Angeline C. Jacques

Angeline C Jacques is pursuing a Master of Architecture degree at MIT and has a deep interest in the intersections of architecture, urban history, and environmental planning. She has approached architecture from a number of different ways such as urban design publication, work with an advocacy non-profit, and the development industry. She originally hails from New Hampshire and completed her undergraduate degree at Princeton University in 2016.

Areas of Interest
Art and Technology, Civic Participation, Community Development, Globalization, Infrastructure Planning, International Development, Parks and Recreation, Postcolonialism, Theory of Urbanism, Urban Design, Visualization, Water Conservation

Professional Experience

2017 - Present
Teaching Assistant, MIT Architecture - 4.S00 The Human Factor in Innovation and Design Strategy
2016 - Present
Administrative Assistant, MIT Architecture Headquarters