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URSULA EMERY McCLURE A. Hays Town Professor Graduate Coordinator School of Architecture Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA 70803 225.578.4259 uemery@lsu.edu

V I TA E Partner, FAAR, AIA, LEED AP BD+C emerymcclure architecture, llc. 228 Cherry Street Lafayette, LA 70506 337.356.7415 ursula@emerymcclure.com www.emerymcclure.com

E D U C AT I O N Masters of Architecture 5/95 Advanced Placement into the 2nd year, Columbia University G.S.A.P.P., New York, N.Y. Bachelor of Arts, major in Architecture 5/92 Fitzgibbon Finalist and Award recipient, Magna cum Laude, Washington University, St. Louis, MO AWA R D S A N D S C H O L A R S H I P S International Winner, “Changing Course: Navigating the Future of the Lower Mississippi Delta,” August 2015 LSU CSS team member of one of 3 teams (Moffet&Nichols) selected by the Environmental Defense Fund Jury Selection Finalist, “Field Constructs Design Competition_FRINGE,” May 2015 One of 18 projects selected for Phase 2, co-designed with Sarah Young and Kristi Dykema-Cheramie Best Conference Paper, “Fort Proctor: A Conditional Preservation” Architectural Research Centers Consortium 2013 ARCC Conference at the University of North Carolina – Charlotte, One out of 115 papers presented Co-written with Bradley Cantrell Grand Prize, “Coastal Caretaker” Unbuilt Visions 2013 International Architectural Design Competition, d3 One of 4 projects awarded, co-designed with Sarah Young and Kristi Dykema-Cheramie Third Prize, ACSA/AIA Historic Resources Committee Student Design Competition 2012-2013 Castle Pinckney: Preservation as Provocation Faculty Sponsor and Design Critic for Marcia Gibson’s Project, 1 of 5 awarded out of 120 entries “The Embattlement: Re-Designing the Future of Castle Pinckney” Honorable Mention, ACSA/AIA Historic Resources Committee Student Design Competition 2012-2013 Castle Pinckney: Preservation as Provocation Faculty Sponsor and Design Critic for Kerry Kenney’s Project, 1 of 5 awarded out of 120 entries “The ArtifAct of Preserving” Design Invitational, “Palisade Bay / Mississippi Delta: Constructing with Water,” Venice Biennale 2010 Design Contributor and Member of the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio submission Works included in the “Workshopping” Exhibit at the US Pavilion Design Invitational, “CounterMEASURES”, November 2007 Symposium/Exhibition for Design Strategies examining New Orleans’ extreme conditions One of 8 firms selected internationally to submit a design proposal Selected for Exhibition, “TERRA VISCUS hybrid tectonic nature,” Venice Biennale 2006 One of 12 projects selected for the University of Texas at Austin Exhibit “Resilient Foundations: The Gulf Coast after Katrina” Selected for Exhibition, “High Density for High Ground” Competition, 2006 One of 15 projects out of 269 selected International Competition sponsored by McGraw Hill Architectural Record and Tulane University ArchiPrix International 2003 Competition Student Finalist, 5/04 Faculty Sponsor and Design Critic for Mark Hash’s Project, “Interstice” Spring 2002, 1 of 19 selected from 170 entries

National Second Place, Charles E. Peterson Prize, 2014 Instructor for winning HABS entry “Fort Pike” ACSA Collaborative Practice Award, LSU Coastal Sustainable Studio, 2012-2013 Team member, award for best practices in school-based community outreach programs First Place, Charles E. Peterson Prize, 2012 Instructor for winning HABS entry “Fort Proctor” Sukkah City STL, “Tené”, winning design-build entry for design competition with Drew Shawver, 10/11 One of 10 projects selected for installation and exhibit at Washington University in St. Louis


URSULA EMERY McCLURE AWA R D S A N D S C H O L A R S H I P S c o n t . National cont. Gorham P. Stevens Rome Prize, “emerymcclure architecture – Terra Viscus: Hybrid Tectonic Precedent,” 2008-2009 The American Academy in Rome’s annual national competition 11-month fellowship awarded to 15 artists and 15 scholars 2007 Southern Home Awards, Design Competition sponsored by Southern Living Magazine 2355 Olive Street, Baton Rouge, LA, completed 2005, Category – Outdoor Living Space Finalist, Benjamin Moore Hue Color in Design Awards, 2005 blumRoom, Residential Interiors Category Finalist, Benjamin Moore Hue Color in Design Awards, 2005 2509 Olive, Residential Exteriors Category Third Prize, ACSA/AISC Student Design Competition, 2001-2002 Faculty Sponsor and Design Critic for Scott Melancon’s Project, “Fluidic Topography” Honorable Mention, ACSA/AISC Student Design Competition, 2001-2002 Faculty Sponsor and Design Critic for Mark Hash’s Project, “Interstice” Honorable Mention, STI Hollow Structural Section Design & Engineering Challenge, 2001-2002 Faculty Sponsor and Design Critic for Brad McWhirter’s Project “A Secure Airport, Lake Pontchartrain, LA”

Distinguished Young Alumni, 2002, Washington University of St. Louis, School of Architecture In recognition of contributions to architecture and education, and a great potential for the future

Regional/Local LSU Honors College Outstanding Thesis, Louisiana State University May 2014 Thesis Chair for “LSU/Chevron ShoreBASE in Venice, Louisiana by Elliot Manuel.” A. Hays Town Associate Professor of Architecture, LSU School of Architecture, 2012-2015 Professorship awarded for substantive scholarship and research in the field of historic preservation 2010 Best in Show LA 2010 Annual Conference, American Institute of Architects, 2010 Alluvial City Postcard, Annual Postcard Competition Louisiana Southwest Merit Award, American Institute of Architects, 2010 Nuova Ostia Antica. Rome, Italy. Completed 6/09 Emogene Pliner Professorship in Architecture, LSU School of Architecture, 2008-2011 Professorship awarded for substantive scholarship, research, and/or creative accomplishments 2009 Indesign Gold Winner, Architecture-Residential, 4/2009 “Iota House” project awarded 1 of 2 Gold level awards for category LSU Rainmaker, LSU Office of Research and Economic Development, 2008 and 2009 Annual award granted to those who are nationally and internationally recognized for innovative research and creative scholarship and who compete for external funding at the highest levels Gulf States Region Merit Award, Const. Specifications Institute Gulf States Region Design Competition, 2005 “Batture, LSU School of Architecture Journal,” Category Z – Creative Publications Gold ADDY Award, Advertising Federation of Baton Rouge Competition, 2004 “Batture, LSU School of Architecture Journal,” Category – Editorial Design (Students) Phi Kappa Phi Non-tenured Faculty Research Award, Louisiana State University, Spring 03 Best of Show and Peoples Choice, Habitat for Humanity - American Institute of Architects, 4/03 HHSG Housing Prototype, Baton Rouge Chapter Design Competition Best of Show, Habitat for Humanity - American Institute of Architects, 4/03 Veranda Housing Prototype, Baton Rouge Chapter Design Competition Gulf States Region Merit Award, Const. Specifications Institute Gulf States Region Design Competition, 2003 www.candelaprojects.com, Category Y - Websites Gulf States Region Merit Award, American Institute of Architects, 2002 640max House. Baton Rouge, LA. Completed 6/00 Louisiana Merit Award, American Institute of Architects, 2002, 640max House, Baton Rouge, LA. Completed 6/00 Louisiana Merit Award, American Institute of Architects, 2002, blumRoom, Baton Rouge, LA. Completed 10/01 Louisiana State University CoAD Outstanding Teacher of the Year, Spring 01


