NAC|Architecture Adds Lauren Scranton as Education Thought Leader

by Scott Reid

Spokane, Wash. — Scranton will work to connect research and scholarship to practice.

NAC|Architecture has added Lauren Scranton as its Education Thought Leader. Scranton has a masters degree in Policy, Organization and Leadership Studies in Education from Stanford University, as well as a bachelors degree in Integral Liberal Arts from Saint Mary’s College of California. She brings with her five years of professional experience working in higher education, including most recently as communications/social media intern at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Scranton has also served as the assistant director of the UCLA Office of Parent and Family Programs, as well as interim assistant director for Saint Mary’s College of California Office of Campus Housing. In her role at NAC|Architecture, Scranton will work to connect research and scholarship to practice, effectively expanding the firm’s expertise in how architects and educators can work together to design innovative learning environments that enable personalized learning and support the social and emotional development of students.  

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