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Caitlin Baransky Getman

Senior Associate
Robert A.M. Stern Architects
New York, NY

Caitlin B. Getman, Senior Associate, joined Robert A.M. Stern Architects in 2014. Ms. Getman recently served as Project Architect and Manager for the new downtown campus of the University of Central Florida; and as Project Architect for the design of the South College Street Residence Hall and the master plan for the Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Center, both at the University of Delaware; and as Project Manager for the Love School of Business at Elon University. She has contributed to the design of the Arts District Master Plan at The Ohio State University; the 535-bed South Academy Street Residence Hall at the University of Delaware; the 1,135-bed Lancaster Avenue student residences at Villanova University; Hawks Hall for the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska; and the master plan for the Darden School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia. She is currently serving as Project Architect for both the Department of Theatre and School of Music buildings at The Ohio State University; and as Project Architect for the renovation and expansion of a theater for an independent school in the Northeast.

 Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Getman worked with Cooper Robertson and contributed to the construction documentation of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the design of a multi-building family compound in the Hamptons.

 Ms. Getman received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Notre Dame where she was the recipient of the Dr. Charles C. Price Memorial Fund for East-Central European Research, the Henry Adams Certificate, the Ferguson & Shamamian Architects Prize for excellence in classical and traditional design, and the Nellie Wynn Kervick Award for Design and Drawing. Her work has been published in Acroterion 2011-2012, Acroterion 2012-2013, and Acroterion 2013-2014. Ms. Getman is a registered architect in the State of New York.