URSULA EMERY McCLURE P R O F E S S I O N A L R E G I S T R AT I O N American Institute of Architects, Member, 8/01 to present Society of Fellows, American Academy of Rome, 9/10 to present USGBC, LEED Accredited Professional, Building Design + Construction, 10/06 to present Certified, NCARB File # 91249 Member, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Registered Architect, State of Louisiana, 4/01 to present Registered Architect, State of New York, 7/99 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE emerymcclure architecture, LLC., Lafayette, LA partner, 1996 - present projects include: False River Camp, False River, LA 1400 s.f. Hunting and fishing camp Slatten 2, Lafayette, LA 3000 s.f. House Alemany, Carencro, LA 1000 s.f. Addition and Home Renovation BSL 2 House, Bay St. Louis, MS 1400 s.f. Beach House Baronne, New Orleans, LA 1000 s.f. Kitchen/Living/Office Renovation FRINGE, Austin, TX International Design Competition winning entry w/Sarah Young and Kristi Dykema Cheramie Thatchsquatch and Thatchsquatch 2, Toronto, Canada, Houston Texas, Lafayette, LA International Design Competition entry Spatial Material Installation for Museum Exhibits w/Kristi Cheramie and Sarah Young OSH, Scott, LA Off shore Housing unit design for manufacturing and distribution Slatten House, Lafayette, LA 1400 s.f. House Renovation Coastal Caretaker, Louisiana Gulf Coast International Design Competition winning entry w/Sarah Young and Kristi Dykema Cheramie Village Children’s Center, Broussard, LA 50 Children Class A Daycare Coeur de Ville, St. Louis, MO International Design Competition entry w/Bradley Cantrell tene’, St. Louis, MO with Drew Shawver Design Build Exhibition Sukkah for winning competition entry Alluvial City, Fort Proctor, LA Revisioned Speculative Tourist and Commercial Fishing Community on Lake Borgne Rollo, Baton Rouge, LA 3000 s.f. Pool, Yard, and Guest House Renovation Sunset House, Sunset, LA 4500 s.f. House and Landscape Dredging for Ostia, Ostia, Italy Regional Plan and Residential Building Design Research Project Dupree Pool, Baton Rouge, LA 6000 s.f. Pool, yard, and pool house design IotaHouse, Iota, LA 1800 s.f. Home Renovation and Addition Green Pool House, Baton Rouge, LA 1500 s.f. Pool House and yard design “N.O.kat,” Southern LA Urban Design Strategy examining New Orleans’ extreme conditions


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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE cont. “HIGH DENSITY FOR HIGH GROUND,” New Orleans, LA International Competition sponsored by McGraw Hill Architectural Record and Tulane University Graveyard Acadia, Acadia Parrish, LA Graveyard Renovation and familial venue Smith Pool Pavilion, Baton Rouge, LA 1000 s.f. Pool and Party Pavilion, Interior Renovation Lieux Pool House, Baton Rouge, LA 2000 s.f. Pool House and Shaded Garden and Walk 515 St. Louis, Lafayette, LA 800 s.f. Addition of Master Bedroom/Master Suite 2509 Olive Street, Baton Rouge, LA Apartment Duplex Renovation and New Storage Tower HHSG Prototype and Veranda Prototype, Baton Rouge, LA 1,000 s.f. Habitat for Humanity Housing Prototypes 126 Hillside Drive, Lafayette, LA Kitchen, Dining Renovation / Addition Cano Warehouse, Baton Rouge, LA 4000 s.f. warehouse residence and dance studio 647 Blue, Baton Rouge, LA 1200 s.f. single family home 2355 Olive, Baton Rouge, LA Pool house, Garage, Pergola, and Shower House Main Street Market, Baton Rouge, LA Farmer’s Market Interior and Booth Design for urban market in parking structure ABFBarn, New Roads, LA Breeding Facility and Veterinarian Station for Arabian Horses 316 Shadylake, Baton Rouge, LA 600 linear feet of book-wall partitions for private residence, Fence and Yard Installation Mammoth Computers, Lafayette, LA graphic identity package for Complete Computer Systems Co. JD Furniture Series for Modern Woodworks, New Orleans, LA: plywood and lexan tables Montage Marketplace, New Orleans/Baton Rouge, LA graphic identity package for antique stores blum Room, Baton Rouge, LA 1,728 cu. ft. wall system installation in the Historic Blum House Red Star Bar, Baton Rouge, LA 1,200 s.f. cocktail lounge 640 max, Baton Rouge, LA 1,700 s.f. house in Historic Beauregard Town 628 St. Joseph Street, Baton Rouge, LA 1,400 s.f. renovation and addition to Historic Acadian Cottage JUBILEE 2000 - Parish Church for Our Lady of Guadalupe international competition entry Retirement Home, Mayes County, OK 2,200 s.f. house for retired couple MITCHELL/GIURGOLA ARCHITECTS, LLP, New York, NY 8/95 - 8/99 projects include: PS6 Richmond, Staten Island, NY, Project Manager-100,000 s.f. elementary school Manhattan Family Courts, New York, NY, Project Manager-240,000 s.f. renovation of existing facility PS56 Richmond, Staten Island, NY, Design Team & Construction Administration - 100,000 s.f. elementary school Columbus East High School, Columbus IN, Design Team, Construction Administration_28,000 s.f. Sports Additio-


