Christina Bollo is an assistant professor in the Health and Wellbeing focus area. Professor Bollo’s research and teaching focus on the social, economic and environmental ramifications of housing design, and the manifestation of policy in the creation of the built environment. Her current research investigates social interactions in the shared spaces of Permanent Supportive Housing projects, commonly known as "Housing First." She teaches an active-learning course in "Global Health and Architecture" (ARCH 321). Her graduate-level design studios capitalize on her connections with non-profit housing developers and architects to give students exposure to the affordable housing industry. She is a licensed architect in Washington State and maintains a small practice focusing on low-rise, deep-green residential development. 



Ph.D., Architecture, University of Oregon
M.Arch, University of Oregon
B.A., University of North Carolina