Danniely Staback

Danniely Staback obtained her bachelor's degree in Environmental Design from the University of Puerto Rico School ('13) , where she graduated as Summa Cum Laude. She then worked in several local design and architectural firms, including Muuaaa and Diaz Paunetto Arquitectos, where she collaborated in several award-winning projects. She was admitted at MIT SA+P as a Graduate Fellow. At MIT, she has been Teaching Assistant for graduate and undergraduate classes as well as Fabrication Shop Monitor. Work experiences have also taken her to New York City, Cambridge, and Zurich. As a student, she was deeply involved in housing and reconstruction projects in Rwanda and post-hurricane Puerto Rico. She has received the M. Pierce / Dean W. Emerson Fellowship Award, and the Schlossman Research Travel Award for her thesis on the implications of automation for the future of architecture and production. She was awarded the Alpha Ro Chi medal upon completion of her Masters degree, and was recently appointed post-graduate Teaching Fellow of the Department of Architecture at MIT.