Undergraduate Architecture Association

The Boston University Undergraduate Architecture Association works to support students in furthering their interest of architectural and design topics. UAA promotes an atmosphere of both conceptual discussion and hands on experience. It is a resource to students looking to converse about a unique subject as well as to those considering the professional practices of Architecture, Urban Design & Planning, and Preservation, among other fields. The Association sponsors professional panels, portfolio development workshops, site visits, lectures, graduate program visits, and more throughout the academic year. Events in recent years have included a visit to the Walter Gropius House, the MIT School of Architecture + Planning, and a panel featuring professionals from MASS Design Group and Pinkcomma Gallery. For more information or to join the mailing list, contact undergraduatearchitecture@gmail.com


Meet Your 2017-2018 Officers:

President: Zachary Torres 
Zachary Torres is the President and co-founder of the Undergraduate Architecture Association. He is currently a senior majoring in Architectural Studies with two minors in French and Visual Arts. He is also in the Kilachand Honors College and is working on his senior Keystone Project, which explores the typology of the American dormitory and proposes a new dormitory for Boston University. He is interested in travel, photography, and French cinema.

Vice President: Victoria Chaney
Victoria Chaney is the Vice President of the Undergraduate Architecture Association. She is a current Junior in the College of Arts & Sciences studying Architectural Studies with minors in Environmental Analysis & Policy and Visual Arts. She is an intern for the Office of Sustainability, a fan of Juan O’Gorman’s architecture, and in her spare time, you can find her in the Community Service Center.

Treasurer: Lubov McKone
Lubov McKone the Treasurer of the UAA. She is a junior studying Statistics and pursuing an independent concentration called Urban Analytics and Engagement. She is particularly interested in American infrastructural and urban history. In her free time she enjoys cooking, biking, drawing, and doing ballet. She currently works as a preservation planning intern in the Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development at the City of Somerville.

Eleanor Regean is the Communications and Events Chairperson of the UAA. She is currently a junior.