Hal Rosner

About Me

Hal Rosner is a recent graduate of the University of Miami: School of Architecture Masters Program.  In addition to his studio and course work, he participated in many teaching assistantships, including working in the model shop for 3 semesters and being the graphical editor for a book. During summers, he was active in all of the Architecture School’s Summer High School Programs providing design assistance to prospective architectural college students.  His studio research and design work culminated in a final thesis that was a counter proposal to the town of Sag Harbor’s redevelopment of the abandoned Fayhs-Bulova watchcase factory.  The focus of this design was to adaptively reuse the building into a community art center that also provided housing for the elderly.

Prior to his experience at the University of Miami, Hal graduated from Skidmore College with a BS double majoring in business and computer science.  In addition to his studies, Hal was extremely active in extra-curricular activities and by his senior year was elected co-chairperson of integrity board.  Additionally, he participated as a MB107 business coach, where he mentored underclassmen business majors in a comprehensive company strategic analysis.

Throughout his career, Hal has always worked to improve the productivity of his employers, in a variety of industries and positions.  His ability to analyze everyday practices, respectively make recommendations, and then create solutions all tailored to streamlining these tasks, has allowed him to succeed at whatever company he was employed at.  This has allowed him to acquire a well-rounded skillset by working for a diverse group of employers.   Despite his busy schedule, Hal also finds time to freelance for local businesses in need of graphic design, form revisions, and computer repair.

In his free time Hal can be found at the local library teaching himself new computer programs, in his garage working on stained glass, or relaxing on a frisbee golf course.