Design Integration Laboratory

Jenny E. Young


Assistant Professor of Architecture

Example Teaching

Architecture 282

Teaching Responsibilities

ARCH 181/82: Introductory Architectural Design
ARCH 484/584: Intermediate Architectural Design
ARCH 449/549: Architectural Programming
ARCH 681/682: Graduate Architectural Design: Option III

Education

Master of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, 1974
Bachelor of Arts, Vassar College, 1970

Registration

Registered Architect: Oregon

Teaching Experience

University of Oregon, Assistant Professor, 1989-present
University of Oregon, Adjunct Assistant Professor, 1981-89
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visiting Assistant Professor, 1977-78

Selected Research

Architectural Design: McCullough Storage and Office Buildings, West Tisbury, MA, 1993-94, with Donald Corner; Meyer Residence Addition (Jethro Ripley House), Edgartown, MA, 1989-93; Clifton Residence Addition and Remodeling, Eugene, OR, 1988-90; McKnight-Young Residence Remodeling and Additions, Berkeley, CA, 1990; Women's Rights National Historic Park Competition, Seneca Falls, NY, 1987, with Glenda Utsey and Marsha Ritzdorf; University of Oregon Science Building's Additions and Alterations, Winter, 1986; Consultant to Ratcliff Associates, Architects, on developing a pattern language for the site and building issues with Donald Corner and Fred Tepfer; Quinn-Haroon Residence, Boston, MA 1983-84, with Donald Corner; Young Residence Remodeling, La Crescenta, CA, 1983-84.

Research Projects in Rural Health Care: Alsea Clinic Program, 1994-continuing; Master Plan for Blue Mountain Hospital, John Day, OR, 1994-continuing; Glendale Climes Clinic, Glendale, OR , spring 1994; Public Health Office in Burns, OR, spring 1994; Prairie City Medical Clinic, Prairie City, OR, 1993-present.

Articles/Papers: Case Study: the Design of a Health Clinic as a Component in Revitalizing the Main Street in Prairie City, OR," l5th International Making Cities Liveable Conference, San Francisco, CA, February 1994. "Technology and Town Form," ACSA Technology Conference, 1992, San Diego, CA, February 1992; "Making Vivid Towns: A Look at How Design Decisions Affect the Character of Edgartown and Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard," Small Town, Volume 22, Number 3, November-December 1991, pp. 4-15; "A Tale of Two Towns: Edgartown and Oak Bluffs," Eleventh Chautauqua in Mississippi: The Small Town: Image and Reality, Mississippi State University, October 1990. "Pattern Language as a tool for Teaching Beginning Students," with Rob Thallon, Conference on Teaching First Year Design, University of New Mexico, 1988; "Proposal for a New School of Architecture," with Jesse Reichek, Jim Bagnall, Tom Videko, Berkeley, California, 1974.

Professional Experience

Perry, Dean, Stahl & Rogers, Architects and Planners, Boston, MA, 1978-80; U.S. Forest Service, Architecture Branch, San Francisco, CA, 1974, 1976; Center for Environmental Structure, Berkeley, CA, Project member of the Mexacali Project, 1975-76.

Send e-mail: jyoung@darkwing.uoregon.edu

Posted 95.09.28 KMM, rev. 96.02.05


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