Alexis Gregory

 Alexis Gregory

Title:

  • Associate Professor

Contacts:

agregory@caad.msstate.edu
Office: (662) 325-0722
240 Giles Hall

Overview

Summary:

Alexis Gregory is a registered architect and associate professor in the School of Architecture at Mississippi State University. She has earned a master of science in Architecture with a concentration in women’s studies and history from Clemson University, as well as a bachelor of architecture from Virginia Tech.

Education:

  • Master of Science (MS), Architecture, Clemson University, 2006
  • Bachelor of Architecture (BARC), Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1997

Research interests:

Her professional experience includes professional licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia and ten years working in various architecture firms in Washington, D.C. During this time, she worked on a variety of architectural project types such as residential, corporate interiors, shopping centers, grocery stores, speculative office buildings, environmental/sustainable design and nonprofit architecture.

Education

  • Master of Science (MS), Architecture, Clemson University, 2006
  • Bachelor of Architecture (BARC), Architecture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1997

Biography

Alexis Gregory is a registered architect and associate professor in the School of Architecture at Mississippi State University. She has earned a master of science in Architecture with a concentration in women’s studies and history from Clemson University, as well as a bachelor of architecture from Virginia Tech.

Publications

Book Review

  • Book Review of The Gender Gap in College: Maximizing the Developmental Potential of Women and Men. NASPA Journal . 2009

Conference Paper

  • Erasing the Product. 2018
  • The Movement to Service: Reflecting on the Evolution of Service in Architecture Education and Practice. 2018
  • University-Community Partnerships: Managing Expectations and Leadership. 2018
  • Empathizing with Clients: Teaching Students How to Design for ‘The Other’. 2018
  • Building Community and University Collaboration on Food Justice in Mississippi: Lessons from the MSU Learn and Grow Garden. 2016
  • A Case Study in Pedagogy for a Cross-Disciplinary Architecture/Construction Program. 2015
  • Transforming Architecture Through Symbiosis: Waste as a Resource. 2015
  • Design/Build as Collaboration: Hands-On Construction to Facilitate Communication and Dedication. 2014
  • Re-thinking Design Studio Pedagogy: Collaboration Between Architecture and the Allied Disciplines. 2014
  • Reflecting on Service-Learning in Architecture: Increasing the Academic Relevance of Public Interest Design Projects. 2014
  • Integrated Practice and Architecture Education: The Evolution of a Pedagogy. 2013
  • Inter-Actions: The Making of an Integrated Practice Studio. 2013
  • Teaching Building Technology Through Haptic Learning Techniques. 2013
  • Sustainability of Humanity through Material Sustainability: Teaching Beginning Design Students the Benefits of Using Modularity to Drive Desig. 2012
  • Inhabiting the Savannah Grid: Creating Urban Identity in the Suburbs. 2010
  • Assembling Community Through Design: The Adel Street Project. 2009
  • The Parking Garage Studio: Challenging the Language of Everyday Car Culture. 2009

Conference Proceeding

  • A Retrospective of Five Years of a Collaborative Student Design Competition. 2016
  • Teaching Collaborative Skills Through an Interdisciplinary Design Competition. 2015
  • Cross Disciplinary Design/Build: The Design of Collaborative Education. 2014
  • An Industry-Sponsored Competition to Explore Integrated Project Delivery in an Educational Setting. 2013
  • Integrated Practice and Architecture Education: The Evolution of a Pedagogy. 2013

Journal Article

Trade Journal/Magazine

  • Calling All Women: Finding the Forgotten Architect. AIArchitect This Week. 2009

Areas of Expertise

Her professional experience includes professional licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia and ten years working in various architecture firms in WashingtonD.C. During this timeshe worked on a variety of architectural project types such as residentialcorporate interiorsshopping centersgrocery storesspeculative office buildingsenvironmental/sustainable design and nonprofit architecture.