EXST014: Discovering Architecture
If you dream of designing buildings, bridges or parks, this course will help you discover the many possibilities! Designed to explore careers in architecture, this course will allow you to learn about the different opportunities that exist within the field. You will both research world-recognized architects and meet successful local professionals within the fields of architecture, landscape architecture and urban design. Various architectural design and representation tools will be introduced and you will learn basic design principles; you'll quickly put this knowledge to work while completing your own design projects within the School of Architecture's studio environment. (Enrollment limit: 20).
EXST014 Studio Supply Package Fee: $80. Students enrolled in EXST014 are assessed an additional fee that covers the Studio Supply Package. The Studio Supply Package contains; Adjustable triangle, Pencil sharpener, Ruler, Trace paper roll, Hand scale, Sobo Glue, Plastic eraser, X-ACTO knife with safty cap, Replacement blades, Sign pens (various colors), Pencils (various types), 2-ply Bristol and Chipboard sheets for modeling, Drawing paper pad, and Sketchbook.
Jason C. Winters AIA, LEED AP, teaches this course. Mr. Winters holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Drexel University and a Master of Architecture degree from Syracuse University where he completed graduate studies through the MArchII program in Florence, Italy. He also holds a Master of Liberal Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University.
Mr. Winters is a practicing architect and Associate at CR Goodman Associates in Annapolis, Maryland where he specializes in healthcare architecture. He has completed over one hundred projects in the Baltimore-Washington corridor over the past ten years for a variety of local healthcare organizations. These projects range in scope from minor clinical renovations to comprehensive facility master plans. His clinical areas of expertise include surgical services and perioperative suites, nuclear medicine, neonatal intensive care, sterile processing, interventional radiology, cancer treatment, and pharmacy compliance.
As a member of the AIA, Mr. Winters is heavily involved with the organization at the local, state, and national level. He served on the board of the Chesapeake Bay Chapter of the AIA starting in 2004 and was acting chapter president in 2008. He also serves on the AIA Maryland board as a director as well as the Chairman of the Maryland Architect’s PAC Committee. At the national level, Mr. Winters is currently a member of the AIA National Board Advocacy Committee and the AIA National Education Committee.