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Diana Ramirez-Jasso

Diana Ramirez-Jasso has dedicated her career to the creation and teaching of architecture and design. Ramirez-Jasso, who joined the staff of Boston Architectural College in 2010, became the provost of the college in 2017. Her areas of research and study particularly deal with the historical intersections of architectural design and the humanities, but at BAC she has taught a range of courses on research methodologies and on the history and theory of design. When Ramirez-Jasso joined the BAC staff, she was the director of Liberal Studies and was later promoted to dean of Graduate Studies and director of History and Theory of Design. In 2014, she became associate provost. She earned her doctorate from Harvard in 2012 and also holds two master’s degrees, one from Harvard and the other from MIT.

BAC Lecture on Design and Citizenship

My Moderators Sessions

Saturday, October 13
 

2:15pm