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Robert Bush

Robert Bush is a featured senior for the Architectural studies program in this year’s HAAARCH.  As an esteemed student within the program, Robert was hand selected by respected professors for Undergraduate Teaching Assistantship positions for HAA 1914: Architecture and Computer Applications and SA 1430: Perspective Drawing.  Due to this type of academic dedication and success, many of his productions have resulted in displays within several exhibitions designed to showcase students’ creative work, includ

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Jenna Briasco

Studying History of Art & Architecture and Historic Preservation, Jenna will be graduating in just a few short months. Over the last four years at Pitt, she has explored medieval and Renaissance history in depth and the Italian language, as well as more contemporary studies and the built environment. Since 2011, she has enjoyed interning with the Glen Ellyn Historical Society, Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and the University Art Gallery.

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Danny Augenbraun

I spent my freshman year as an undeclared and confused college student. After missing the fall semester of my sophomore year for reasons out of my control, I came back to the University of Pittsburgh with a new set of goals and newfound interest for learning. After declaring as an Art History major and a Studio Art minor I realized that I was finally pursuing what I was truly interested in. Currently, I am working with Prof.

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Paige Anderson

Paige Anderson is in her second year at the University of Pittsburgh as an Architectural Studies major with minors in Economics and Studio Arts.  Graduating with honors from East Aurora High School in Buffalo, NY, she intends to continue her slow migration Southwest at a graduate school studying either Urban Design, Industrial Design, or continuing Architecture.

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