Adjunct Assistant Professor
School of Architecture
Office: CAPPA 216, E-mail: email@example.com
Education:Master of Architecture (M. ARCH)
University of Texas at Austin, 2013
Bachelor of Science in Architecture (B.S. ARCH)
University of Virginia, 2010
Amanda Kronk is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture. Most recently, she worked at SWA in Dallas as a project designer where she was engaged in urban planning, landscape architecture, and research design. She previously worked at Lake|Flato Architects in San Antonio as an intern architect and Lewis Tsurumaki Lewis in New York City as a member of their Rising Currents exhibition team. She is LEED accredited with a specialization in Building Design + Construction. Her research focuses on wildlife migration courses and habitation patterns as critical components of infrastructure within the framework of development, in which she titled “Wildlife Infrastructure.” This research originated as an SWA firm fellowship for research design and was the subject of Amanda’s speaking engagements at the 2015 ULI Spring Sustainable Development Council Meeting and the 2015 International Urban Wildlife Conference. “Wildlife Infrastructure” received a 2015 Texas ASLA Merit Award for Research.