The Eighteenth Annual Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence 2016
Berkeley Prize 2016

Atianna Cordova Bio

Atianna J. Cordova is an undergraduate architecture senior at Louisiana State University. She will be graduating this May 2016 from the College of Art and Design’s Bachelor of Architecture program. A native of New Orleans, LA, Atianna is passionate about using design as a tool to assist marginalized groups, and those affected by natural disasters. She is recognized as LSU School of Architecture’s first student honored in the Ronald E. McNair Research Scholars Program with her research project entitled, Conceptualizing Informalities: Designers Learning from the Informal Community Developments of Homeless Individuals. With a focus on academic excellence, community involvement, and professional development, Atianna will be honored as an LSU Tiger Twelve recipient for the 2016 graduating class, which identifies twelve outstanding seniors who contribute positively to the life of the campus and surrounding community. Upon graduating, Atianna will continue to further her research and purpose to serve disadvantaged groups by working in a local urban planning firm and attending Tulane University’s Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy in New Orleans.

Additional Help and Information

Are you in need of assistance? Please email
Atianna Cordova , Louisiana State University A&M College , Baton Rouge United States
Copyright © 1998-2024 Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence
Privacy Policy Cookie Policy
For permission for any form of re-use of any of the contents, please contact
The BERKELEY PRIZE is endorsed by the Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley.