Jesse McCormick, He/Him, is a Part-Time Instructor in the School of Architecture at Syracuse University, joining the faculty in fall 2021. McCormick will be teaching ARC 207, Architectural Design III.
He has previously taught architecture at Columbia University GSAPP, Barnard and Columbia Colleges in New York and led research workshops with Fundacion Cerezales Antonino y Cinia in Spain.
McCormick is a designer, researcher and educator based in New York City, where he is also a founding member of the research collective Abundance Workshop. His work focuses on the relationship between the production of architecture and conflicting narratives of value, with an emphasis on the structures that produce it. Through partnerships and individually his work and research has been recognized at The Istanbul Design Biennale, The MoMA Young Architects Program, and the Oslo Architecture Triennale, among others.
Subsequent research has been supported by The Fundacion Cerezales Antonino y CInia, Columbia University GSAPP, and The Tamer Center for Social Enterprise.
McCormick received a bachelor of Arts in Art History from The State University of New York, at Binghamton and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation where he was awarded a Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize for outstanding graduating student work, and The William Kinne Traveling Fellowship.