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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE cont. WENDY EVANS JOSEPH, FAIA, New York, NY Intern Architect, 5/94-5/95 projects include: Illinois Town Hall Competition, IL The Juice Competition, Los Angeles, CA East New York Competition, New York, NY 2nd Stage Theatre, New York, NY Peter Joseph Gallery, New York, NY TEACHING EXPERIENCE Professor Louisiana State University, School of Architecture, 8/99 – present Graduate Coordinator, LSU School of Architecture, 8/13 – present LSU CoAD Rome Summer Semester, Summer 2013, 2014, Fall Semester 2015, 2016 MArch Comprehensive Design Studio Course, Spring 10-16 MArch/MLA Graduate Studio I, Fall 11-15 5th Year Coordinator, BArch 5th Year Comprehensive Design Studio 99-04 BArch 5th Year Open Studio Spring 99-02 History of Material and Methods Technology Seminar, Fall 99-03 History of the Modern Detail Technology Seminar, Spring 00-06 BArch 3rd Year Studio, Spring 04-08, Fall 05, Fall 07,09, 10 BArch 2nd Year Studio, Fall 06 Materials and Methods Technology Course, Fall 04-07 LA Tectonic Vernacular Architecture & Material Culture, Spring 07-08, Fall 09-12, 14-15 Construction Documents, Spring 10, 11, 12 Recording Historic Structures, Spring 12, 14 Louisiana State University, College of Art and Design, Summer 02 Art & Design in Mexico, Annual Travel Abroad program to Mexico City Louisiana State University, School of Landscape Architecture, 3/15 – 5/15, Thesis Committee Member Louisiana State University, School of Art, 8/13 – 5/14, Thesis Committee Member University of Louisiana –Lafayette, School of Architecture, 8 -12/11, 8-12/12 Thesis Committee Member Louisiana State University, School of Landscape Architecture, 3/01 – 5/02, Thesis Committee Member Teaching Assistant Washington University, St. Louis, MO, Spring 1992 Teaching Assistant, Freshman Design Studio, Bob Hansman, critic South Bend School Corporation, South Bend, IN, Fall 1992 Drafting substitute teacher for high school students P U B L I C AT I O N S Writings – International (peer reviewed) With McClure, Michael A. “Inside Looking In: The prospect of the aspect.” Interior Architecture Theory Reader. Routledge Press, Publication Fall 2016. “A Conditional Preservation for Ephemeral Sites.” 5.2 Change over Time_ Landscape and Climate Change. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, November 2015: 286-304. With McClure, Michael A. “nuova Ostia antica.” d3:dialog>assemble, International journal of architecture and design, New York. August 2012: 73-82. Article featuring Rome Prize project by emerymcclure architecture

Writings – National (peer reviewed) With Cantrell, Brad. “A Conditional Preservation.” The Visibility of Research. Web Architectural Research Centers Consortium Journal, 28 March 2013. Web. 2014. (http://www.arccjournal.org/index.php/ repository/article/view/147) with Cantrell, Bradley and McClure, Michael A. “Coeur de Ville: An urban, ecological catalyst.” Enclaves/Territories+Expanding Megalopolises. Washington DC: ACSA Press, April 2013.


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P U B L I C AT I O N S Writings – National (peer reviewed) cont. with McClure, Michael A. “Both-AND.” Where do you Stand. Washington DC: ACSA Press, April 2011: 243-251. with McClure, Michael A. “Expanded Sustainability: Supporting a Design Strategy of Stewardship.” Seeking the City, Visionaries on the Margins. Washington DC: ACSA Press, March 2008: 896-902. “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Use and Abuse in the Research Studio.” Journal of Architectural Education. 61-1. Washington DC: ACSA Press, September 2007: 73-75. Peer reviewed Op-Arch. with McClure, Michael A. “Luxury of Languor.” Writing Urbanism: A Design Reader. Douglas Kelbaugh and Kit Krankel McCullough eds. London, UK: Routledge Press, May 2008: 324-332. with McClure, Michael A. “Fluid and Tolerant Teaching.” Getting Real: Design Ethos Now. Washington DC: ACSA Press, 2006: 491-496. with McClure, Michael A. “Hybrid Tectonic Nature: Terra Viscus.” the art of architecture/the science of architecture. Washington DC: ACSA Press, 2005: 583-588. Presentation of an Idea-IMAGE.” Representation 2004. Journal of the Design Communication. San Luis Obispo, CA: Department of Architecture, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, California Polytechnic State University, 2005: 54-60. with McClure, Michael A. “Supersaturated Solution – A Suspended Tourist Landscape.” Archipelagos: Outposts of the Americas. Washington DC: ACSA Press, 2005: 564-570 with McClure, Michael A. “Harnessing Collisions: A Search For An Appropriate Procedural Model.” Dichotomy 15- Ground. School of Architecture Scholarly Journal. Detroit: University of Detroit Mercy/School of Architecture, 2004: 29-42 with McClure, Michael A. “The Luxury of Languor.” Recalibrating Centers and Margin. Washington DC: ACSA Press, 2004: 94-100 with McClure, Michael A. “Gumbo Practice, Heterologous Learning and Building in Southern Louisiana.” 306090–05, Teaching + Building Beyond the Imagined. NY, NY: Princeton Architectural Press, 2003: 74-81 “Experiment: Proving the Supposed Arbitrary Original.” The Paradoxes of Progress: Arch. and Education in a PostUtopian Era. Washington DC: ACSA Press, 2001: 538-542 Writings – Regional (peer reviewed) with McClure, Michael A. “SlipJoint Tectonic in the Terra Viscus.” Just Add Water. 2007 ACSA Southwest Regional Proceedings (pending) Publication by the University of Texas, Austin, TX. with McClure, Michael A. “Expanded Sustainability: Supporting a Design Strategy of Stewardship.” Assuming Responsibility: The Architecture of Stewardship. 2007 ACSA Southeast Regional Proceedings (2007): Publication by Catholic University, Washington D.C.: 189-195. with McClure, Michael A. “Commodity of Time in Architecture; the ‘Languid Spaces’ of Southern Louisana” Imaging Realms; Remaking Worlds, ACSA West Regional Meeting Conference Proceedings (November 2002): Published by the Department of Architecture, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA “The MAKING of an IDEA” Imaging Realms; Remaking Worlds, ACSA West Regional Meeting Conference Proceedings (November 2002): 309-312, Published by the Department of Architecture, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA

with McClure, Michael A. “Gumbo Practice.” Land Culture Practice. 2002 ACSA Southwest Regional Conference Proceedings (PENDING), School of Architecture, University of Texas, San Antonio, TX with McClure, Michael A. “Mystery and Manners” Confluences, ACSA Southwest Regional Conference Proceedings (October 2001): 63-70, Published by The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR with McClure, Michael A. “Finding Land in the Great Expanse of Border.” Borderlands: Contested Terrain ACSA West Regional Conference Proceedings (October 2001): 223-228. Published by The School of Architecture, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT with McClure, Michael A. “Memory and Projection; A HOMELAND for the Faithful.” Homeland ACSA Southeast Region Conference Proceedings (October 2000): 164. Published by The College of Architecture, Univ. of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina “The Diary of a Comprehensive Design Coordinator.” Methods for Design Education: In and Out of the Box. ACSA Southwest Regional Meeting Proceedings Publication by The School of Architecture, Prairie View A&M University, Houston, Texas


