Here is a summary of Catherine’s academic work including publications, presentations and specialized training.
MFA, Department of Interior Architecture, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2015
Thesis: Historic Character Preservation During Neighborhood Revitalization: A Mixed-methods Analysis
BA, Psychology, Double Minor in Spanish and Studio Art, Wake Forest University, 2008
2007. The Interfaith Arch, Wake Forest University, Outdoor Exhibit, Fall 2007-present.
2015. The Risk of Graduate School From A Student’s Perspective, IDEC Exchange, Fall 2015.
2014. Preservation North Carolina Special Edition: NC’s Rehabilitation Tax Credits, Winter 2014
2016. The Impact of Infill: Evolving Perspectives and New Insights, National Association of Preservation Commission’s FORUM, July 2016.
2016. Historic Character Preservation During Neighborhood Revitalization, 47th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, May 2016.
2015. Historic Character Preservation During Neighborhood Revitalization, Three Minute Thesis Competition, UNC Greensboro, November 2015.
2015. Historic Character Preservation During Neighborhood Revitalization, IDEC South Regional Conference, November 2015.
2015. Presentations in New Research: Historic Character Preservation During Neighborhood Revitalization, Preservation North Carolina Annual Conference, September 2015
2015. The Effect of Redevelopment on the Historic Character of Ole Asheboro: A Visual Analysis, Graduate Research and Creativity Expo, UNC Greensboro, April 2015
2015. Sustainable Glenwood: Preservation Guidelines for Sustainable Community Development, Graduate Research and Creativity Expo, UNC Greensboro, April 2015
2015. A Value Judgment: Defining the Phenomenological Aspect of Place, UNCG English Graduate Student Association Conference, The Power of Place: Investigating the Interactions between Ideology and Influence, March 2015.
2014. Sustainable Preservation: Exploring LEED for Neighborhood Development in a Historic Neighborhood, Interior Design Educator’s Council South Regional Conference, Tallahassee FL, October 2014.
2014. Sustainable Glenwood, American Institute of Architects Triad and the US Green Building Council NC Chapter: Keeping the ‘Green’ in Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, May 2014
2014. Sustainable Glenwood, Novem Mason Symposium on Community-Engaged Design, UNC Greensboro, April 2014.
2012. Solar Decathlon Team Tidewater Virginia’s Canopy House Interior Design Presentation to Michael Graves, Michael Graves & Associates, Princeton, NJ, December 2012
CONFERENCE AND SYMPOSIA ORGANIZED
2015. UNCG Department of Interior Architecture Graduate Symposium, The Ties That Bind: Exploring Place Memory, March 2015.
2015. National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Development Council’s Historic Real Estate Development Training, Philadelphia, PA, June 2015.
2014. Social Economic Environmental Design (SEED) Training, Public Design Institute, Charlottesville, VA, February 2014.
American Society of Interior Designers
Interior Design Educator’s Council
National Trust for Historic Preservation Forum
Urban Land Institute
Vernacular Architectural Forum
International Interior Design Association
Preservation Chapel Hill
Preservation North Carolina
Greenhorns Young Preservationists