Anne holds an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in the Humanities, and a Master of Architecture degree from Syracuse University; a Bachelor of Arts degree in French Language and Literature and Studio Arts from Binghamton University; a certificate of French Language and Literature from the Institut Catholique, in Paris, and Green Associate accreditation from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Council.
Anne came to Rutgers in 2014 from Morrisville State College (State University of New York), where she was a full professor and earned the Distinguished Professor Award and the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. She was a visiting professor at the Syracuse University School of Architecture (Fall 2013). She has served as a visiting critic at Cornell, Syracuse, Buffalo and Colgate Universities.
Since arriving at Rutgers, Anne has been instrumental in forging dialogue and reinforcing the connections and collaboration between the university and community groups, artists and arts organizations in the development of Express Newark: A University Community Collaboratory in the former Hahne’s department store as well as the arts space in the historic American Insurance Building at 15 Washington Street.
Anne has taught architectural design, theory, history, drawing and CAD. She forged service-learning opportunities for students at local organizations including Habitat for Humanity and the Rescue Mission.
She presented at local, and national conferences on the architecture of utopia, and on technology in teaching. Her latest publication is “Situating Jerusalem: Poiesis And Techne In The American Urbanism Of Jemima Wilkinson And Thomas Jefferson” in Building the Kingdom: Architecture for Religious Communities, ed. Ayla Lepine and Kate Jordan, London, Pickering and Chatto Publishers (forthcoming).