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P U B L I C AT I O N S Projects – International (peer reviewed) Marinic, G. and Qureshi, Z. co-editors. “Thatchsquatch - Adaptive Interventions,” International Journal of Interior Architecture and Spatial Design, Vol. 5, Univ. of Houston ASD Publications, a Division of Atrium Press. pending Fall 2016 Projects – National (peer reviewed) “Meet the Makers.” Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum. Video_Fall 2015 Sponsored by the Lafayette Convention and Visitor Commission Video of emerymcclure architecture discussing Thatchsquatch 2, http://museum.louisiana.edu/emy McClain, Terri. “Rebuilding the Gulf Coast: Two Voices at the Table.” Washington Magazine (June 2011, Vol. 81, No. 3. 28-33.) Feature article on the award winning emerymcclure architecture. Samuels, Linda. “Infrastructural Optimism.” Places Recovering, Volume 21, Number 1 Places Journal, Design History Foundation: Spring 2009: 30-36. http://places.designobserver.com/toc.html?issue=717, Article featuring NOkat by emerymcclure architecture

Childs, Todd. “2007 Southern Home Awards – Best Outdoor Space.” Southern Living Magazine (October 2007: 118-120. Article on award winning 2355 Olive Pool House by emerymcclure architecture. Willoughby, Will. “The Louisiana School.” Imagining Worlds to Come. ACSA Northeast Regional Meeting Conference Proceedings (October 2006): Published by Ècole D ‘Architecture, Université Laval, Québec, Canada. Article discussing ABF barn by emerymcclure architecture. HGTV, “Generation Renovation,” 1/05 High Noon Productions feature of 640max House by emerymcclure architecture Television show highlighting one-of-a-kind revitalized and renovated homes Greenberg, Randy. “House of the Month: 640max House.” Architecture Record Web Insider - February 2004. New York: McGraw Hill, 2004. http://archrecord.construction.com/newsletter/0402.asp Article featuring Architecture Records editorial selection of 640max house as their House of the Month

Boge, Patricia. “Pure Time and Reconstructed Architecture.” Recalibrating Centers and Margins. Washington DC: ACSA Press 2004: 182-187, Article discussing 640max house by emerymcclure architecture “Bath Choices - Finished with Finesse.” Southern Living Secrets to Great Baths. Birmingham, AL: Southern Living, Inc., 2003: 47, Article on 640max house bathroom by emerymcclure architecture Maynard, Nigel F. “Architect’s Choice – Product picks from the pros.” Residential Architect (July 2003): 92, Article on preferred products used by emerymcclure architecture Martin, Robert. “Shutters Provide Solutions.” Southern Living Magazine (April 2003): 126 Article on 640max house by emerymcclure architecture, authored by Robert Martin Ray, Stephanie. “Living in a Shotgun Shack.” Dwell (December 2000): 50-57 Cover article featuring 640max house by emerymcclure architecture MASTER ARCHITECT SERIES VOL II – Mitchell/Giurgola Architects 1986-1996. Mulgrave, Victoria: Images Publishing, 1997. “Eastern State Penitentiary.” Abstract (1994-1995): 65 Project published in School Journal by GSAPP Columbia University Projects– Regional/Local Frost, Rachel. “LSU Researchers Investigate Ruins of Fort Proctor.”http://www.wbrz.com/news/lsu-research ers-investigate-ruins-of-fort-proctor/. WBRZ Television, Baton Rouge, LA. Louisiana Legacy Series, Nov. 13th, 2011. “Clean Sweep.” The Independent, Lafayette, LA: The Independent Weekly, LLC. No. 361, August 18, 2010: 12-13 Article on emerymcclure architecture’s AIA’s award winning project, Nuova Ostia Antica Gordon, Ashley Sexton. “Location, Location, Location.” inRegister April 2010 Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana Business Inc, April 2010: 34-39 Article on home with pool and yard design by emerymcclure architecture Carpritto, Maria. “Everything Old is New Again.” The Independent, Lafayette, LA: The Independent Weekly, LLC. No. 293, April 29, 2009: 15-16 Article on emerymcclure architecture’s award winning project, Iota House Macchione, Mikko. “Prime Builders – A pivotal pool house.” Louisiana Homes & Gardens St. Amant, LA: LH&G, March 2008: 86-93 Article featuring 2355 Olive PoolHouse by emerymcclure architecture


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P U B L I C AT I O N S Projects – Regional/Local (peer reviewed) cont. Frayer, Marissa. “Designing Solutions.” Baton Rouge Business Report. Volume 26 – Number 10 Baton Rouge, LA: LBI, Jan.1- Jan. 14, 2008: 34-35. Article featuring the architecture practice of emerymcclure architecture Saft, Cory. “Speculation on the River” Batture - High Winds, Hard Rain vol. 3 no. 1. Baton Rouge, LA: The LSU School of Architecture 2007:12-15 Article discussing competition entry High Density for Higher Ground by emerymcclure architecture Roedel, Jeff. “In the Thick of It.” 225 Magazine, Baton Rouge, LA: July 2006:12. Article discussing competition entry High Density for Higher Ground by emerymcclure architecture Riegel, Stephanie. “An Idea Built on Not-So-Firm Ground.” Country Roads Country Roads Magazine, Baton Rouge, LA: Dorcas Woods Brown, August 2006:39- 41 Article featuring the research work of emerymcclure architecture McClure, Michael. “Improvisation, Not (just) Contingency.” Batture- Contingency vol. 2 no. 1. The LSU School of Architecture 2006:44-51, Article discussing works by emerymcclure architecture Downtown Development District. “Beauregard Town Tour Homes.” Restoration Renaissance 2003: A Celebration of Urban Living and Historic Neighborhood (2003): 24, Article on 628 St. Joe house by emerymcclure architecture Martin, Karen. “Something Different.” The Advocate (November 29, 2002): 1-2C. Cover story of People Section, Article on 640max house by emerymcclure architecture “Alumni Profiles.” Architecture News. St. Louis: Washington University in St. Louis School of Architecture (Fall 2002.) Interview for alumni profiles discussing the work of emerymcclure architecture Boge, Patricia. “Pure Time and Reconstructed Architecture” Imaging Realms; Remaking Worlds ACSA West Regional Meeting Conference Proceedings (November 2002): 31-35 Published by The Department of Architecture, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA Downtown Development District. “Beauregard Town Tour Homes.” Right Place Right Time, Restoration Renaissance 2000 (September 2000): 30-32, article on 640max house by emerymcclure architecture The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report, 11/00 "Two National Magazines Feature Downtown", 640max house, emerymcclure architecture EXHIBITIONS International FCDC 2015 Jury Selection Finalists, Field Constructs Design Competition Exhibition, November 13-23, 2015 “FRINGE,” Sponsored by the University of Texas, Mebane Gallery, Austin, TX. Unbuilt Visions 2013 Ankara, d3 Exhibition, January 7-January 21, 2014 Grand Prize Awardee design project featured in association with Creative Initiative and the TSDM Turkish Architectural Center in Ankara Palisade Bay / Mississippi Delta: Constructing with Water, Venice Biennale, August 29-November 11, 2010 Design Contributor and Member of the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio submission 12th International Architecture Exhibition “Workshopping,” US Pavilion Renewing the Mississippi Delta: Building Land with water, DELTAS2010: World Delta Dialogues, October 17-20, 2010 Design Contributor and Member of the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio exhibit in New Orleans Sponsored by Chevron North America Exploration and Production

