Rick J. Fairhurst
Current Address: 4500 College Ave, Apt 2114A, College Park, MD 20740
Cell Phone: (240) 204-4453
Email Address: email@example.com
Website/Online Portfolio: www.rikysongsu.com
Mission Statement: To enrich the lives of disaster victims and communities in developing countries by providing sustainable off grid shelters.
Education: University of Maryland, Sustainable Modular Net-Zero Architecture
Skills: Autodesk Revit/CAD/Fusion360, Rhinoceros/Grasshopper, Adobe Photoshop/Premiere/Lightroom/After Effects, Unreal Engine 4, Microsoft Office 365 Suite Expert, Google Suite Expert, Audio Visual Systems, ARCKIT Physical Architectural Modeling, Drafting, Teaching, Photography, Cinematography, Steady-Cam Operation, Drone/Quad Pilot (70+ Flight Hours).
Working Towards: UAV Pilots License FAA Part 107, Living Future Accreditation, LEED Green Associate
Facilities Space Planner, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), United States National Institutes of Health (NIH), June 2019-Present
ARCKIT Product/Web Brand Development Consultant, ARCKIT, June 2019-Present
ARCKIT Workshop Volunteer, Rotman Design Challenge, University of Toronto, February 2019
Private Instructor for Sustainable Systems, Snowdrop Architecture, July 2018-Present
Research Assistant, Hu Studio, May 2018
Architectural Artist, Blocks to Bricks, May 2018
Founder/Chief Visionary Officer (CVO), Snowdrop Architecture, March 2018-Present
Volunteer Lecturer, Prince George's County Public Schools, January-May 2018
Microsoft Student Ambassador, Microsoft, September 2017-January 2019
Managing Director, Snowdrop Extension Services, December 2017-Present
ARCKIT Ambassador, ARCKIT, August 2017-Present
Guest Lecturer, Young Architects Workshop, U.S. Parks and Recreation Department, Summers 2017, 2018, 2019
Space and Design Architecture Intern, NHLBI, NIH, January 2017-2019
Volunteer, U.S. Department of Energy - Solar Decathlon 2017, September 2016-2017
Volunteer, Maryland Sustainability TaskForce, August 2016-2017
Architectural Designer and Cinematographer, KaTO Arch Design Studio, Summers 2016, 2017.
Google Tech, University of Maryland, January 2016-2018
Audio-Visual/IT Tech, University of Maryland, August 2015-2018
Drafting AID, University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Spring 2014
Volunteer, Maryland Sustainability Engineering (MDSE), September 2013-2017
Volunteer, Engineers Without Borders (EWB), September 2013-2016
Biomedical Research Summer Intern, NHLBI, NIH, Summers 2013, 2014, 2015
Biomedical Research Special Volunteer, NHLBI, NIH, August 2012-2016
Teachers Aid, Wootton High School Art Room, 2011-2013
Surgical Shadow and Case Report Writer, The Orthopedic Center, Summer 2011-2018
Volunteer, Second Chance Wildlife Center, April 2008-2013
Volunteer, Rockville Public Library, Summer 2007
Architectural Artist, Bricks to Blocks Museum by Lego Certified Professional Adam Tucker Reed
Finalist, 2018 Parking Solutions Competition: Garage of the Future, International Parking Institute (IPI)
2nd Place Award, International Solar Decathlon Competition 2017, Department of Energy
Finalist, 2017 Student Innovators and Visionaries, University of Maryland
Fairhurst RJ, Rozmaryn LM (2013). Serratia marcescens osteomyelitis in the hand of a non-debilitated, immunocompetent woman. Eur Orthop Traumatol. [Epub ahead of print. 2013 Jun 21].
Fairhurst RJ, Rozmaryn LM (2016). Gouty tenosynovitis of the distal biceps tendon insertion complicated by partial rupture: first case and review of the literature
"Project Revive: A modular panel-based system for generic, self-sufficient, cost effective, modular garages." Fairhurst RJ and Rhodes S. IPI Conference and Expo 2018, The International Parking Institute.
“Understanding Blebbistatin Inhibition of Non-muscle Myosin lla HMM.” Fairhurst RJ et al. Natcher Conference Center, National Institutes of Health. NIH Summer Research Program Poster Day 2015.
“Imaging Actin-myosin Interactions using Single Molecule Techniques.” Fairhurst RJ et al. Natcher Conference Center, National Institutes of Health. NIH Summer Research Program Poster Day 2014.
“Studying the Chemo-mechanical Properties of Myosin-5a with Single Molecule Methods.” Fairhurst RJ et al. Natcher Conference Center, National Institutes of Health. NIH Summer Research Program Poster Day 2013.
“Understanding Nature’s Nano-machines Through Single Molecule Techniques.” Fairhurst RJ et al. Johns Hopkins University Center for Biotechnology Education, 8th Annual Research Symposium May 2013 Selected Presenter.