Amelia Thrall works towards closing the gap between architecture and building science as both an educator and a designer. She has helped facilitate workshops on building performance measurement and green thinking in Seoul, Chicago, Denver, and Bainbridge Island, Washington. As president of the University of Oregon's student chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers, she organized activities exploring the role of integrated design in fostering green innovation. A member of the Boston Society of Architects/Engineers Network, Amelia has contributed to the design and construction of diverse projects including a research laboratory. Recently, she designed and built an anidolic light shelf as an object of furniture. Before entering the field of architecture, Amelia worked on the production of educational television for children.