Emily Bauer

Emily Bauer

Brooklyn, NY, US





BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group, New York, NY, US, Landscape Designer

Aug 2016 - current

!Melk Urban Design & Landscape Architecture, New York, NY, US, Designer

Jul 2013 - Jul 2016

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Investigative Biology Laboratory Teaching Assistant

I taught two sections of a 3-hr laboratory course to undergraduate CU science majors. Course materials covers nutrient enrichment, mutation and selection, scientific paper writing, and statistical analysis.

Aug 2012 - May 2013

!Melk Urban Design & Landscape Architecture, New York, NY, US, Summer Intern

May 2012 - Aug 2012

Design Workshop, Aspen, CO, US, Intern

Jan 2012 - Jan 2012

Potager du Roi, Versailles, FR, Garden Intern

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011

City of Buffalo Mayor's Office, Buffalo, NY, US, Sustainability Intern

Dec 2008 - Jun 2010

US Environmental Protection Agency, Philadelphia, PA, US, NNEMS Fellow

May 2009 - Aug 2009


Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, Masters, Landscape Architecture

The three-year degree program will be completed in May 2013. Cornell's accredited LA program includes courses in site engineering and grading, construction documentation, plant identification, theory, and studios. Additionally, I have concentrated in urban ecology by taking classes in the Department of Natural Resources and the School of Architecture. I chose to complete a thesis for my graduation requirement. My thesis project deals with flood adaptation for Roosevelt Island in New York City.

Activities and Societies: Cornell Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Rust to Green

Aug 2010 - current

University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, US, BArch, Biology; Conc. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Activities and Societies: The Environmental Stewardship Steering Committee, the Undergraduate Student Association, Environmental Network, the Climate Action Student Advisory Council

Aug 2006 - May 2010


Clarence S. Stein Research Fellowship, Award

Fellowship offered to graduate students in the fields of architecture, city and regional planning, and landscape architecture at Cornell University to pursue research that is clearly related to the work of Clarence S. Stein.


National Garden Club Scholarship, Award

The scholarship offers financial aid to students majoring in fields of study related to horticulture and the environment. Applicant must be planning a career related to gardening, landscape design, environmental issues, floral design or horticulture. Thirty-five advanced annual scholarships were awarded in 2011.


E. Gorton Davis Travel Fellowship, Grant

Awarded by the Cornell Landscape Architecture Department. Grant funding supported an educational trip to China and my student team's submission and acceptance into the International Horticultural Exposition in Xi'An.


Truman Scholarship, Other

The Harry S. Truman Fellowship recognizes college juniors with exceptional leadership potential who are committed to careers in government, the nonprofit or advocacy sectors, education or elsewhere in the public service. The Truman is a competitive national scholarship that requires selection by the university representative prior to submission to be considered for the finalist round. All finalist travel to NYC to interview with successful former Truman Scholars. I was a finalist for the award.


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