Becoming an adult because the boy of the builder in northern Wyoming, Steve Juroszek received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Montana Condition College almost 30 years ago. He labored through the eighties at W.C. Muchow and Partners in Colorado, Colorado—gaining experience on an array of commercial and institutional projects—before coming back towards the College of Washington. In the College of Washington he began research from the qualities and designs of rural conditions and received his Master of Architecture degree. After teaching as part-time lecturer for 3 years in the College of Washington, he came back to MSU and shows architectural graphics and style galleries. His studies have centered on the region of design communication—both digital and analog. He's an energetic person in the look Communication Association (DCA) getting offered as co-leader from the DCA in addition to co-chair of two DCA conferences. He was the co-recipient—with Jeffrey K. Oschner—of the Lionel Pries Prize for teaching in the College of Washington and also the MSU President’s Distinguished Teaching Award. He's worked with with Professor Emeritus Francis D.K. Ching on Design Drawing with Steven R Winkel and David S. Collins on a number of guides illustrating your building codes.
Montana State University - Graduate School Commencement ...
2012 BFA Thesis at the Montana State University School of Art
Portland State University - School of Architecture