Annual Student Journal, founded by Master of Urban Planning students at the Harvard Graduate School of Design
Gina Ciancone is a dual-degree Masters student in Architecture and Urban Planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Her work and research are rooted to ongoing investigations in city-building, transportation strategy, and design. She has international experience working in architecture, strategic consulting, photography, and product design for private clients, as well as national governments. Professionally, she has worked in the offices of Annie Leibovitz, AECOM Shanghai, and Howeler+Yoon Architecture. She has conducted funded research in Rome, Copenhagen, Brazil, and the Gulf States. Most recently, she was named the recipient of the Harvard University Fairbank Center for Taiwanese Studies Fellowship in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles. Gina holds a BA in Architecture from Columbia University and is a proud native of Houston, Texas.