Jennifer Bonner of Studio Bonner and Georgia Tech focuses on design and research of resilient landscapes, civic infrastructure, and typological complexities. Bonner received a Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University and a Master of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where she was awarded the James Templeton Kelley Prize for the best final design project in 2009. Her undergraduate thesis project, the cedar pavilion, was designed and constructed at the Rural Studio for the citizens of Perry County, Alabama. She has received numerous awards including an AR Award for Emerging Architecture in 2005 and has exhibited at institutions and galleries in London, Washington DC, Austria, Barcelona, and Cincinnati. While a visiting Professor of Practice at Woodbury School of Architecture, Bonner led graduate level studios, digital fabrication courses, and advised ALI MSArch thesis work.