Grace Sheridan receives Method Studio Undergraduate Research Fellowship

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A Mississippi State junior is the latest selection for the Method Studio Undergraduate Research Fellowship.

Third-year architecture student Grace M. Sheridan of Olive Branch will receive $3,000 to conduct research for Method Studio, a Utah-based architectural design firm. Her research will be supervised by Jacob Gines, an associate professor of architecture who also is Method Studio’s research and design vice president.

“Applied research opportunities are critical to preparing 21st century architects. The school is lucky to have professional partners who understand the value of such experiences to both the academy and industry alike,” said Jassen Callender, the school’s interim director. “Method Studio’s support is a testament to the incredible work of our students, faculty and staff.”

Located in Salt Lake City, Method Studio specializes in creative solutions that allow collaborations between clients and professional designers. For more about the firm, visit www.method-studio.com.

A major unit of MSU’s College of Architecture, Art and Design, the School of Architecture offers the only curriculum in Mississippi leading to a professional degree in architecture.

MSU is Mississippi’s leading university, available online at www.msstate.edu