high degree of skill.

2013
 

Multi-Ethnic Student Academic Excellence Award, Award

"In recognition of superior academic achievement. Given on this fourteenth day of October in the year Two Thousand and Eleven."

2011
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills