Shelby Hagerman is a 2021 Master of Architecture graduate from Carleton University, where she also completed her Bachelor of Architectural Studies. Her thesis investigates New York City as a memory palace to explore agency and develop a collective planetary imagination to reframe climate change.
Shelby participated in the OAA Shift 2019 Infrastructure Architecture Challenge with three of her peers and Assistant Professor Zachary Colbert. Their winning project envisioned new methods to generate renewable energy in high-rise dwellings. She continues to conduct research on this project with Prof. Colbert, embracing interdisciplinary collaboration.
Shelby has also worked at the Parliamentary Protective Service, Indigenous Services Canada, and GRC Architects in Ottawa.
Bachelor of Architectural Studies — Carleton University
Master of Architecture — Carleton University
Introduction to Architecture ARCH 1000
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