Academy Architects at the Acquario, Casa dell’Architettura, Rome Italy, 6/03-6/19/09 International architecture exhibit featuring emerymcclure architecture Sponsored by the Ordine Degli Architetti Pianficatori Paesaggisti e Conservatori

Fellows’ Annual Open Studios, American Academy in Rome, Italy, 5/27-5/20/09 “Dredging for Ostia” by emerymcclure architecture Champagne, Firebird, Yardbird, Art and Architecture Exhibit, American Academy in Rome, Italy, 11/08 Curated Selection of selected works by emerymcclure architecture CounterMEASURES, Architecture Exhibition, University of Texas, Austin, TX, November 1-16, 2007 “SlipJoint Tectonic” Design Invitational submission by emerymcclure architecture Resilient Foundations: The Gulf Coast After Katrina, Venice Biennale, September 10-November 19, 2006 “TERRA VISCUS hybrid tectonic nature” research works by emerymcclure architecture 10th International Architecture Exhibition “Cities Architecture and Society”, Italian Pavilion


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EXHIBITIONS International, cont. Metropolis Magazine, International Contemporary Furniture Fair, NY, NY, 5/01 “Metropolitan Images” – How cities and suburbs and other places are digitally represented” Collaborative Film between Metropolis Magazine, Center for Urban Pedagogy, Design+Urbanism Digital essay of Baton Rouge submitted by emerymcclure architecture National INSTALL@NCBDS, Advanced Spatial Design, COA University of Houston, TX. Feb. 25-29, 2015 ThatchSquatch 2 Installation by emerymcclure architecture Engaging Media, NCBDS31, COA University of Houston, TX. Feb. 25-29, 2015 Poster Exhibit of LSU ARCH 2003 course platform. co-taught w/Kristen Kelsch & Kelli Cunningham WUSTL Women in Architecture Exhibition, Washington University in St. Louis, MO. Nov 5-7, 2014 Multiple drawings by emerymcclure architecture exhibited WUSTL Architecture Alumni Exhibition, Washington University in St. Louis, MO. May 15-31, 2014 Multiple drawings by emerymcclure architecture exhibited Dredge Fest Louisiana, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA Jan. 11-12, 2014 Symposium and Exhibition, “Coastal Caretaker” competition winner exhibited. Tene’, Washington University in St. Louis Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, St. Louis, MO. Oct. 17-22, 2011 Design-Build Exhibit of 10 winning entries for the Sukkah City STL competition. With Drew Shawver NOkat, Poster Session, 96th Annual ACSA Meeting, University of Houston, Houston TX, March 27-30, 2008 Juried Selection of NOkat project by emerymcclure architecture High Density for High Ground. The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, April 7-May 18, 2006 Architectural Record Competition Exhibition for Hurricane Katrina Housing emerymcclure architecture competition entry 3060900506. An exhibit including selected works from Issues 05 and 06. 9/10-30/04 “Gumbo Practice” by emerymcclure architecture, Exhibited at the UM TCAUP Gallery, Room 2216 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Build Boston, 11/16-18/04. “ABF barn” by emerymcclure architecture An exhibit of the 2004 BSA’s Unbuilt Architecture Design Awards submissions, Boston, MA Final Selections DCA 2004 Design Communication Exhibition “Veranda Prototype House 2003 and hhsg Prototype House 2003” 11th Biannual Conference of the Design Communication Association, 01/04 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA AIA Regional Award Winners 2002 Exhibition AIA National Convention, May 9-11, 2002, Charlotte, NC Award-winning “640max house” by emerymcclure architecture featured in exhibit ‘Anticipation+Memory; gender.space.ideologies, 4/01 “emerymcclure architecture,” University of Detroit Mercy, School of Architecture and Women’s Studies Board, Exhibit address – http://www.arch.udmercy.edu/exhibit/htm. ACSA Student Award Winners 2001-2002 Exhibition ACSA National Conference, March 14-17, 2003, Louisville, KY Three award-winning student projects from Spring 2002 ACSA Competitions featured Regional/Local Selections from the UL College of Art Faculty, Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, Univ. of Louisiana at Lafayette, LA. June 12-Dec. 20, 2015 ThatchSquatch 2 Installation by emerymcclure architecture State of the Coast Conference, New Orleans, LA 6, 25-27, 2012 “Fort Proctor: a conditional preservation,” Film Exhibit with LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio Grant findings from 2011-12 research funding American Institute of Architects Louisiana State Convention, Baton Rouge, LA 09/10 Past Present Future, Digital Exhibit of works by AIA Architects emerymcclure architecture projects featured, Alluvial City, CounterMeasures and New Orleans Revisited Smart Growth, a conference hosted by Plan Baton Rouge, 04/03 Habitat for Humanity, Baton Rouge Chapter Design Competition Exhibition emerymcclure architecture, Veranda Housing Prototype and HHSG Housing Prototype


