Heather Fischer
Lecturer of Architecture & Environmental Design
Heather.Fischer@ndsu.edu
Phone: 701-231-5147

Research and Interest:

Seven years of professional experience in architecture and landscape architecture design; teaching, practicing, and research interest in historical preservation; actively involved in the local community having worked closely with city officials, community leaders, neighborhood groups, and non-profit organizations through design processes in both architecture/landscape architecture.

Educational Credentials:

Masters, Historical Preservation, Boston Architectural College, 2014 Candidate B.Arch., North Dakota State University, 2005 (Minor in Interior Design, 2005) B.S. Environmental Design, North Dakota State University, 2004

Professional Experience:

Project Manager/Architectural Consultant, The Leonard Atelier Group, August 2007-present
Intern Architect, R.L. Engebretson, March 2006-August 2007
Intern Architect, DLR Group, June 2005-March 2006

Professional Memberships:

NCARB Record Completed Candidate
American Institute of Architects, Associate Member
American Institute of Architects, liaison for the state of North Dakota

Courses Taught:

UNVI 189 Skills for Academic Success
ENVD 130 Drawing for the Environmental Designer
ENVD 172 Environmental Design Fundamentals Course
ARCH 231 Architectural Drawing
ARCH 271 Architectural Design I
ARCH 789 Seminar- Portfolio Design
ARCH 789 Seminar-Italy Study Tour

Teaching Experience:

Adjunct Professor, North Dakota State University, 2006-2007
Lecturer, North Dakota State University, 2007-Present