- B.S. Architectural Studies, University of Wisconsin, 1995
- M. Arch, University of Wisconsin, 1997
Honors & Awards
Ms. Stuth was one of only three architecture faculty awarded the ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching Award (2009-2010) for demonstrated teaching excellence in the formative years of her teaching career. She was also awarded the ACSA|AIA Housing Design Education Award (2008) for Tools of Engagement, a studio that examined the technical, social, regulatory and aesthetic issues associated with off-site fabrication of urban in-fill housing for post-war neighborhoods. The studio established a relationship with Clayton Homes – a leading producer of manufactured/modular homes – and a pedagogical model for industry, community, and academic partnership. Currently, Ms. Stuth and Professor Robert French are leading an interdisciplinary team of students in the design of a New Norris House, the outcome of which is the manufacture of a prototypical home for the New Deal Town of Norris – one of the nation’s first planned communities developed by the Tennessee Valley Authority. The New Norris House is funded in part by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a Winner of the P3: People, Prosperity, Planet Annual Student Design Competition (2009).