Celina Balderas Guzman
Coastal adaptation, resiliency, nature-based solutions, green infrastructure
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, MIT
Master of Science in Architecture Studies, Urbanism, MIT
Master of City Planning, MIT
“Prototypes for a New Hydrological Era” (2016- 2017). An architecture and landscape studio co-taught as adjunct faculty at the Boston Architectural College.
“Hydrology for Planners” (2018). Graduate student instructor at UC Berkeley, Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning.
National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center Graduate Student Research Fellow (2018- present)
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Internship Program Awardee (2020- 2021)
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (2017- 2022)
UC Berkeley Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship (2017- 2021)
Balderas Guzman et al. “Design Guidelines for Urban Stormwater Wetlands.” 2018.
Balderas Guzman et al. “Island Topographies to Improve Stormwater Detention Ponds and Treatment Wetlands.” Ecological Engineering 117 (July 2018): 182–93. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoleng.2018.02.020)