URSULA EMERY McCLURE EXHIBITIONS Regional/Local cont. American Institute of Architects Louisiana State Convention, Lafayette, LA, 09/02 Award-winning “640max house” by emerymcclure architecture featured in exhibit American Institute of Architects Louisiana State Convention, Lafayette, LA, 09/02 Award-winning “blumRoom” by emerymcclure architecture featured in exhibit www.felixcandela.com, 8/02 to present, Website featuring Felix Candela and the urban context of Mexico City Developed from multiple research grants by emerymcclure architecture homelands, ACSA Southeast Regional Conference, 10/00 JUBILEE 2000 - Parish Church for Our Lady of Guadalupe ‘TRIENNIAL - DESIGN CULTURE NOW’, Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum, New York, NY, 5/00 Matchbox House, Gluckman Mayner Architects, design team Curator, LSU CoAD School of Architecture Exhibits Rome - 11/15, The Rome Prize - 11/09, CHICAGO: school of architecture field photos - 3/06, LSU College of Art and Design Student Design Show -2/04, Historic Details Garden ‘The History of the Modern Detail’ – 99-03, ‘Site - 10/01, ‘why architects draw’ - 10/00, ‘Body cubes - Architecture of Experience ’- 11/00, ‘The Fifth Year Fall Show - 2/00, ‘The MASK’ - 1/00, ‘The Architecture Student Art Show’ - 3/00, ‘The Faculty Show’- 4/00, ‘The Second Year Gate Show’ - 4/00

L E C T U R E S , P R E S E N TAT I O N S , J U R I E S International Invited Critic, 12/15-18/15, Graduate Reviews, Univ. of Calgary, School of Architecture, Calgary, Alberta, Canada “Nuova Ostia Antica,” 8/15, Univ. of Arkansas Rome Center Design Lecture Series, Rome Italy CHAMP Speaker, 7/14, Chevron Corporation Gulf of Mexico Business Unit, NOCCA, New Orleans, LA Chevron Advanced Management Program (CHAMP) is Chevron’s preeminent program for developing exceptional leaders. Presentations to showcase some of our most valued partners to give the CHAMP participants an idea of Chevron’s initiatives in the Gulf of Mexico.

Session Chair and Author, 5/14, EDRA45: Building with Change, New Orleans, LA. Paper Presenter, 2/14“Digital Surrogacy in Ephemeral Sites.” 2014 Atmosphere Symposium on Action. Univ. of Manitoba. Invited Critic, 12/10, Graduate Reviews, McGill University, School of Architecture, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. “Town and Country: Speculations on a Hybrid,” 10/18/10, International Making Cities Livable Conference, Charleston, SC “Ostia, Old and New,” 6/03/2009, Ostia Antica, Rome, Italy “Dredging for Ostia,” 2/24/2009, American Academy of Rome, Rome, Italy Invited Critic, 11/08, 4th year Reviews, Tulane University, School of Architecture, Rome, Italy Invited Critic, 5/09, Reviews, Pratt University, School of Architecture, Rome, Italy National Design Jury and Thesis Critic, 5/16, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN Invited Critic, 5/15, Final Reviews, Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ Invited Juror, 12/5-6/13, ALAGASCO Competition, Auburn University School of Architecture, Auburn, AL “Fort Proctor,” 3/23/13, Alliance of Historic Landscape Preservation Annual Meeting, Lynchburg, VA Invited Juror, 7/6/12, 12th Annual ACSA/AISC Steel Design Student Competition, Washington DC Invited Critic, 4/12, Final Reviews, Auburn University, School of Architecture, Auburn, AL “Against Specialization” 3/28/12, Richard F. Hansen Lecture in Architecture, Iowa State University, Ames, IA “Practice and Teaching,”5/11, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY “a research practice,” 4/1/11, American Institute of Architecture Students South Quad Conference Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, LA

“Practice and Teaching,” 3/11, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA “Looking for a more vibrant future,”1/21/11, College of Architecture Art + Design Lecture Series, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

Invited Critic, 4/10, Final Reviews, University of Tennessee, College of Architecture and Design, Knoxville, TN Invited Critic, 5/10, Graduate Reviews, Catholic University, School of Architecture and Planning, Washington DC “emerymcclure practices” 3/24/2010, School of Architecture Lecture Series, LSU, CoA+D, Baton Rouge, LA “a year in Rome,” 10/30/2009, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, School of Architecture, Lafayette, LA Invited Panelist, 3/08, “Journal of Architectural Education (JAE): Alternative Practices.” One of 3 firms featured at Special Focus Session at the 96th Annual ACSA Meeting

“Recent Work by emerymcclure architecture,” 4/18, University of Louisiana – Lafayette, Lafayette, LA Invited Critic, 5/06, Thesis Reviews, Syracuse University, School of Architecture, Syracuse, NY


URSULA EMERY McCLURE L E C T U R E S , P R E S E N TAT I O N S , J U R I E S National cont. “Practice and Teaching,” 4/06, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA “Recent Work by emerymcclure architecture,” 10/05, Auburn University, Auburn, AL Invited Critic, 5/05, Graduate Reviews, Washington University in St. Louis, School of Architecture, St. Louis, MO “Flannery O’Connor as Precedent for Architecture in the American South,” 2/05 Panel Discussion: Transcending Boundaries and Building a New Aesthetic 2005 Conference of National Association for Humanities Education, Richmond Virgina

Invited Critic, 4/05, 5th Year Reviews, Mississippi State University, School of Architecture, Starkville, MS Invited Critic, 3/04, Thesis Reviews, Auburn University, School of Architecture, Auburn, AL Invited Critic, 12/03, 5th year Reviews, University of Arkansas, School of Architecture, Fayetteville, AK “Recent Work by emerymcclure architecture,” 3/02, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah “Proving the Supposed Arbitrary Original,” 3/02, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah "Felix Candela Field Study Lectures,” 6/02, Louisiana State University, College of Design, Mexico City, MX. “memory and projection, Recent Work by emerymcclure architecture,” 10/01 University of Clemson, School of Architecture, Clemson, S.C.

"Experiment, Research, Produce," 3/00, Drury University, Hammons School of Architecture, Springfield, MO Regional/Local Panel Discussion: The Environmental Imagination of New Orleans 2015 The Dream Caravan Symposium, New Orleans, LA

Fort Proctor, 12/02/11, Board of Supervisors’ Spouses Luncheon, Chancellor’s Office, LSU LA Tectonic, 4/25/11, Coastal Sustainability Studio, LSU The Rome Project, 10/11/10, School of Landscape Architecture, LSU College of Art and Design Show me Yours, 10/01/06 and 10, School of Architecture AIAS, LSU College of Art and Design Mukul Verma, “Bucky’s Dome,” Gambit Weekly Baton Rouge Vol. 3 No. 7 (February 15, 2001): 13-16 RESEARCH GRANTS Funded “The Louisiana Delta Research Minor,” Academic Year 2014-15 Member of Interdisciplinary University Team to research the creation of LSU Academic Program $500,000 W.M. Keck Grant monies granted to prepare Undergraduate Research Minor. “Building in Water-Miami Marine Studio,” Academic Semester, Spring 2015 Principle Professor, MARCH Design Studio funded by the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio $16,600 monies granted

