Kristina Jardis

Kristina Jardis

Dixon, CA, US



Over the last year in graduate school, I focused my time on studying children and identity. How children develop and are impacted by the people and environment has always fascinated me. By studying the impact the developing aspects of identity have on children, I became much more aware of the meaning of the graphic world and art. This awareness has led me to become passionate about graphics and the different ways one can manipulate an identity via a simple image or the built environment. My new hobby of screen printing has also allowed me to test this aspect of the world in which we live. 

In general, I am a very energetic individual looking to test and explore the world. Other hobbies of mine include: spending time with my dog Oliver, playing tennis, biking, and running. 



Mills + Schnoering Architects, Princeton, NJ, US, Intern Architect

Aug 2013 - current

InterArch, Moorestown, NJ, US, Junior Architect

Jan 2013 - Aug 2013

Frost Hurff Architects, Saratoga Springs, NY, US, Intern Architect

Started as a summer intern and continued working into graduate work. Work included all phases of design for existing historic projects at the Saratoga Racecourse and in downtown Saratoga Springs, as well as new-construction projects in the Saratoga Springs area.

May 2011 - Jan 2013

Village Pizzeria and Ristorante, Galway, NY, US, Waitress, Hostess, Busser

While working in the customer service/restaurant industry at the Village Pizzeria and Ristorante, I learned skills such as working under pressure, customer service, organization, time management, and scheduling. This job served as my first job and provided a sense of what the advantages of good work ethic could provide and how to balance the different aspects of life.

Apr 2004 - Aug 2011


Norwich University, MArch, Architecture

May 2011 - May 2012

Norwich University, Bachelors, Architectural Studies

Sep 2007 - May 2011


Norwich University Student Leader of the Year, Nomination

Every year under the Dean of Students at Norwich University, a select few candidates are nominated to be in the running for Student Leader of the Year. The nominees encompass leadership at Norwich University and exemplify this in everyday life at the school.


Norwich Student Leader of the Year, Nomination


Leadership Fellow for Norwich University, Other

Due to my continuous involvement in the Leadership Development Program the Norwich University, in the summer of 2008, I was asked to be a fellow for the program and assist mentors, as well as upper administration with the development of the program.


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