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Lin Whipkey

Ph.D. Student

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Bio

Lin Whipkey is a Ph.D. in Design student and a graduate teaching assistant at North Carolina State University. Her research interest is to investigate tiny home communities in North Carolina to provide an overview of tiny home communities that existed by studying the cases from North Carolina, offering an understanding and general information of different options in establishing, planning, and designing a tiny home community.

▸ Advisor: Jianxin Hu, Ph.D.

Education

Ph.D. in Design NC State University, 2021-present

Master of Architecture North Carolina State University 2021

Graduate Certificate in City Design North Carolina State University 2021

Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation University of Hawaii at Manoa 2017

Associate in Building Preservation and Restoration Belmont College 2010

Master of Education University of Hawaii at Manoa 2003

Bachelor of Medicine China Medical University 1985

Area(s) of Expertise

▪︎ Architecture
▪︎ City Design
▪︎ Historic Preservation
▪︎ Building Preservation & Restoration
▪︎ Case Study/Qualitative Research