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Ethan Rogers

Ethan Rogers is a fourth-year architecture student. He completed an internship with Mojo Stumer Associates and a co-op with Solomon Cordwell Buenz, where he worked on projects for residential, academic and life science buildings. In 2022, he was awarded the Holocaust Legacy Foundation Gideon Klein Award for his research on the Secret Synagogue of Terezin. He presented his research in March 2023 as part of Holocaust and Genocide Awareness Week.

Rogers studied abroad for a semester in Segovia, Spain. He also served as the Vice President of events for the American Institute of Architecture Students, leading the organization’s first “Beaux Arts Ball” and drawing in over 250 students.




BS, Architecture

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