“Symbiotic Design-LSU Chevron ShoreBase,” Academic Semester, Spring 2014 Principle Professor, MARCH Design Studio funded by the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio $10,000 monies granted

“Fort Pike, Rigolets – HABS Level 1,” Academic Year 2013-14 Principal Investigator, HABS Documentation project funded by the National Park Service through the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, $40,210 monies granted. “Fort Macomb, Chef Menteur Pass – HABS Level 1,” Academic Year 2012-13 Principal Investigator, HABS Documentation project funded by the National Park Service through the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, $26,100 monies granted, grant declined because of cut in requested funding. “Understanding the Local for Global Applications,” Academic Semester, Spring 2013 Principle Professor, MArch Design Studio project funded by the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio $5,500 monies granted “Fort Proctor, Lake Borgne – HABS Level 1,” Academic Year 2011-12 Principal Investigator, HABS Documentation project funded by the National Park Service through the Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism, $52,340 monies granted. “Strategies and Speculations – Historical Preservation Methods for at risk Coastal Sites, Case Study 1 – Fort Proctor,” Academic Year 2011-12, project funded by the Louisiana State University Coastal Sustain ability Studio, $20,520 monies granted “Hurricane Arch Study: An Architectural Site Analysis and Land Use Proposal Regarding Hurricane Protection And An Eco-Tourism Park On the Gulf Coast Between Freshwater Bayou and Southwest Pass,” Summer 2010 CO-PI, project funded by the Louisiana Department of Economic Development for the University of Louisiana at Lafayette School of Architecture Building Institute, $14,250 monies granted


URSULA EMERY McCLURE RESEARCH GRANTS Funded cont. Faculty Research and Development Funds, Fall 03 and Fall 04 Louisiana State University, CoAD, Awarded $850 for Travel to ACSA National Conference “A Re-Examination of Felix Candela in the Realm of Contemporary Architectural Discourse”, Summer 01 Project funded by the LSU Office of Research and Graduate Studies Council on Research Summer Travel Grant, $5000 in monies for Photographic and Archival Research Office of Research and Graduate Studies, 5/01 “Honoring LSU’s Visual & Performing Artists”, Research Travel Grant, $1000 Office of Research and Graduate Studies, 4/01, Junior Faculty Travel Stipend, $722 Monies granted for travel to The ACSA National Conference support the presentation and publication of authored paper “Felix Candela – Experiment” “Design Build Charrette,” Spring 00 Project funded by the McMains Foundation of Baton Rouge, LA Materials Grant, $1000 in monies for construction of seating for the Baton Rouge School of the Performing and Visual Arts, arts pavilion. Not Funded AIA LFRT Building Information in the Design Industry RFP, Co-PI, Fall 06 AIA LFRT Grant Proposal “Dynamic Data Interface and Visualization for Building Information Modeling Analysis of Life-Cycle Implications”, $41,817.00 in monies for BIM research studio and published reports SERVICE Professional and Scholarly Member, LSU School of Landscape Architecture, Thesis Committee, 2015, MLA Candidate Cheryl Lough “The Cost of Design: A Life-Cycle Assessment of Green Infrastructure Technology.” Member, AIA (National) Historic American Building Survey (HABS) Coordinating Committee, 2014-2017 Moderator, EDRA45 Conference, New Orleans, LA Track 05, Session 04-05: Delicate Adjustments of the Local and Global, 5/28-5/31, 2014 Thesis Chair, LSU School of Architecture, Honors Thesis, 13-14, BARCH Candidate Elliot Manuel “LA Rising, Revealing the Stratum.” LSU Honors College Outstanding Thesis Award Member, LSU School of Art, Thesis Committee, 13-14, MFA Candidate James Osborne IV “Danger Shelter Opportunity.” Moderator, ARCC Architectural Research Conference, Charlotte, NC History_01: Maps, Media and Models of Architectural History, 3/27-30/13 Member, AIA National Board Knowledge Committee, 2011 Associate Editor, D3:dialog, New York, NY, 2010-Present Director, ACSA Southwest Region, 7/08 to 7/11 Regionally Elected Board Member of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Chair, Regional Director’s Committee, 10-11 Chair, Awards Committee, 10-11 Thesis Chair, LSU School of Architecture, Masters Thesis, 11-13, MARCH/MSEng Candidate Taylor Alphonso “Sustainable Architecture Addressing the Conditions of Poverty and Homelessness.” External Reviewer, Tenure and Promotion for Jason Sowell, Summer 2011 Promotion to Associate Professor and Tenure review for School of Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin

Member, LSU School of Architecture, Masters Thesis Committee, 10-11 MARCH Candidate James Legeai, “Work in Process: Inhabiting Matter in Time.” Juror, American Institute of Architects Nebraska Annual Design Awards, 2010 Moderator, ACSA Annual Meeting, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA Flood Architecture, REbuilding, 03/10 External Reviewer, Tenure and Promotion for Lisa Henry Benham, Fall 2008 Promotion to Associate Professor and Tenure review for School of Architecture, University of Utah


URSULA EMERY McCLURE SERVICE cont. Professional and Scholarly Founding Editor, Volume 6, ″Reciprocity,” Batture, LSU School of Architecture, Fall 10 Collaborative Assembly with the topic editors Dr. Frank Bosworth and Marsha Cuddeback Volume 4, ″Amnesiascope,” Batture, LSU School of Architecture, Fall 08 Collaborative Assembly with the topic editor Greg Watson (Miss. State) Volume 3, ″High Winds Hard Rain,” Batture, LSU School of Architecture, Fall 07 Collaborative Assembly with the topic editor’s Jim Sullivan and David Bertolini Volume 2,”Contingency,” Batture, LSU School of Architecture, Fall 06 Collaborative Assembly with the topic editor’s Jim Sullivan and David Bertolini Editor, “Volume 1,”Critical Regionalism,” Batture, LSU School of Architecture, Fall 04 Editor, Assembler, and Founder of Annual Journal featuring the Design Voices of the Southern Region Collaborative Assembly with the School of Art’s Graphic Design Department Paper Reviewer, ACSA Regional Meetings 2005 Southwest “Improvisation,” Central “Interventions + Experimentation,” Southeast “Territorial Practices.” Member, ACSA Southwest Region Nominations Committee, 04-05 Moderator, 2005 Conference of National Association for Humanities Education, Richmond, Virginia Panel Discussion: Bridging Divides: Teaching the Humanities, 2/05 Paper Reviewer, ACSA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL “Open Sessions,” the art of architecture/the science of architecture 11/04 Lecturer and tour guide, 2004 AIA Louisiana Design Conference, 10/04 “Buckminster Fuller’s Geodesic Dome” – The Union Tank Car Company, Baton Rouge, LA Juror, American Institute of Architects Virginia 11th Annual Inform Awards, 5/03 Inform Architecture+Design in the Mid-Atlantic Annual awards program Mentor, American Institute of Architects Louisiana, 2/03 Professional Mentor for 5th year Architecture Student Ashley Lechtenberg, Student-Architect Mentorship Program

