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Julia Mollner
Julia Mollner
Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Architecture

Shattuck Hall 235

Master of Architecture, Portland State University, 2015
Graduate Certficiate in Public Interest Design, Portland State University, 2015
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, 2012
Bachelor of Arts in Fine/Studio Arts, Washington State University, 2012

Julia Mollner is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at PSU's School of Architecture. She holds a Master of Architecture, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art and a Certificate in Public Interest Design. This fosters teaching, research and design of holistic, social experiences and attention to the human experience within public space. She has been actively involved in the local community including Cascadia Green Building Council, Habitat for Humanity (US & South Africa) and the Center for Public Interest Design (CPID). CPID projects include the SAGE Classroom, and design-build projects at the Montesinos Orphanage and the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. 
Julia is currently involved in AIA Portland Emerging Professionals, ForWARD (Women in Architecture and Related Disciplines) and AIA Portland Board of Directors 2017-2018. This work is focused on mentorship, building collective knowledge, diversity, and equity in the profession.  In 2014, she assisted in bringing together the Sustainable Structures Symposium focusing on environmentally conscious design of structural systems and material use. In 2015, Julia helped manage and organize the Portland Equity by Design symposium which brought awareness and activism to the social and gender roles in the profession. She earned the Alpha Rho Chi Leadership Service Merit and Henry Adams Certificate of Merit in 2015. She has been chosen as one of Portland's DJC 2016 "Women of Vision" honorees.