02.2021 Presented as part of the Bezalel School of Architecture open school sessions
01.2021 Lecture at Bezalel School of Architecture - The Anthropocene Studio
11.2020 Shortlisted for the
Seoul Biennale Of Architecture and Urbanism 2021- Crossroads, Building The Resilient City
01.2020 RISD IntAR Adjunct Faculty
04.2018 - Talk at the ULI Boston Resilience Committee meeting
02.2018 - Lecture at the BAC East Boston studio
08.2015 - Participated in DredgeFest Great Lakes symposium and adaptive devices workshop with Mark Smout (Smout Allen/Bartlett SoA, UK).
02.2015 - Graduate research assistant on the 'Working Neighborhoods' project at the CAU- MIT.
04.2014 - was a admitted to SMarchs graduate program at MIT
05.2013 - Participating in the Archiprix workshop in Moscow, Russia.
03.2013 - Final thesis project was exhibited at the University of Louisiana School of Architecture and Design, hosting the inaugural Unbuilt Visions exhibition featuring winning submissions and selected projects from the 2012 international architectural design competition.
07.2012 - Final thesis project selected for international Archiprix competition.
05.2012 - Final thesis projects wins Reiskin & Ben Asher first prizes for best graduation project.
Interview in one of Israel's leading newspaper on urban adaptation projects
Dalia Munenzon is an assistant professor of urban design in sustainable communities and Infrastructure at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design. With a background in urban systems design, environmental planning, and architecture, she works with local communities to create resilient cities and urban environments. Munenzon's current research explores the use of climate adaptation as a means for transformative actions in the urban realm, including the study of infrastructure systems, co-design of visions, and analysis of regulations and policies required for implementation. She aims to further the discourse on design as a multidisciplinary exchange between communities, cultural practices, regulatory complexity, economy, landscape, and the built environment. Munenzon holds a Master's in Architectural Studies from MIT and a Bachelor's in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. With over a decade of professional experience in architecture and urbanism, she has contributed to many high-profile, award-winning projects such as the Climate Ready Boston Downtown, East Boston, and Island End River Resilience study. Prior to joining the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design, she taught at the College of Architecture at Texas Tech University, the Rhode Island School of Design, and has been a guest juror for architecture programs at MIT, RISD, Harvard GSD, Syracuse, Cooper Union, UC Berkeley, RICE, and others.