Jessica J. Jellison, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP,
Instructor: Program Manager Graduate Certificate Program
Jessica is a registered architect in the State of Montana where she is the principal of a private practice in Bozeman. She graduated from Montana State University with a Master of Arts in Architecture in 2005 and a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design in 2004 receiving numerous honors and awards; most distinctly the AIA Henry Adams Medal and Certificate of Merit for earning the top GPA in her graduating class. Jessica continues to have an interest in academia, and considers the teaching and practicing of architecture to be symbiotic. She primarily teaches Architectural Design and Architectural Graphics.
Jessica is co-inventor of a prototypical building system and has been working with students to further its development. She is also a research associate for the Creative Research Lab exploring the integration of architecture, arts, and community into the K-12 school system in Montana. She hopes to facilitate integrating architectural knowledge into the community of Bozeman by helping to coordinate MSU Architecture exhibits at the Emerson Cultural Center where she is a committee member for [the art project], an interactive art space for the community.