Caroline Towns, Associate AIA
Caroline earned her Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture, from North Carolina State University in 2016, and is pursuing her Master of Architecture from North Carolina State University, anticipated to be complete in 2020. Caroline is a part of the IPAL program, where she is working and studying simultaneously to receive her architectural registration immediately following graduation.
During her time at NCSU Caroline was a member of the NCSU Equestrian Dressage Club, Vice President of the American Institute of Architects - Students, a volunteer at CAM Raleigh and an architectural instructor for the NCSU Design Camp.
Caroline, as a Raleigh native, is excited to experience Columbia and the differences the city has to offer.
The Short(er) Story:
North Carolina State University: Master of Architecture, 2020 anticipated
North Carolina State University: Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture, 2016
American Institute of Architects: Student Member and Vice President, 2015
NCSU Design Camp: Architectural Instructor, 2017
ACE Mentors (Architectural Construction Engineering): Volunteer, 2017
NCSU Equestrian Dressage Club: Member, 2013-2015
CAM (Contemporary Art Museum) Raleigh: Volunteer, 2013