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Christine Harwood

2797 Wewata Way #3010 Denver, CO 80216 charwould@gmail.com 314.596.8850

Education:

Certifications:

University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS Master of Architecture August 2009 - May 2014 Alternative Energy Scholarship 2010 & 2013 Anderson Scholarship 2012 Freshman Scholarship 2009-2010

Nerinx Hall High School, Webster Groves, MO College Preparatory August 2005 - May 2009 National Honors Society

Work Experience: Studio 804, Lawrence, KS Graduate Student August 2013 - July 2014 Producing one building a year, Studio 804 is a not-for-profit graduate program at the University of Kansas. This year Studio 804 partnered with the University to design and build an addition to the School of Architecture. As a member of Studio 804, I have been able to witness the entire design and building processes. I was also responsible for securing a $40,000 donation of insulation.

Cannon Design, St. Louis, MO Architectural Intern June 2012 - August 2012 During the summer following my fourth year, I interned with the international design firm, Cannon Design. As the only summer intern I was given the opportunity to work on three different projects. I spent the majority of my time working with construction documents for the largest health care project in North America, Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal.

Abroad Experience: Danish Institute of Study Abroad, Copenhagen, DK August 2012-December 2012 The fall of my 4th year I traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark for a semester abroad. Over these four months, I experienced a unique way of living and designing. With a focus on simplicity and sustainability, I believe this opportunity was an asset to my education.

Architecture in Berlin, Munich & Switzerland May 2012 - June 2012 The summer before my fourth year, I traveled to Europe with ten students and two architecture professors from the University of Kansas. This four week trip focused on urban form & culture in transition. We were able to tour, sketch, and observe many buildings that had once only been precedents. The opportunity was a great way to experience anything from transportation in cities to building details.

LEED AP BD+C US Green Building Council

Service Learning Certificate KU Center for Civic and Social Responsibility

Social Economic Environment Design (S.E.E.D.) Certificate Public Interest Design Institute

Computer Skills: Google Sketchup Adobe Indesign Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator

Autodesk Revit Architectural Suite Autodesk AutoCAD Bluebeam Revu CodeBook

Organizations & Service: AIAS, Lawrence, KS Participant August 2009 - May 2014 activities at the university. Spring of my third year I traveled and learn about Detroit for quad.

Engineers Without Borders, Lawrence, KS Member & Team Member August 2010 - May 2014 I joined EWB my second year. Involvement with the organization allowed me to participate in a trip to New Orleans where we worked with Historic Green to rebuild homes in the Lower 9th Ward.

Alternative Break, Winslow, AZ March 2010 Team Member Spring break of my freshman year, I traveled with six other students to a Navajo reservation in northern Arizona. As we helped 83 year old Ida Clinton, we experienced a part of her world by herding sheep and living without running water, electricity, or modern communication.

Back Bay Mission, Biloxi, MS May 2008 - June 2011 Team Member Initially a service trip through my high school, I traveled to Biloxi, MS for a week during four consecutive summers to assist in the rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina. This trip taught me a lot about building craft and working as a team.


Harwood Resume