Aaron Schordock is an educator, researcher, and architectural practitioner. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture from Miami University and will be graduating with his Master of Architecture and Master of Urban Design next Fall through Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design at Cleveland Studios. His thesis work involves the research of and design for the urban environment's capacity to adapt and integrate climate refugees within the working fabric of a city.
Aaron has worked with a variety of firms and organizations in Cleveland redeveloping historical buildings, designing new libraries, refurbishing a shipping container into a mobile classroom as well as furthering biological material research. Besides working in the United States, Aaron has studied in Lebanon, Italy, and China.