Katherine Urbaniak

Katherine Urbaniak

Philadelphia, PA, US



Architecture student eager to learn. Interested in public projects, community development, affordable housing.  I recently participated in a service trip and am anticipating on leading another trip to help families build their own homes in less fortunate areas. I'm also a fan of buildings that create their own atmospheres and ones that can continue to surprise me. 


NELSON, Philadelphia, PA, Architectural Designer

Nov 2015 - current

Michael Gruber Design, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern

Oct 2014 - Nov 2015

Office of University Housing, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, US, Office Assistant

Apr 2013 - Apr 2013

St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Parish Sunday school, Linden, NJ, US, Volunteer - teacher assistant

Sep 2008 - Jun 2012


Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

2 + 4 Architecture Program
In this program two years of full-time coursework address the basic principles of architectural design and satisfy fundamental university core requirements in the arts and sciences as well as those job-related skills that are needed for entry-level professional positions.

After successfully completing the minimum requirements of the full-time phase, students find full-time employment in the building industry, including architecture firms, while continuing their academic program part-time in the evening for four additional years.

By combining work and study, Drexel students may be able to simultaneously satisfy their required internship for licensure (IDP) while completing their professional degree, thus qualifying for the registration exam on graduation in most jurisdictions.

Sep 2012 - current


A. J. Drexel Scholarship, Scholarship

The A.J. Drexel Scholarship is a partial-tuition merit award granted to incoming freshmen by the Admissions Committee based upon superior academic performance. The scholarships are renewable each year that you maintain a 2.75 cumulative GPA and full-time status in your undergraduate degree program.


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