Jacqueline is a doctoral candidate in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University (SFU) as well as a graduate of the SFU Urban Design program. Jacqueline's practice involves experimenting with a wide array of methodologies borrowed from urban design, anthropology, and the building sciences. Her research and consultation have been instrumental in assisting facilities and informing planning by providing greater analysis as to how space is utilized. Jacqueline's work includes conducting post-occupancy evaluations, developing an ecological plan and sustainable design for a new university campus, and participating in design charrettes addressing urban revitalizations that integrate the campus with its surrounding community.
To encourage further dialogue and interest in learning environments, Jacqueline created DesignChalk (https://sites.google.com/site/designchalk/home). This website is dedicated to her collection of works on learning environment theory, literature, and research.
Jacqueline's professional experience spans 15 years working in post-secondary administrative, academic, and research capacities. Her diversity and interests provide a unique perspective on campus planning and how to foster environments that are conducive to pedagogy, innovation, and learning.