Jody Miller Student M.Arch Candidate
Jody grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba where she attended the University of Manitoba for 4 years where she completed her Environmental Design Degree, specializing in Interior Design. After graduating with her degree she moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia where she continued to pursue her career in architecture at Dalhousie University, completing her second degree in Environmental Design this time specializing in Architecture. Jody is currently working at Measured Architecture as part of a work term program while attending Dalhousie University, where she is enrolled in the Master’s of Architecture program. Upon returning to Dalhousie in the fall, she will be completely her architectural thesis which focuses on refugee camps, and the temporariness of their installation.
While attending the University of Manitoba Jody was named on the Dean’s list of academics. During her final year of attendance, she was chosen to participate in the Dean’s Interdisciplinary Design Studio where she travelled to Berlin, Germany for 1 month to studio along side Architecture and Landscape Architecture students. The semester’s work produced a design for a module Live-Work-Sell garden community complex that was featured in the 2016 Warehouse Journal of student work. Upon attending Dalhousie University, she has received Honours in undergrad and masters.