Ann Pendleton-Jullian is director of the Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University, a position she has held since 2007. She is also a tenured associate professor of architecture at MIT. Prior to joining the MIT faculty in 1993, Ann was an assistant professor of architecture at Cornell University for five years. She is co-author, with John Seely Brown, of Design Unbound: A New Terrain (forthcoming 2012). Ann has designed buildings around the globe, including projects in Chile, Argentina, Finland, Canary Islands and Quebec. She has been involved in the campus planning and design of the Asian University for Women in Bangladesh, and in the master plan for the conversion of the North Truro Air Force Station in Cape Cod. In association with Atelier Jullian and Pendleton, she designed a home for the late astronomer Carl Sagan in Ithaca, NY. Ann serves on the board of directors of the Boston Society of Architects. She earned her Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University.