Meghan Hawkins 5800 N. Kent Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217
LEED, Green Associate
T: (414) 333-9163
Area of Interest Study Abroad Study Focus
University of Oregon, graduated 2012 Bachelor of Architecture Minors: Business, Landscape Architecture, Art History Delivering high quality sustainable and appropriate solutions through the blending of ecological, community, and educational goals. Rome Design Program, 2010 Passive Heating and Cooling Human Context of Architecture Enclosures Structures 1-2
Environmental Control Systems Landscape Preservation Civic Agriculture
AutoCAD 2012 Revit 2012 Photoshop
Illustrator InDesign SketchUp
Site Models Iterative Sketch Models Presentation Models Topographic Model Bases
Computer and Hand Drafting Conceptual sketches and Ideation Hand-Rendering: Pen, Colored Pencil Photoshop Conceptual Renderings
Collaborating with teams of varied backgrounds, experience, and disciplines Solving complex design problems and group disagreements with focus, determination and organization Bringing enthusiasm, dedication, and a strong sense of purpose to every task
Experience Sustainable Cities Initiative
Connected with educators, environmental experts, experienced school architects and the city of Springfield, Oregon, to provide innovative and up-to-date solutions for a new K-8 school. Collaborated with an interdisciplinary team of planners, landscape architecture, environmental studies, architecture students and the Salem Oregon community and local government to produce ideas for the sustainable redevelopment and reinvigoration of the downtown.
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center
Assistant Teacher International
Dedicated volunteer since August 2012, over 25 hours per week, guiding preschoolers towards an understanding of ecology as an assistant teacher, preserving habitat as a land steward, and running the front desk. Serving as a mentor and resource to first year architecture students, advancing their understanding and communication of ideas. Lived and studied in Germany and Rome for a total of 12 months, and studied a number of works by Carlo Scarpa and Gunther Behnisch.