Alison Kwok, PhD, FAIA, CPHC is a professor of architecture and director of the NetZED Laboratory at the University of Oregon. Her research includes identifying adaptive and mitigation strategies for climate change, comfort/health in schools, net zero energy design, building performance case studies, and curriculum innovation. She is active in mentoring the next generation of students through research, design, and professional training. She is co-author of the Green Studio Handbook and Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, and Passive House Details: Solutions for High Performance Design. Kwok was principal investigator of the Agents of Change project, funded by the U.S. Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE). She was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2019 and also awarded Fellow, Women in Solar Energy Award, and Passive Pioneer Award by the American Solar Energy Society; and two times awardee by DesignIntelligence, America’s Most Admired Educators.
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