Jodi Rios - Sam Fox School - Washington University in St. Louis
Jodi Rios Senior Lecturer, Washington University in St Louis Scholar, Institute for Public Health, Wash Univ. St Louis Spiro Kostof Fellow, University of CA, Berkeley www.samfoxschool.wustl.edu/portfolios/faculty/jodi_rios http://publichealth.wustl.edu/people/Pages/Pagedale.aspx Education University of California, Berkeley, PhD Candidate, expected 2014. Columbia University, New York, Master of Architecture, 1992 Washington University in St. Louis, Bachelor of Arts, Major of Architecture, 1990 Washington University Graduate Rome Fellowship, Summer 1989 Architectural Association of London, 1988-1989 Teaching Washington University in Saint Louis, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts Senior Lecturer (Part-time), Fall 2010-Present Visiting Assistant Professor (Full-time), Fall 2003-Spring 2010 Director, Community Design Initiative, 2007-2010 Director, Representation Curriculum, 1998-2002; 2005 Co-Director, Graduate Core, 2005 Affiliate Assistant Professor (Full-time), Spring 2001-Spring 2003 Lecturer (Part-time), Fall 1996-Fall 2000 Studios include: Graduate and Undergraduate Architecture Design Studios (19 total); Urban Issues Symposium; The Fragmented City Grad Seminar; Reconsidering the Margin Grad Seminar; The Description of Place Grad Seminar; Metropolitan Development Grad Seminar; Undergraduate and Graduate Graphic Representation, Architectural Drawing Telluride Association Summer Program, Ithaca, NY Washington University TASP Professor, 2007 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Architecture Thesis Advisor and Visiting Critic, Fall 2003 Practice Polzin Studio, Partner, Saint Louis, 1995-2009 LOTEK, Designer, Prague, CZ, 1993-1994 Perkins Eastman, Designer, New York, 1992-1993 Peter Eisenman Architects, Design Intern, New York, 1991 Studio Daniel Libeskind, Design Intern, Milan, 1988 Design Awards Tulum Archeological Museum, AIA Merit Award Arquitectum Observatory Design Competition, First Runner Up Green Chimneys School, AIA Design Award; Society of Registered Architects - National Design Award University of Connecticut, Campus Design, AIA Design Award Temple Beth Shalom, AIA, National Design Award - Religious Art and Architecture; Society of Registered Architects - National Design Award Publications Reconsidering the Margin. Chapter publication in Service-Learning in Design and Planning: Educating at the Boundaries, Tom Agnotti, Cheryl Doble and Paula Horrigan, eds., New Village Press, 2011. Page Avenue HIA: Building on Diverse Partnerships and Evidence to Promote a Healthy Community. Second-Author article with C. Hoehner; in Health and Place; February 2012. Suburban Ghettoization. Chapter publication (forthcoming) in Suburban Histories: Life, Culture, and Community, John Archer, ed. University of Minnesota Press, September 2012. Presented Papers Touching the Other, Peer-Reviewed Paper presented to the Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April 17, 2010. Relationships of Transformation, Peer-Reviewed Paper, invited to present at the Architecture Education Forum 4, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey, May 26-29, 2009.