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Montana State University

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Montana State University

1500 University Drive

Billings, Montana 59101

United States

Company Description

Montana State University (MSU) is a public university whose main campus is located in Bozeman, Montana, with three other institutions affiliated within the Montana State University System. Bozeman is the state's land-grant university and primary campus in ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Berkeley

Affiliations

Montana Committee
Humanities Speakers Bureau

Member
Vernacular Architecture Forum

Member, COMMITTEE
Berkeley Prize Competition

Member, COMMITTEE
BERKELEY PRIZE Endowment

Education

A.B.

Environmental Design

University of California , Berkeley

Ed.D.

Montana State University

Masters

Architecture

University of California , Berkeley

Web References (40 Total References)


Berkeley Prize Committee | Berkeley Prize Essay Competition

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Maire O'Neill

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Maire O'Neill
Maire O'Neill is Associate Professor at Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, where she has taught undergraduate and graduate level design since 1990. She has also taught at University of California, Berkeley. She is a practicing architect, licensed in California and Montana, and is on the Montana Board of Architects and Landscape Architects. Her teaching, research, and writing has focused on haptic experience in understanding space and place. She explores how we develop our understanding of natural elements of the landscape and forces of local climate, and the ways in which our built environment aids or inhibits in the development of this knowledge. O'Neill is a member of the Vernacular Architecture Forum, and in 2009 co-chaired the international VAF conference in Butte, Montana. She has served for six years on the Montana Committee for the Humanities Speakers Bureau, presenting her on-going research on the morphology of historic agricultural structures in the Rocky Mountain West, and the relationship of form to community knowledge and social influence.
Through exploratory foreign studies programs with her students in rural Asia (Thailand, Nepal, and India), Maire practices a cultural immersion learning experience, challenging students' powers of observation and integration of design knowledge. With her students she has developed design drawings for community service projects such as an international cultural learning center for His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Darjeeling, India (Manjushree Centre for Tibetan Culture), and a paleontology Museum in Ulaan Bataar, Mongolia (Institute for the Study of Mongolian Dinosaurs), and community design projects in Kathmandu, Nepal.


Essay Prize and Travel Fellowship Jurors: Past and Present | Berkeley Prize Essay Competition

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Maire O'Neill, Associate Professor, Montana State University; Member, BERKELEY PRIZE COMMITTEE.


Berkeley Prize Committee | Berkeley Prize Essay Competition

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Maire O'Neill

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Maire O'Neill
Maire O'Neill is Associate Professor at Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, where she has taught undergraduate and graduate level design since 1990. She has also taught at University of California, Berkeley. She is a practicing architect, licensed in California and Montana, and is on the Montana Board of Architects and Landscape Architects. Her teaching, research, and writing has focused on haptic experience in understanding space and place. She explores how we develop our understanding of natural elements of the landscape and forces of local climate, and the ways in which our built environment aids or inhibits in the development of this knowledge. O'Neill is a member of the Vernacular Architecture Forum, and in 2009 co-chaired the international VAF conference in Butte, Montana. She has served for six years on the Montana Committee for the Humanities Speakers Bureau, presenting her on-going research on the morphology of historic agricultural structures in the Rocky Mountain West, and the relationship of form to community knowledge and social influence.
Through exploratory foreign studies programs with her students in rural Asia (Thailand, Nepal, and India), Maire practices a cultural immersion learning experience, challenging students' powers of observation and integration of design knowledge. With her students she has developed design drawings for community service projects such as an international cultural learning center for His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Darjeeling, India (Manjushree Centre for Tibetan Culture), and a paleontology Museum in Ulaan Bataar, Mongolia (Institute for the Study of Mongolian Dinosaurs), and community design projects in Kathmandu, Nepal.


Berkeley Prize Committee | Berkeley Prize Essay Competition

www.berkeleyprize.org [cached]

Maire O'Neill

...
Maire O'Neill
Maire O'Neill is Associate Professor at Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, where she has taught undergraduate and graduate level design since 1990. She has also taught at University of California, Berkeley. She is a practicing architect, licensed in California and Montana, and is on the Montana Board of Architects and Landscape Architects. Her teaching, research, and writing has focused on haptic experience in understanding space and place. She explores how we develop our understanding of natural elements of the landscape and forces of local climate, and the ways in which our built environment aids or inhibits in the development of this knowledge. O'Neill is a member of the Vernacular Architecture Forum, and in 2009 co-chaired the international VAF conference in Butte, Montana. She has served for six years on the Montana Committee for the Humanities Speakers Bureau, presenting her on-going research on the morphology of historic agricultural structures in the Rocky Mountain West, and the relationship of form to community knowledge and social influence.
Through exploratory foreign studies programs with her students in rural Asia (Thailand, Nepal, and India), Maire practices a cultural immersion learning experience, challenging students' powers of observation and integration of design knowledge. With her students she has developed design drawings for community service projects such as an international cultural learning center for His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Darjeeling, India (Manjushree Centre for Tibetan Culture), and a paleontology Museum in Ulaan Bataar, Mongolia (Institute for the Study of Mongolian Dinosaurs), and community design projects in Kathmandu, Nepal.


Vernacular Architecture Forum - Past Committees

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Maire O'Neill, Montana State University

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