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Aug. 23, 2016

Katherine Ambroziak, associate professor, has been named interim associate dean for Academics and Research. Ambroziak will work with the college’s administrative team to advance the college by assisting with strategic planning, communicating our curricular development, assisting with compliance and accreditation,…

Apr. 24, 2015

Four architecture professors from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, helped transform an old rural West Tennessee homestead into a modern family oasis that communicates its owners’ commitment to sustainable farming practices. For their work, they recently received a national housing…

Apr. 10, 2015

Associate Professor of Architecture Katherine Ambroziak has received the 2015 Excellence in Academic Outreach Award from the University of Tennessee at the annual Chancellor’s Honors Banquet. The award honors those who exemplify UT’s land-grant mission by using intellectual capital to benefit…

Dec. 02, 2014

Six proposals for the National Conference on the Beginning Design Student were reviewed by John Reynolds, Associate Professor of Architecture and Interior Design at Miami University of Ohio, and Steve Temple, Associate Professor of Architecture and Interior Design, at the…

Oct. 31, 2013

For almost five years, UT students and faculty have been working with city and county officials, the community, and members of the Knoxville Re-Animation Coalition to rehabilitate two historically and culturally important cemeteries in East Knoxville. At 6:00 p.m. Friday,…

Katherine Ambroziak
Associate Professor, Interim Assoc. Dean for Academic Affairs and Research

M. Arch Princeton, 1998
B.S. Arch University of Virginia, 1992 | 865.974.3270 | Room 440 | Download CV


Katherine Bambrick Ambroziak received her Masters of Architecture degree from Princeton University and her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia. Her research addresses holistic systems of environmental perception and geographic experience as influences on corporeal activity and memory. She focuses on contemporary and cultural reading of space, spatial theory related to sensory response and the body-precept, and specific themes associated with ritual theory, symbolic space, and interactive memorial design. A licensed architect in the State of Tennessee, she is active in community outreach as both an academic and civic pursuit. Since 2009, she has served as the primary designer and coordinator of the Odd Fellows Cemetery and Potters Field Rehabilitation Project, a conservation and rehabilitation outreach initiative that aims to educate and support the communities of East Knoxville through the design and future implementation of a sustainable memorial landscape.


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