Paper Reviewer, ACSA Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY “Open Sessions,” Recalibrating Centers and Margins, 11/02 Moderator, ACSA West Regional Meeting, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA Imagining Realms; Remaking Worlds, Fall 2002 Paper Reviewer, ACSA West Regional Meeting, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA Imagining Realms; Remaking Worlds, Fall 2002 Judge, 3rd Year Student Competition, Spring 2002, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, LA Panelist, ACSA Annual Meeting 2002, New Orleans, LA, “Globalization,” A Critical Conversation Guest Juror Louisiana State University, School of Landscape Architecture, Baton Rouge, LA//University of Louisiana – Lafayette, School of Architecture, Lafayette, LA//Southern University, School of Architecture, Baton Rouge, LA//LSU, School of Art, Dept. of Interior Design, Baton Rouge, LA //Louisiana Tech University, School of Architecture, Ruston, LA//Tulane University, New Orleans, LA//Columbia University, New York, NY//Pratt Institute School of Architecture, New York, NY//North Carolina State University, Durham, NC Institutional Member, Department of Economics Program Review, LSU E.J. Ourso College of Business, Fall 2016 Coordinator, LSU Graduate School of Architecture, 13-17 Chair, LSU School of Architecture Faculty Development Committee, 13-14. Member, LSU School of Architecture Faculty Development Committee, 99-00, 03-04, 05-06, 12-17. Faculty Advisor, Association of Historic Preservation Students, 10-17. ACSA Councilor, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, 10-11 Chair, LSU School of Architecture Curriculum Committee, 11-13, Member 14-17. Chair, LSU School of Architecture Faculty Search Committee, 09-10, 11-12, 16-17 Member, LSU CoAD, Awards Committee, 07-17 Director, LSU CoAD, Lectures and Exhibits and Public Relations, 06-08 Chair, LSU CoAD Curriculum Committee, 06-08, Member 05-06 Member, LSU College of Art and Design School of Architecture Director’s Search Committee, 06-08 Chair, LSU School of Architecture Lectures, Exhibits, and Public Relations Committee 99-06


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Institutional cont. Upper- Level Coordinator, BARCH Program, LSU, 04-06 Faculty Advisor, American Institute of Architecture Students, 05-08 Member, Faculty Senate Communications and Development Committee, 05-07 Member, Curriculum Committee, LSU School of Architecture, 99-present Administrator, Arch 480g, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, 7/10-28/04 Latin American Studies Abroad Program, Mexico City, MX, 10 Students Member, LSU College of Art and Designs Woodshop Committee, 02-04 Member, LSU College of Art and Design Dean’s Search Committee, 01-02 Member, LSU College of Art and Design Teacher of the Year Committee, 01-02 Member, LSU Union Visual Arts Committee, 01-02, 03-04 Member, LSU School of Architecture Bylaws Committee, Fall 00 Dean’s Representative, Doctoral General Exams, 9/00, 10/01, 11/04, 11/06, 05/07, 01/11, 03/12, 11/16 Member, Phi Kappa Phi Junior Faculty Award Committee, Louisiana State University, 03-05 Member, LSU College of Design Lecture Committee, LSU, 99-01, 04-05 Member, LSU Design Resource Center Committee, LSU, 99-01 Community AIA Louisiana Session Moderator, 2015 Annual Convention, Baton Rouge, LA “Traditionalists to Millenials - Lessons for Hiring and Employment” AIA Representative, ULL Master’s Candidate Brandon Leger, David Williams Award for Outstanding Thesis. "Maintaining Interdependence Between Old and New Through the Interface of Architecture." Fall 2012 AIA Representative, ULL Master’s Candidate Kerry Frey, “ruins.” 2011 Academic Year Habitat for Humanity, Baton Rouge Chapter, Spring and Summer 03 Donation of design and professional services for the preparation of ‘100th House’ Construction Docs. Member, Beauregard Town Civic Organization, Baton Rouge, LA, Fall 02-06 Member, St. Joseph’s Cathedral Building Maintenance Committee, Baton Rouge, LA, Fall 02 -06 Red Stick Farmers Market, Baton Rouge, LA, Fall 01 Donation of design consultation for new permanent facilities for market located in Downtown Garage Restoration Renaissance 2000 - Committee Member, Baton Rouge, LA, Fall 00 Downtown Development District, organized and participated in the workings of the activity LSU Office of Community of Design and Development, Charrette Participant, Baton Rouge, LA, Fall 00 I-10 Corridor Study, District 1 and District 2 Design Build Charrette - Creator and Facilitator, Baton Rouge, LA, 4/00 Joint Venture w/ LSU, Drury University, Office of Community Design & Development, and Baton Rouge School of the Performing and Visual Arts, K-5.


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REFERENCES Please allow me ample time to inform my current institution before contacting my references. Jori Erdman, AIA Recent Director and Current Professor, School of Architecture Louisiana State University 136 Atkinson Hall Baton Rouge, LA 70803 mobile: 225-328-2672 jerdman@lsu.edu Bradley Cantrell, ASLA Director of MLA Degree Program Associate Professor in Landscape Architectural Technology Harvard Graduate School of Design 302 Gund Hall 48 Quincy Street Cambridge, MA mobile: 617-775-6442 bcantrell@visual-logic.com Graham Livesey, PhD, MRAIC Associate Dean (Academic - Architecture) and Professor Master of Architecture Program Faculty of Environmental Design University of Calgary 2500 University Drive NW Calgary, Alberta Canada, T2N 1N4 Tel: (403) 220-8671 Fax: (403) 284-4399 Email: livesey@ucalgary.ca Kristi Cheramie Associate Professor and Undergraduate Chair, Landscape Architecture Section Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture 224 Knowlton Hall The Ohio State University 275 West Woodru Avenue Columbus, OH 43210-113 school: 614-292-0081 mobile: 225-229-5296 cheramie.1@osu.edu David Bertolini, PhD, Professor Chair / Department of Architecture & Landscape Architecture NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY Renaissance Hall 650 NP Avenue, Fargo, ND 58102 Phone: 701-231-5761 mobile: 701-412-1745 david.bertolini@ndsu.edu or david@bertolini.net

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