Jayashree Shamanna has been teaching as an adjunct instructor at Marywood University School of Architecture (MUSOA) since the spring semester of 2010. Starting this semester, she will be joining the ranks of faculty at MUSOA. She received her Bachelor of Architecture from BMS College of Engineering in Bangalore, India and her Master of Science in Architecture from Texas A&M University in College Station Texas with an emphasis in Historic Preservation. She is also a Registered Architect of the State of New York. She currently teaches third year Design studio and Digital Media curriculum. In addition, she guest lectures the Architectural History course on Hindu & Buddhist Architecture.
Jayashree has worked on multiple projects in her career as an Architect in New York City, involving adaptive reuse, restorations and additions to historic structures. In all of her work, Jayashree has sought to be true to the sensitivity of the building designs and to the needs of the clients while integrating it all within the community setting. Jayashree strongly believes that the first step towards sustainability is the preservation of the built environment. She believes that her experience as a practitioner and the diverse background of her education melds well in today's global setting in getting her students prepared for the real world.
Apart from her academic work, she is currently involved in the local community in restoring a Historic Schoolhouse.
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