Zaneta Hong, lecturer in Landscape Architecture, together with Teaching Fellow Phoebe White, was awarded a Certificate of Teaching Excellence. The award is sponsored by the Harvard University Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, in cooperation with the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Education.
Hong teaches an undergraduate architecture studio, Transformations, under the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the History of Art and Architecture Department. The studio introduces students to basic architectural concepts and techniques used in exploring questions of form, function, and material. Hong provides instruction in project analysis, visualization, and fabrication, using both mechanical and digital modeling techniques. Students in the course proceed through a series of progressively complex investigations of conceptual and material transformations, context and assemblages.
An awards ceremony and reception will be held on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 on the lower level of the CGIS South Building at 1730 Cambridge Street.