kelly lynne clarke architectural portfolio
kelly lynne clarke architectural portfolio

 

Education

 

Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI (Sept 2006-May 2011)

 

Bachelor of Science in Architecture/Master of Architecture

School of Architecture, Art, and Historic Preservation

Honors: Magna cum laude - Recipient of the Henry Adams Certificate, awarded to the second ranked architecture graduate - Dean’s List most semesters - GPA of 3.72

Memberships: American Institute of Architecture Students - Alpha Chi Honor Society - Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society

Study Abroad: Palazzo Rucellai in Florence, Italy (Spring 2009): Study of Italian Renaissance architecture and contemporary ideas of restoration - Honor’s Program junior service project: organized an auction of student artwork to benefit the victims of the L’Aquila earthquake

 

Minor in Anthropology & Sociology, Feinstein College of Arts and Sciences

Study Abroad: Service learning trip to Santarém, Brazil (January 2011): Study of sustainable development in Amazonia - Reforestation project

 

University Honors Program

Honors: Awarded the Presidential Excellence Scholarship, the university’s highest scholarship

Requirements: Honors level core curriculum courses - Junior year service project - Senior thesis

 

Professional Experience

 

Tutor, Architectural Technology I & II, Roger Williams University (Sept 2010-May 2011)

Supervisor: Professor Mete Turan

Class description: Study of the properties of different building systems on both a technical and creative level, both engineering problems and design projects

Responsibilities: Grade homework and projects, Individual help, Weekly reviews, Test preparatory reviews

 

Library Monitor, Architecture Library, Roger Williams University (May 2008-May 2011)

Supervisor: Claudia DeAlmeida, John Schlinke

Responsibilities: Supervise the library, Assist students in research, Manage library media

 

Teaching Assistant, Summer Academy of Architecture, Roger Williams University (July 2008)

Supervisor: Jula Bernert

Class description: Month-long summer program for high school students interested in studying architecture

Responsibilities: Help and critique students in design studio, Assist in field trips, General mentor

 

Administrative Assistant, Aerosance Inc. (Aug 2006-Dec 2007)

Supervisor: President Steve Smith

Company description: Aerospace engineering firm

Responsibilities: Administrative tasks, Attend to the front desk, Answer phones, Greet clients

 

Relevent Skills and Interests

 

Skills: Hand and digital drafting - Model construction - Digital model construction and rendering - Digital photography - Library research - Strong organization skills - Sociological and anthropological research

 

Software: Adobe inDesign - Adobe Photoshop - Autodesk AutoCAD - Autodesk Revit - Autodesk 3ds Max Design - Microsoft Office Suite