M.Arch and M.S. in Architecture Candidate, 2019
B.S. Architecture Ball State University, 2016
Denise Blankenberger is a Track II Master of Architecture and concurrent Masters of Science in Architecture student at the University of Oregon in Eugene. Denise has been working with ESBL since January 2017, including research regarding annual daylight metrics and thermal comfort in mass-timber buildings.
Denise graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in architecture from Ball State University in 2016, to which she attests her strong technical and design-thinking background. She worked in the professional field of architecture for 2 years in Evansville, IN. A 2015 Udall Scholar and Cultural Vistas Fellow, Denise is passionate about sustainability and sees architectural research as the platform for making lasting, meaningful change in the built environment.