Tim Harrison

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  • Job Title: Lecturer, School of Architecture
    School of Architecture
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Timothy A. Harrison first taught at Georgia Tech in 1997. Until 2006, he was senior project architect at Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects, where he practiced for 11 years, working on projects from Massachusetts to California. His architectural studies have included the Harvard Design School, where he was a Jacob Javits Scholar, and the Syracuse University program in Florence, Italy, where he traveled with a Benenson Prize from the Duke University Art History Department. At Duke, Tim majored in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Structures, where he won top honors, and he minored in Art History with a concentration in Architectural History.  Outside of his work at Tech, Tim is a sole practitioner, and he is active in the care of his two young children and the community.  He volunteers as Facilities Director for the HEALing Community Health Clinic at the City of Refuge, a non-profit focusing on delivering quality healthcare and recuperative care to the indigent and the homeless, and he is the graphic editor for his neighborhood newsletter.

Educational Background

1994 - Master of Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts
1989 - Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering (Concentration: Structures), Minor in Art History. (Concentration: Architectural History

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College of Design, School of Architecture

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